Mount Luho is a great place to get a sense of exactly how small and compact Boracay is.
This attraction offers great views from the summit but the views of caged and poorly looked after animals is distressing for most people.
I would personally recommend those who run or oversee this attraction to give serious consideration to the state of the animals and the impact that it has on visitors.
Tiny, baby monkeys should not be caged up alone in a small cage; research shows that they will develop severe traumatic and psychological disorders. Whilst the average person may think 'so what, it's only a monkey', the reality is that if that same monkey is kept in that state into adolescents and adulthood the organisers will have big problems with a very aggressive and disturbed animal.
During my visit one of the snakes, sharing a pen with another was actually dead and the birds, in other cages, were plucking out their feathers in distress.
The cages in general are too small, rusty and filthy.
This really isn't something that Boracay should want visitors to be seeing at such a beautiful vista and I hope that it is addressed soon
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