There are few animal but it was suprizing. The view at the top is amaizing. The gallery at the top was great. Unbelievable.
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I absolutely loved the place. It's educational because they presented the evolution and different species of animal. Replicas of dinasours can also be found inside. You also get a chance of pony ride for free. Lots of ordinary and unusual animals can be found there....More
Well, It’s a property owned by Gov. Singson. Baluarte occupies 20 out of 120 or 130 hectares. We were a big group so we decided to take the private shuttle tour with a guide, which cost Php1000. It has 3 stations - well, for photoshoot....More
Baluarte is a great place to visit, especially if you have small children. There is a small but interesting selection of animals, and you can get as close as you want to the fence (close enough to touch them, if you're lucky). After passing the...More
Although we really didn't think highly of Chavit Singson, it was (admittedly) a treat to see him here in person. He was showing off his prized possession--his tiger--to some of his Japanese friends. We paid 500 Php (if i remember correctly) to have our picture...More
The Baluarte zoo houses a number of animals not native to the country (kangaroos, zebras, lions and South American deers, for example). The kids were impressed to see them. There's also a small museum that showcases taxidermies of animals hunted and shot by the owner....More
💚Since I am a fan of nature... green grasses, trees and the beautiful clouds in the sky.. I must say Baluarte ni Chavit suited my taste. I really appreciate the place, aside from free entrance it has a beautiful view. Lots of people having fun...More