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D' Bone Collector Museum

243 Reviews

D' Bone Collector Museum

243 Reviews
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Davao Wildlife Tour
US$73.00 per adult
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San Pedro, Bucana Barangay 76-A, Davao City, Mindanao Philippines
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Visayas 4 Islands: Cebu, Bohol, Panglao and Balicasag
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Visayas 4 Islands: Cebu, Bohol, Panglao and Balicasag

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On this 10-day tour visiting 5 islands of the Visayas region, you can enjoy seeing the most significant of the island of Cebu, sites such as the Minor Basilica of the Holy Child, The Fort of San Pedro, Museums with historical relics, etc. ..<br>On the island of Bohol, you will see the Tarsier, considered the smallest monkey in the world, you will visit a greenhouse with a large variety of butterflies, you can observe the famous Chocolate Hills from the top of a mountain, and you will feel an explorer cruising with Buffet included by the Loboc River.<br>On the island of Panglao you will rest on the paradisiacal beaches of Alona beach, White beach or Dumaluan beach.<br>And visit and swim in the crystal clear waters of the Hinagdanan cave.
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Bill M New Zealand wrote a review Apr 2020
Palmerston North, New Zealand4 contributions
Very interesting The building is air conditioned and very well presented The staff were excellent and prepared to walk the extra mile Well worth a visit
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Date of experience: August 2019
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David H wrote a review Mar 2020
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It was okay, but as others have noted, it's a bit pricey @ 200 pesos per head (no offense to the owner intended).
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Brian B wrote a review Feb 2020
Batemans Bay, Australia66 contributions34 helpful votes
Read about this museum and wanted to visit on previous trips to Davao City but didn’t find the time. It is well worth the time to visit with quite a lot of displays of skeletons of animals and sea creatures. Displays are well laid out with good descriptions and some history of the animals. One in particular was of the drunken whale. Apparently it died from ingesting the cap from a whiskey bottle. We had a taxi drop us off so no problems with finding the place. If driving your self it could be a bit hard to find as it is up some narrow streets. Definitely well worth visiting.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Richard P wrote a review Feb 2020
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Yes I took a tour but at any museum in the states you will have better time. It is located close to china town but to get there drop off and let a trike take you . The road is narrow and full of people. As to the bones again not worth the time. I seen better but it was interesting to see Loolu she is a real skeleton and it amazes me of how the people treat the bones of other people. She was buried in a cemetery and after five years they dig her up and put her in a ditch. Sad but according to the what we were told that was what they do.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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MargR70 wrote a review Dec 2019
Manila, Philippines8 contributions3 helpful votes
We visited this museum twice this year (November and December). The experience was unforgettable especially in knowing that this museum is one of only 4 of such kind in the world. It was awesome seeing the collection of bones of fish and animals, especially in knowing the stories behind the death of such animals. Made us realize that indeed, people have to take care of Mother Earth. The staff who guided us through the visit were well-versed and friendly. More power to the owner!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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