We love crocodiles an love the fact that this facility cares for them with their breeding program an releases them back into the wild when old enough an healthy, its great to see
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This is the home and safe haven of the crocodiles of Palawan. A conservation center in the heart of the city where you can find baby crocodiles in the bath tubs. fingerlings or hatchlings. Take care of your childrens with you. They might fall in...More
Interesting place especially for students. Crocodiles is the main attraction of this place. There someone who will guide you from entrance and will tell all about crocodiles. Souvenir shops also available and is cheaper compared to shops found in Robinsons place...
The first stop of our city tour was this crocodile farm. The personnel in the area gave us time to have photos taken with a large skeleton of a crocodile plus the skin which was mounted on the wall. It was so organized that one...More
Short tour but very educational learning about crocodiles. These animals are taken cared of and protected. Different kinds and different sizes. Also had souvenir shops.
There weren't only crocodiles, but also a few other beautiful animals to see. Most people didn't even spend time to watch them. Some of the very small cages bothered me. They could ask a small fee for posing with the crocs, so less people will...More
It's called wildlife rescue and conservation center, but there is no rescue going on there and only already dead animals are being conserved. Those still alive are kept in concrete pools and brokendown cages and enclosures. The paths are ruined and overgrown. The place needs...More
After seeing mac mac, the largest crocodile I've ever seen in my whole life, i forgot to appreciate the rest of the trip... I've been to a lot of safari/zoo/wildlife reserves with rare/endangered animals across the ASEAN nations after my visit to palawan wildlife reserve,...More
If you are really into crocodiles, nice to see. But do not expect to see them in anything resembling their natural habitat. They are kept in large plastic tubs, in some dozens together. The adjacent zoo might have been nice at one point but maintenance...More