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Tarsier Conservation Area

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Address: Loay Interior Rd, Loboc 6316, Philippines
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Nice for pictures and one time trip

Simple conservation place with a few tarsiers. That's it. Nice for a short stopover. Nice to see what nature has to offer.

Reviewed 2 days ago
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

Simple conservation place with a few tarsiers. That's it. Nice for a short stopover. Nice to see what nature has to offer.

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London, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 days ago NEW

It was fun to see the small tersiers on our way to chocolate hills.They are very private animals and are active only at night. During the day are supposed to rest/ sleep, so it is not allowed to touch them and make noises. They feed on worms, insects and once were a free animals, now sadly endangered.

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Australia
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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

A very interesting attraction. It is educational and informative. The staff are very friendly. It is very cheap to visit. Umbrellas are provided if it is raining.

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Thank Richard_VanBob
Melbourne, Australia
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Reviewed 6 days ago NEW

We stopped here on the way back from chocolate hills. There was a small admission charge, I can't remember how much. The tarsiers are inside a large natural enclosure. We had a guide show us around and point out the location of the animals. Without him we would not have seen them, they are so small. We saw about 10... More 

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Thank VincentVega34
Cebu City, Philippines
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

They are so cute and adorable. They are clingy and just still as a statue as if they know you are taking their picture. At Php 60.00 it is worth the visit. It might be a short walking show and you might probably see below 10 tarsiers but a lot of tourist from all over the world came to see... More 

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Barnstaple, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Tarsiers are so cute! It doesn't take long to get round at all but worth visiting if you're nearby.

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Thank Elsbeth92
Switzerland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I got to see this as part of the package tour. It is something to see these creatures in their semi-natural habitat. It is also good to see the locals having some kind of jobs as conservatory guides.

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Thank George E
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Nice place to visit and learn some stories on the Tarsiers. Very cute animals that I was surprised no one tried to take one home. Great place to take children.

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Thank edward r
Hong Kong, China
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I stopped by the Tarsier Conservation area with a couple of friends, on our way to the Chocolate Hills. The parc is very small, there are many tourists. The Tarsiers are so small , there are locals pointing them out inside the parc. The entrance fee is cheap, and let's say we were happy to pay in order to preserve... More 

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Worth a visit but there are steep slope and steps. Along the route, you have guides that will point you.

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