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- Location is searchable using google maps. Entrance fee is reasonable that includes snacks for the animals e.g. geese, horses, goats, cows, turkeys and belly pigs. Other animals you would see right away before going to the flower gardens are peacock and ostrich. You can also try the very informative butterfly and bee farm for a separate fee (around P30 per pax). Place also got a cafe that serves brunch. Perfect for an early day tour. Variety of animals is limited though. The place looked liked, in my opinion, it is undergoing improvement or refurbishing. I encourage everyone to try this spot if you happen to drop by, this will help our local farm keepers to sustain rebound from the crisis brought by COVID.Written May 6, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We went here to see how the animals are doing. Some of them looks fine but some aren't. Hope a lot of people can visit more to help them. Not a lot of animals to see here. Lot of vacant spaces. To be honest I just felt bad after visiting. I feel bad for them. But I recommend that you still visit to help them.Written April 27, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- The place had a wide range of animals. Although, there must be a map to go around for the visitors would not be lost roaming around the huge area of the zoo.Written July 12, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- They’re not testing the animals well. Tiny enclosure for such a large magnificent elephant. If you stop going they might shut down and these animals can be given to a better zooWritten January 11, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Visiting Magaul Bird Park in Subic is a good experience for my son. He learned that to take care of animalas he should also take care of the forests where these animals live.Written August 28, 2018This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We visited Zoocobia and it wasn't even planned (hndi ako nainformed!) 😂 BUT I am glad hubby suprised and brought us here. 🤩
We went there around 11am and the weather was good. The cool breeze made it perfect to walk around 🌤️🙂
What to do:
Park your car outside and pay the entrance fee of P295 per adult. Children who are 3 feet and below can enter for FREE! 🥰
Someone will greet you at the entrance and will help you choose your activity package.
We chose the first package P180 for Sophia.
✅ Feed the animals (birds, monkey, bearcat, ostrich)
✅ Gravity ride (we love this! Nakakabitin!)
✅ Horse ride (Sophia insists on riding this and the camel too.. but I only allowed her to ride the horse for now 😄)
You can also choose other activities like camel ride, zip ride, garden maze etc. at a higher cost. (Wasn't able to take a photo of the list 😅)
What I love about the zoo:
✅ It's good for little ones, the place wasn't too big- just right for their attention span
✅ Kind and friendly staff
✅ You can see the animals clearly. Mas malapit ang cages but its safe.
✅ The feeding experience was wonderful! Even adults enjoy it too!
✅ The caretaker was sharing stories about the animals etc. ( Maybe because solo namin ung zoo that time kaya more time for chika haha)
✅ They have photographers that can take your photos. Then choose which ones you like after the tour and have it printed. Photos are quite expensive but please try to buy 1 for your remembrance and to help them na rin. ❤️
✅ There's a camel! I got to experience riding one in Dubai! Now, you can ride one here in the PH without flying to Dubai! 💯
IG: @sarahmaytanhuancoWritten February 28, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- This is a government-run establishment. It shows, and I don't mean that in a good way.
I entered via Quezon Avenue, although those with cars driving in many enter via North Avenue.
It is about 23 hectares, peaceful when one gets away from the noise of jeepneys and other vehicles on these major roads.
Admission was P100 for foreigners but only P30 for locals. Had I been older, as a senior citizen I would have been admitted for free.
While far better than the disgraceful Manila Zoo, the animals and birds at NAP&WC were displayed in highly variable settings.
On the plus side, the three South American macaws and the about ten African grey parrots had aviaries in which they could fly. The sole saltwater crocodile had a reasonably sized enclosure, albeit with brackish water as did the lonely looking Australian cassowary.
However the numerous Philippine cockatoos and some eagles and kites such as the Brahminy were in cages that were way too small. The cages were old and rustiing. I felt sorry for these birds that were unable to properly fly for any distance.
The lake was far nicer than India's Ooty Lake that was my most recent comparison. The Ninoy Aquino lake had some fish in it - many - and some water lilies that added to the vista.
I walked around the lake. The fishing village was deserted.
There are vendors selling a good range of snacks and drinks, and some seating, plus many trees including Australian eucalypts.
There was no visible rubbish - a plus - but many of the concrete paths could do with maintenance. The worst was in the 'recovery for wildlife' section where much of the concrete had broken up.
There is a relatively new function centre on site.
With better care and upkeep, plus bigger cages for birds, this could be a very good attraction. Unfortunately, no one in government probably cares (unless thay can palm off some of the admission fees themselves).Written January 11, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We arrived at the place mid afternoon, so we did not enter the actual zoo anymore. We just roamed around, and dropped by the museum. Since it was a Christmas break, there were really a lot of people. On the way to the zoo, there are a lot of stores that sell souvenirs and food.Written March 7, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- It's average. The animals are interesting. They have not a lot of them, and the zoo is very small. We were just excited to see the animalsWritten March 12, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Came here first thing in the morning, so no one else was around for the first hour or so. You're able to feed several of the animals, like the camel, who comes running if you make noise on his plate. Though please donate to help keep feeding animals, I know the orangutan will appreciate it. While the cages are a little small for some, I know they are trying their best. Nipa huts are available to sit and rest or eat lunch if you want. And the lygers are much bigger than I expected. As well as lygers there are tigers and lions though you may want to be careful of the tiger as he liked spraying anyone that got to close.Written July 5, 2020This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- We visit yesterday, jan 1st, 2022 nagulat ako kasi entrance fee is 300.00, posted online was 150 lang, wala naman choice kasi excited na ang mga bata.Written January 1, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
- Sad to note that animal cages were so small... maybe the admin should consider expanding them so the animals have ample spaceWritten August 10, 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of TripAdvisor LLC.
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