Zoobic Safari Day Trip & Tour

The drive to Zoobic Safari from Manila can take anywhere from 2.5 to 3 hours by private van or car, this time largely depends on the time of day you leave Manila, and the traffic situation. It is located at the Subic Bay Freeport Zone and is inside the Forest Adventure. The tour will take an approximately two and a half (2 1/2) hour to finish. The park opens from 8am to 4pm.

Zoobic Safari boasts an incredible twenty-five hectare compound which houses a vast diversity of exotic animals. It attracts tourists from different walks of life not only because of their exotic animals and natural surroundings but also the promise of a unique close encounter experience with animals that you usually can only see in the wild.

The Zoobic Safari is famous for their Tiger Safari and Savannah attraction that will make guest scream with fright and amazement. They offer a close encounter with tigers, wild boars, potbelly pigs and wild ostriches in a two-hectare enclosed area inside a customized vehicle. The thrill of having a tiger walk side-by-side the safari jeep, the guest can also feed tigers with chicken that can be purchased in the park and even some tigers will jump on top of the safari jeep. The experience is of course safe for families with little kids. Zoobic Safari also offers different attractions such as the "Serpentarium" which showcases different reptiles that ranges from the smallest to the largest.

Philippines Crocodile

There is also a place for those who are fascinated by how rodents live in the "Rodent World." The "Croco Loco" lets guests feed the crocodiles and walk just above the crocodiles in a steel grated walkway and observe them in a water-level glass inside the Crocodile Cafe. Another attraction is the "Aeta Trail and Show" that will introduce how the Aetas live and the performance of their ritual dance and their approach on survival. The park also opened the "Zoobic Cave" and "Forbidden Cave" which showcases stuffed and some real animals in their natural habitats. All these in the first and only tiger safari of the Philippines!

U.S. Naval Base

US Naval Base Subic Bay, Zambales

The U.S. Naval Base is located in Olongapo, Zambales. It was formerly a rest and recreation facility of the United States Navy. One of its main purposes was for major-ship repair and supply. After the Clark Air Base was closed it became United States Armed Forces' largest overseas military installation. The rejection of the senate to renew the 1947 US-Philippine Military Bases Agreement leads to the closure of it in 1992 that is when the government decided to transform it to be the Subic Bay Freeport Zone. 

Subic Bay Freeport Zone

The Subic Bay Freeport Zone it is also known simply as Subic Bay. It is located in the Central Luzon Region (Region III). The municipalities of Subic and Olongapo city in Zambales, and Hermosa, and Morong in Bataan surround this area. It is famous for being an Eco-friendly destination because of its attractions that promotes Eco-Tourism like Zoobic Safari, Ocean Adventure Experience, and Subic Tree Top Adventure. Subic Bay is also a famous destination because of the U.S. Army vibe that left its mark in the area.

Mount Pinatubo

Crater Lake Mount Pinatubo

The Mount Pinatubo is located in the tri-point of the provinces namely Zambales, Tarlac and Pampanga. On June 15, 1991, it produced a devastating eruption that caused not only the citizens in the area but also the neighboring cities to be affected by the ash. The lahar was one of the reasons why some of the residents near the volcano decided to leave their homes permanently. Years later it became a popular trekking destination because of its rocky terrain that for some mountaineers spells excitement. Due to the lava dome, a lake was formed and is now called Lake Pinatubo.

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