Monday, February 1, 2010
Zoobic Safari is a unique kind of nature park located deep in the so-called Ilanin Forest within the the Subic Freeport. Aside from the different animals (lots of them really), there is also an Aeta Trail where some Aetas would showcase their way of life particularly their arts and dances. There is also an animal museum but the main attraction of the zoo is its collection of tigers. In fact, the park is also known as Zoobic Tiger Safari.
The zoo is truly different from those in Metro Manila. Aside from the jungle setting with tall trees all around, visitors are allowed to interact with the animals like touching or feeding them.
For those who can not make it to the zoo, here are some photos of my visit to Zoobic Safari.
Visitors can also observe at close range how tigers are fed with chicken.
Sa wakas nakakita na ako ng buhay na camel kahit hindi pa ako nakatuntung sa Gitnang Silangan.
Birds of colorful feathers flock together here.
Eeeek...give me my milk, says the little goat.
Crocodiles galore at the croco-loco section.
Inside the museum...
The aborigines of the Philippines are good care takers of nature. May we learn from them.
Hapon na, its time to go home.