My Visit at the Garden of Eden Restored

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I  have been  to Davao a couple of times and I want to say that I have seen all that I want to see but I was proven wrong

Last April 25, in time with the celebration of International Children’s Day which was held at the KOJC Compound; I visited Davao again for the 3rd time.

I was not expecting anything much but just go around to the places which I have been before or stay and just relax at the pool of the hotel after the event at the KOJC.

It was during our lunch break that it was announce that we would be visiting the Garden of Eden and the Glory Mountain the next day.

As early as 9 am, we were fetch at Apoview Hotel and headed first at the Garden of Eden Restored

Rows of Millenial houses
The Restaurant
Vast Garden
Prayer Room is next to Pastor Quiboloy House


 Garden of Eden was once a rough landscape up in the highlands, the Prayer Mountain has been transformed into an 8-hectare garden of plants, waterways and flowers. Amazing landscape and restoration is spearheaded by Pastor Quiboloy, at the same time that he strives to make the mountain community benefit from surrounding developments. This was where he grew up, where he was called and chosen, and finally anointed. Tamayong is said to have an ambience best suited for spiritual retreats and recreations. Here the Pastor intercedes for prayer requests sent by members, televiewers and covenant partners from all over the world. Here, the President of the Philippines and other notable personalities have come up to visit him and pay respects.

Upon entering the area, you will be ushered to a café where in a video will be played regarding the rules and regulations that should be followed when you are inside the Garden of Eden. 

Visiting the Garden of Eden is by appointment only.

  • Thing to remember when visiting the Garden of Eden
  • Request should be done one week in advance
  • Garden of Eden is accessible by private cars only
  • Wear decent clothes ; no shorts, flip flops, sleeveless
  • Bring hat or umbrella
  • DSLR is not allowed
  • Take lot of photos and memories
  • Loud noises is prohibited since the area is also for praying
  • Fee: 250 per head
  • There is a café and restaurant inside the area

The place was truly amazing, not mention instagrammable.Who would have thought that there is a place like this at the almost foot of the mountain of Mt. Apo

So next time that you visit Davao, make sure to drop by at Garden of Eden, not only to take photos but to pray as well. It is a place for your if you are looking for a Peace of mind and spirit


For more details

Address: KJC Comp., Phil-Japan Friendship Highway, Davao City, Philippines

Landline No.: (082) 2342866

Mobile No. : +63 916 557 3333



 Next Destination : Glory Mountain

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2 thoughts on “My Visit at the Garden of Eden Restored

    Sulit ang bayad …grabe tinitignan koung mga pics feeling ko naamoy ko ung simly ng hangin

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