Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Zoobic Safari


Took a break from our Harbor Point food crawl to explore Zoobic Safari!



After we've filled up our tummies at Gangnam Premium Buffet and Sweet Finale at Harbor Point, we rode the van and headed to our next stop - Zoobic Safari!
Zoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari was easily my favorite stop for our Subic adventure. I loved walking around the park and taking photos of the animals. They even have a souvenir shop where you can purchase shirts and stuffed animals to bring home. The tigers and dogs were the cutest!
Zoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari
We saw birds, otters, deer and donkeys at the park. I felt like I was back in school learning about the different animals from our tour guide Jaywel. He was the best!
Zoobic Safari
Zoobic SafariZoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari
I thought the animals look like they were well cared for. From my past zoo visits in Manila, the animals looked malnourished and smelled really bad, but at Zoobic Safari, I felt like they were loved.
Zoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari
I especially saw that through Kuya Jaywel's interactions with the tigers. While everyone in our group would run out of fear of being peed on, he would call the tigers to come close so he can touch them through the railings.
Zoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari
We also got a chance to take photos with a tiger - it was the most exciting thing ever! I hope they didn't have to drug the tigers for it though.

Here are the rates for photos with the tiger:
Php240 - two persons
Php390 - three to four persons
Php540 - maximum of six persons

We obviously went over six there, oops.
Zoobic Safari
After the photo op, we headed to the Tiger Safari where we got even more close and personal with the felines.

While you can line up to get a ride to Tiger Safari, you can also bring your vehicle to save some precious time (and get ahead of everyone heh).
Zoobic Safari
P.S. the Tiger Safari is inclusive of your entrance fee. All you really have to do is line up and be patient as the wait can take long.
Zoobic Safari
We rode this jeep inside the tiger safari where there were six tigers pretty much out in the open (no cages, folks!)
Zoobic Safari
The kuya who rode with us fed the tigers raw chicken (this is optional / with additional charge) which I was able to take a video of:

I tried my best to be in the moment and take in the entire experience so, unfortunately, I don't have that many photos to share with you. But there's really lots more to see at Zoobic Safari - like the Savannah where we saw wild boars, potbelly pigs, and guinea fowls freely roaming around; the Forbidden Cave which is a thrilling forest adventure with live and stuffed animals; and Serpentarium where reptiles small and large are located.

Due to our time constraints, we missed a couple of attractions like the Croco Loco, Sky Safari (zipline), and Aeta Trail & Show. Overall, Zoobic Safari has 11 attractions, each one unique so try to pay them all a visit if you can!
Zoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari is open daily from 8am to 4pm (last admission of guests).
Animal shows and parade happen every Saturday, Sunday, and holidays at 10:30am, 1:30pm, and 3pm. Park rates: Php695 for adults and Php595 for kids. For more info, please visit zoobic.com.ph
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