Visiting the Cebu Safari & Adventure Park is a feast for the senses. If you brought your kids or younger siblings with you, you can talk to them about the animals they see at the park. You should also take a lot of pictures, especially when you encounter the more exotic species of animals rarely, if not never, found in our country.
Among the more magnificent animals currently found at the park are the hyenas, zebras, cheetahs, and tigers, to name a few. Michel’s Garden is also a sight to see, with its colorful orchids that are always tantalizing to the eyes.
While you are not allowed to bring food and drinks, your ticket already gives you one set meal. The park also has restaurants in some of its major stops so you can sit down to rest while eating lunch.
Unique info: The San Diego Zoo was the inspiration of Michel J. Lhullier in building the Cebu Safari & Adventure Park.
Entrance fee: PhP800 for adults; PhP400 for children with a height of two to three feet; free for children under two feet in height
Discounts are offered to senior citizens and persons with disabilities (PWDs). The fee includes one set meal.
How to get to the Cebu Safari & Adventure Park: You can get on a bus headed for the northern town of Carmen. You can get off at the Carmen Public Market and ride a motorcycle for hire going to the park, which is an eight-kilometer uphill ride.