When Alex Dizon had us sign up for a whole day event in Zoobic Safari, I knew I just had to grab hold of the opportunity for a learning experience for the little guy. Since our son has been blogging for sometime now, he also gets to sign up. 🙂 Nevermind if we had to wake up earlier than usual. It was something all of us (and not just our 5 year old tot) looked forward to.
The event coincided with the launch of Zoobic Safari’s newest attractions: The Zoobic Cave and The Forbidden Cave. The Zoobic Cave is a taxidermy museum. Real stuffed animals are showcased in this cave that mimics the natural habitat of exotic animals, complete with waterfalls and a pond. The Forbidden Cave took us through a forest with two waterfalls, a shaking hanging bridge and real aetas spitting fire.
A tree planting ceremony led by Mr. Laurel Yupangco, with some representatives of Boy Scouts of the Philippines was held towards the One Big Green Park vision of the Yupangco Group for the Philippines.
Zoobic Safari has ten unique attractions: Tiger Safari, Close Encounter, Savannah, Aetas’ Trail, Croco Loco, Rodent World, Hip Hop Bay-a-walk, Serpentarium, Zoobic Park and Muzooeum. Here are some of the photos I took from our Zoobic Safari Adventure.
Close Encounter Photos
Zoombic Photo is a once in a lifetime opportunity to get pictures taken with live tigers, bear cat, iguanas and python with personalized photo frame in affordable prices. Here was a photo op with Icy, a Syberian tiger. I thought I wasn’t gonna make it. But I just went right on even as I saw my little guy unafraid. 🙂
We were also able to witness the amazing animal show that Zoobic Safari stages during weekends and holidays. The show features farm and exotic animals with colorful costumes riding in beautifully decorated floats. They even have flying pigeons and guinea fowls, to name a few.
Zoobic Safari is open daily from 8AM to 4PM including holidays and weekends. Located at Group 1 Ilanin Forest, Forest Adventure, Subic Bay Freeport.
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