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Conditions of the animals in this wildlife is terrible. There are monkeys strapped on ropes so close to the cage that they could not jump and could only do limited positions. Their animals look thin and their enclosed habitat look and smell terrible. I don't...More
That’s not what you call a “wildlife park”, that’s a prison! It’s cruel! 😠 You can see that those animals are in distress!! 😓 I believe in preserving and protecting wildlife, so that they don’t go extinct, but in a proper way. The park is...More
Please make it stop. The cages are way too small, animals are hurting themselves, because they are under massive phychologic stress. It is horrible to see and should not be shown to kids. This is not a good place for education, especially not if you...More
It's a big place, you pay before you park your car. Food is allowed and they have plenty of place where you can squat and eat, have a picnic or look for a cozy sitting area up the park but it is too high for...More
A nice little zoo for this city of 200,000. You can get up close for great views. Strong on an interesting collection of birds. Getting close to the tiger cage was a bit frightening without the extra barriers we have in the US. He tried...More
We went there last May 2017 with an entrace fee of P50 you could enjoy the park and the amenities that it offers.
The park has a lagoon where you could go boating, a zoo where you could see some birds and other animals, a...More
The park has improved from it's previous dilapidated state however, I can't believe the government spent billions on the renovation. They added a bit more attraction such as the moving dinosaur statues and some nice new buildings. The facade changed too. But Billions of pesos...More