Jungle Adventure at Zoobic Safari

ZOOBIC SAFARI

Zoobic Safari is one attraction you will find at Subic Bay Freeport’s Forest Adventure Park. Embracing a 25 hectare land – local and foreign guests can expect an astonishing sight of diverse exotic animals roaming and frolicking in their natural habitat. It features a wide range of habitats present in the forest due to the terrain, presence of streams and fringing grasslands. These represent the major habitats for varied exotic animals featured in Zoobic Safari Forest Adventure Park.

Zoobic Safari has the following attractions to look forward namely:

The Zoobic Park – a Petting Zoo area in a walk through tropical jungle like were you can have a live interaction with deers, ostrich, albino carabao, bear, monkey, eagle, miniature horse, ducks and a lot more.

Savannah – A sanctuary of exotic and farm animals that features a wide range of ostriches, potbellies, wild boars and guinea fowls. See the ostriches run alongside your car. You may even get a peck from them!

Serpentarium – A close view of snakes, lizards, iguanas, turtles and a lot more cold blooded animals.

Rodent World – An amazing collection of rodents. Be pleasantly shocked in Mice Surprise and watch guinea pigs being groomed in the Rodent Salon.

Mingle with the Natives – Witness Igorots perform their tribal dance.

Croco Loco – You will have the chance to feed our crocodiles. Just dangle a chicken on a fishing pole and see them jump high! Quarter chicken available for sale at P50 each.

Menagerie (Animal Museum) – A rare collection of real stuffed animals and skeletons that are both interesting and educational. An educational trip made exciting.

Adventure Rides – Ride on camels, horses, carabaos and alpacas – a unique experience only in Zoobic.

Close Encounter – An exciting close encounter (2 ft away) with Siberian and Bengala tigers. Be a witness to their huge appetite.

Tiger Safari Ride – A once in a lifetime adventure! Ride in a safari jeep where you will enter an enclosed area with live tigers roaming and frolicking in their natural habitat. Be thrilled with their vibrating growl!

And yes, a certificate to end the day! *rawr!

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  2. hi..just want to clarify that the natives of Subic are NOT IGOROTS..not sure of the correct tribe name but the Igorot is an ethnic group in the Cordilleras..other than that your blog was very informative..keep up

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