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“Cant really see closely”

Tarsier Conservation Area
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Bohol Highlights Tour: Chocolate Hills, Tarsier Spotting and Loboc River Cruise
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“Cant really see closely”
Reviewed August 22, 2015 via mobile

There will be entrance fee but quite cheap. Unfortunately it was raining. Couldn't see much tasier..

Visited May 2015
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“In 20 minutes”
Reviewed August 20, 2015 via mobile

We just passed by for a couple of minutes along the way.. but we were entangled by the cuteness of those sleeping tarsiers on the trees.. took photos with their big eyes lookin straight towards you is a bit scary..haha.. good to recommend to check out by yourself.. and see great things from our country's endangered species.

Visited August 2015
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“Hurry go see the Tarsier!!”
Reviewed August 15, 2015 via mobile

It's worth going. Awesome experience, very inexpensive to see. Staff very informational and helpful to assist in going up the challenging steps( for elderly) I encouraged everyone, young and old to check out the Tarsier. Also drop by the fresh Buko vendor inside. The whole coconut was sooo good , the juice and coconut fruit were excellent. Only p 25.

Visited April 2015
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“I Only Found Sleeping Dogs...”
Reviewed August 12, 2015 via mobile

The concept is superb. People should really be more conscious of how man's activities impact the environment. Tarsier population has dwindled, hence we should all be one in preserving these creatures... But after paying P60 for the entrance fee, you will be left disappointed as you attempt to see the nocturnal animals who are not supposed to be active at all during the day. No wonder they get stressed! They could not even be identified from the foliage surrounding them if you use a conventional smartphone camera. Well, on your first trip to Bohol, visiting the tarsiers would be mandatory. On your next visit, head to the beach...

Visited August 2015
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“Breeding and Bigger grounds”
Reviewed August 12, 2015 via mobile

Its good that i paid a visit to this place for a 60php entrance fee. You get to see tarsier in a bigger and friendly space where they could gather their food at night time. We are told that there are hundreds of them inside the conservation area but we only saw six of them who sleeps in a twig or in the tree. When taking pictures there is a notice to not use flash and that silence means a lot for them. So as not to disturb their rest time. Visit Bohol and visit this smallest primates which can be found here at TarsierConservation Area, Brgy. Bonbon, Loboc, Bohil

Visited August 2015
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