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Tarsier Conservation Area

#2 of 8 things to do in Loboc Features Animals
Loay Interior Rd, Loboc 6316, Philippines
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Loay Interior Rd, Loboc 6316, Philippines
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Hats off to these people for raising awareness about the Tarsier though this project and letting the public come in and bother these poor tiny creatures. Personally, I think they should charge MORE money to help with their effort. Worth the effort and don't rush....More

Thank stonewithnomoss
Reviewed 4 days ago

Of the two locations to view tarsiers this was our second choice, but the only one open after 4 PM. Saw 6-8 of these wonderful creatures, but they seemed strangely placed and posed. Signs abound asking for silence, signs rarely followed by many laughing, pushing...More

Thank JMD1951
Reviewed 5 days ago

This place is unique. Staff is friendly. short trip from the port. In between trip with the package tour you can get from the local transpo company. You get to see the world famous tarsier monkey. i know very little about this monkey. Only thing...More

Thank gedgallego
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

For a very nominal fee, you can walk through a small natural conservatory to see several Tarsiers resting in the trees only a few feet away. They are very little and typically sleeping, but sometimes they wake up and you can even them peering at...More

Thank Steve O
Reviewed 6 days ago

You will be surprised how special these tiny creatures are. Its a short walk & there are volunteers who will help you locate the Tarsier. Outside the conservation area, you will find coconut water which is huge, tasty & very cheap. Do try it.

Thank travelgurumate
Reviewed 1 week ago

It's a quick visit to see a handful of tarsiers in a semi-natural environment. But hordes of people flocking to see these fragile nocturnal animals taking their much-needed rest during the day makes you think if tourist stops like this are beneficial for wildlife. This...More

Thank LawrenceSanDiego
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Just about 8 small primates at this site. Cost is only about $1usd. Walking thru the park takes less than 20 minutes. Primates are asleep during the day so you see little fuzballs in the trees not moving. I did not find it very worthwhile....More

Thank Mike I
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Never seen one of these critters before coming here. They are beautiful. I'm a little unsure at how ecologically sound this place is. The Tarsiers on show aren't caged but they are clearly placed carefully on branches in clear view of the tourists. I can...More

Thank HungryGeckos
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I knew that it would be a Touristic attraction but this was just sad The little monkeys are tiny!! And when we arrived in the Forest a woman was standing next to each of them ponting at them and then pusing us (verbaly of cause)...More

Thank zoradio
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Never seen anything like it, and appreciated the opportunity to be up close and observe. Staff was careful about visitors not using camera flash, and the groups of people there were quiet and respectful at the time of my visit. I wish there were a...More

Thank John T
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MC B
How many people are there in a group when watching tarsier? I believe they go by a group. Thanks!
April 5, 2017|
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Response from allpals | Reviewed this property |
There were 6 in our group
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Vincent K
what time are they open and closed?
March 14, 2017|
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Response from katerdeguzman | Reviewed this property |
Hello Vincent, not really sure about the opening hours. But we went there before 4 pm. :)
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Lyza_Ly
How much is the entrance fee?
March 21, 2016|
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Response from donnabellelee |
It is just P50.00/person to enter the conservation area. So worth it to see the adorable tarsiers! 😊😊😊
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