There is nothing that compares to watching a full grown Siberian tiger devour a chicken just inches from your eyes... or having a giant feline lie across your lap as you feed it from a large baby bottle. The tigers are the main attraction and nearly make you forget the shortcomings of the park. Be sure to have your camera ready as these untamed beasts of the jungle attack your cage, an orange jeepney. Feel their piercing stares and breathe in the same air these ferocious animal do. Take home a thrill you will long remember.
Another highlight is the crocodile pit. Look down through the steel grated walkway at snapping monsters only feet away as they await a meal. Let someone else buy the meal, a chicken and do your own snapping of pictures as the crocs leap high in the air in order to snatch the food from a fishing line.
There are few other pleasant surprises such as the tiny and colorful birds who will eat seeds out of your hands and a large camel that comes over to you if it feels so inclined.
As Zoobic Safari ages, the place loses some of its luster. What was once a second rate zoo has now deteriorated into a series of empty exhibits and it suffers from a lack of upkeep. In fairness, we visited a month or so after a typhoon did serious damage to the forest.
Get there in a Winstar van for 400 pesos a carload. We asked for a discount and paid only 350 that day. Adults pay 495 per person to get into the park. 50 pesos per person extra for the tram to see the tigers.
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