Entrance to the park is 30 Pesos (that's about 75 cents US) so for that price there is nothing to complain about. There is a small animal sanctuary (zoo) with monkey, birds (Sea eagle was unique), snakes and tree-dwelling animals. For 50p ($1.25) you can enter the pool for the day. Unfortunately the pool was closed on the day of our visit and there were no tribal dances due to wedding preparations. The climb to the pool and animals is steep and not for the elderly or those with mobility challenges. The grounds are well-kept and the flora beautiful. There were a few souvenir stands with some unique items (boar tusks, carved dear skulls & monkey skulls), bead-work and nice woven bags (the native bags really make nice gifts). Maybe a little over-priced but to be expected at such a venue. The cafe is nice with a great view. The food prices are reasonable and tasty. I would caution that despite the names on the menu the food is "Filipino." I order a "club sandwich" and was disappointed- it was not what I expected. My wife however ordered squid adobo (which is a local food style) and it was fantastic- so just stick to the local cuisine and you'll be fine.