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Philippine Tarsier Recreation Inc.

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Km 16 Hoyohoy, Tawala, Panglao 6340, Philippines
+63 917 542 5266
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Cute Primates

I liked how the conservation efforts of this little cute primates are being taken by this group... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
rod m
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Dasmarinas City, Philippines
Nice trip. Interesting little creatures

Here is my advice, if possible rent a scooter and ride to this area. The trip is more fun than the... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Thomas J B
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Botanical garden and animal sanctuary is set on a lush 9 hectares garden with over 3000 species of exotic plants. Bird aviary. Fine dining restaurant. Museum of classic and modern art (painting sculpture and furniture). Equestrian center. Sports activities including scuba diving, yoga, dance. Handicraft and fashion shopping. Coffee shop and patisserie. Luxury individual villas with private pools in the future.
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Km 16 Hoyohoy, Tawala, Panglao 6340, Philippines
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+63 917 542 5266
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Reviewed 2 days ago

I liked how the conservation efforts of this little cute primates are being taken by this group. The Tarsiers are free to roam around and are not caged. Tourist however need to be disciplined especially taking flash photography, noise of other visitors as well need...More

Thank rod m
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Here is my advice, if possible rent a scooter and ride to this area. The trip is more fun than the destination. You can zipline and do the river cruise and chocolate hills all in the same area. Enjoyable day.

Thank Thomas J B
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a quick and easy way to see these amazing little creatures. We saw about 7 close up...worth the trip

Thank cathhhhhh
Reviewed 1 week ago

Since the tarsiers have been relocated to this facility for conservation and care, they are more distant from the curious viewers. Use to be, one can take a picture with the tarsiers close up. Now, they hide underneath the fronds of palm trees or leaves....More

Thank GhenTravelbug
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

See the worlds smallest primate in its natural habitat. It a reservation with a path that goes though the enclosure. Some shelters are assembled to let the tarsiers rest in visible spots. The tarsiers are nocturnal creature so you only get to see them hang...More

Thank Raptorial
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The conservation is not big at all & I think they had about 12 nodding hanging in banana trees. Very cute and smaller than I expected. Hope they will keep up the good work!

Thank Adi_Liv
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Tarsiers are the smallest living primates, It can rotate its head to 180 degrees and can jump at 16 feet. This 6 hectare land has 130 tarsiers according to our guide. They are nocturnal so the usage of flash via camera phones/ digital cams are...More

Thank ana g
Reviewed 20 August 2017

We visited the Tarsiers en route to the Chocolate Hills, a must see whilst in Bohol. The centre is relatively small, but so are the tarsiers, not much to do their - it is just a stop off to see some amazing little creatures, albeit...More

Thank Winston_986
Reviewed 15 August 2017

First time for me to see an amazing creature, Tarsier. I learned that Tarsier doesn't like noise. According to our guide, Tarsiers kill themselves by holding up their breath and banging their head on the branches of trees. They are primate and extinct.

Thank Aerdna N
Reviewed 6 August 2017 via mobile

worth a visit on your way to the chocolate hills. we made the trip with a private taxi.. not too expensive.

Thank Andrew S
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Genesis G
24 September 2017|
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Response from Adi_Liv | Reviewed this property |
Hello, was about an hour and half to Carmen - Chocolate Hills, so I will say one hour ride to Tarsier Conservation. We rented a little van for 4 of us and went to see both places in one day. I can ask my friend for price... More
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Genesis G
24 September 2017|
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Response from phytogerm | Reviewed this property |
Hi G, its kinda far. By car i think it would take 40 to 50 minutes from Alona Beach because that beach is located in Panglao Island while most tarsier sanctuaries are located in the main Bohol island. BTW, there are more... More
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Susan F
1 December 2016|
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Response from Adi_Liv | Reviewed this property |
Yes, we hired a local van we met at the port and can say we all are really happy with his service. In particular me, i was walking the souvenir shop at the Tarsier Conservation and without realizing i laid my phone (CC... More
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