Get in
 By plane
Panabo does not have it's own public airport. The only way is to access Davao International Airport in Davao City and then travel by taxi or by short distance bus and it only take more than 30-40 minutes trip. Davao Airport is about 21 Km away from Panabo.
 By boat
Panabo has its own wharf for docking sea vessel but it do not have a passenger terminal. Sasa Pier Passenger Terminal in Davao City is the only access from major cities in the country. Sasa Pier is about 23 Km away from Panabo and only takes 45 minutes of travel.
 By land
Panabo is a travel access hub of many types vehicles throughout the south-east of the country. Travelers from Cagayan de Oro, Butuan, Surigao, Agusan Province, Mati, Compostella Province, and even travelers from Manila, South Luzon, and Visayas.
 Get around
Panabo is a simple place. The simplest way to get around the downtown area by tricycle. It only cost 9 pesos per passenger. If you want to go in farm areas outside downtown area, hop on jeepneys, multicabs, and a habal-habal (a modified motorcycle with extended seat to occupy more passengers).
The local dialect in the city is Bisaya. If you are a tourist the people in the city can understand and speak Tagalog and English.
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The city is well known as mass producer of bananas and pomelos in the country. See the wide banana plantations just outside the downtown area.
Discover the Araw ng Panabo Festival which is held every March 31st. The celebration contains colorful parade and many other events.
Witness the Ati-atihan Festival of Sto. Niño Church.
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The city have many resto bar's but the most famous one is the Ultra Bowl that is located along the main highway.
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Panabo has several accommodations ideal for gatherings, be it business meetings, grand wedding receptions, conferences, seminars, and other functions.
Noble Inn, Brgy. Salvacion. (084) 822-6400
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