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Cebu Safari in Carmen to reopen this December 2017

It’s no wonder Cebuanos will get giddy about the reopening of the Cebu Safari in Carmen, another tourist spot that will surely attract a lot local and foreign visitors and boost local tourism especially in the town of Carmen.

Cebu Safari Zoo, a 100-hectare safari owned by Cebuano pawnshop tycoon Michel J. Lhuillier, will feature lions, giraffes, camels, tigers, zebras, among others. It is said to open this April 2017, just in time for Summer.

THE PLACE

 

THE ANIMALS


 
No details yet on the exact location, entrance fees and transportation options. Make sure to bookmark this page as we will regularly update the information here.
 
📷 PHOTOS BY Chang Euldan, Tim Carla Ocampo , Yetma Lao


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About Ram Mancelita

Ram Mancelita
"Sugbo, ato gyud ni."

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13 comments

  1. Laarni

    Hi Ram, I work for one of the travel agencies here in Cebu and we are interested to include this in our local tour packages. Would it be possible to get contact details for a fam tour?

  2. Joshua Cabasal

    What is there contact details?

  3. Raquel

    Wen is the exact opening date?

  4. maya

    how much is the entrance fee? I hope jud nga affordable lang :) can’t wait to visit

  5. JJ

    Pila ang entrance fee ?
    Hopefully affordable siya.

  6. Marlene Uy

    Can I visit the farm this coming March 10, 2017? If so how can I get there. I am a solo traveler and don’t have own vehicle so what transportation should I get when I arrived in the town proper of Carmen, Cebu.

  7. Animal Welfare Advocate Cebu
    Animal Welfare Advocate Cebu

    There is absolutely no need for zoos. We have the Cebu Zoo as a testament to that. Animals do not belong in captivity. One of the tigers from the same owners was relocated to the Amlan zoo because it was uncared for, emaciated and not given the proper amount of care. His disparity in size, health and overall state was very obvious compared to the other tigers. Having zoos to educate would just be a lame excuse because captivity is cruel. Animals in captivity only teaches our children that it’s ok to catch WILDLIFE instead of letting them stay in their own habitat. Captivity also does damage to the animals brain especially if they are in enclosures. Please think about how the animals will be before “attraction” and money. We should be better than this Cebu.

  8. Marvey

    I would like to visit this place one day soon :)

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