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Cebu Safari and Adventure Park, the BIGGEST ZOO in the Philippines

UPDATED as of July 16, 2018.

It’s no wonder Cebuanos will get giddy about the grand opening 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.

DID YOU KNOW? Cebu Safari is more than just an animal kingdom. It is also a WORLD-CLASS adventure park. It will house:
• Seven (7) adventure rides including zip coaster
• ASIA’s Longest Zipline (1.2km)
• Giant Swing
• Obstacle Course
• Spider Walk
• Sky bike
• Outdoor adventure + a full hour adventure trek in Carmen’s 8 waterfalls
…Though these will be available in 1-2 years from now.

  

THE PLACE

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Photo by Gigi Olavo
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Photo by Gigi Olavo

 

THE ANIMALS

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Photo by Joshua Padillo

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Photo by Ram Mancelita

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The newly released map of Cebu Safari and Adventure Park.

  

Rates and other information

PARK SCHEDULE:
• Wednesday to Sunday
• 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
• Last entry/ticket selling is 2:00pm

ENTRANCE FEE:
• Adult: ₱800.00 with one set lunch meal
• Kids 2 to 3ft: 50% off
• Kids below 2ft: FREE

CONTACT DETAILS:
• 0929-196-8191 / 0945-301-3700
• sales@cebusafari.ph
Facebook Page

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ)

1. Are we officially opened?
– Not yet, we are still in our soft opening stage and some construction works are still happening inside the park.

2. What are the pre-opening days?
– Wednesday,Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and holidays.

3. What are the operating hours?
– We open 8am up to 5pm but last entry/ticket selling is up to 2pm only since the tour requires at least 3 hours to complete.

4. What are the rates?
– Admission is P800/head, kids 2-3ft are 50% off while kids below 2ft are free of charge. Senior Citizen and PWD discounts are available.

5. What are included in the admission fee?
– For the mean time we give free one set lunch meal per person.

6. What are the attractions that can be seen in the park?
– What we offer are the beauty of nature by showcasing flora and fauna and the majestic mountains of Carmen.

7. How can we get there?
– Once you hit the National Road in Carmen, look for the Carmen, National High School. Turn left if you came from the south and right if from the north, follow the road signs and you will reach our place after 8kms. of up hill climb. You can also use Google Map or Waze by looking for M Lhuillier Cebu Safari.

8. Do we need a reservation to visit or we can just walk-in?
– Better to have a reservation to guarantee your slot. At the mean time we are limiting our visitors to just 2,000 per day, if you walk in and we are already full, we will not allow entry.

9. Where can we make our reservations?
– Email sales@cebusafari.ph to book your dates. We don’t accommodate reservations via cellphone or this facebook account, just email us.

10. How long before we can get confirmation of our reservation?
– We process email request first in, first out and we are getting hundreds of emails per day. So please be patient.

11. How can we make payment?
– Once booking is confirmed, you will receive an email for the payment instructions.

12. Can we bring food and drinks inside the park?
– Sorry, but we don’t allow outside food and drinks to be brought inside the park. Don’t worry, there are food outlets around the park.

13. Do you have transportation service from Mandaue, Cebu City or Carmen National Highway.
– There is none yet from Cebu City or Mandaue, but from Carmen Municipal Plaza to safari there is at P100 per head, one way.

14. Are the adventure rides already open?
– Not yet, we will make an announcement once the adventure rides are already available.

15. Do we accept credit cards?
– For the mean time, we only accept cash.

How to get there?

Exact location: Toril, Brgy Corte, Carmen, Cebu — approx. 2 hours away from Cebu City.

For convenience, it’s recommended to bring your own vehicle or rent a van/car. You may just simply navigate via Waze or Google Maps and search for “Cebu Safari and Adventure Park”. Cebu Safari is located approx. 8km away from the highway. The landmark is the Carmen National High School — if you’re coming from Cebu City, make a left turn before this school. There are signages along the road to guide you.

If you are to commute, you may ride a north-bound bus at the Cebu North Bus Terminal in Mandaue City. Ask the driver to drop you off at Carmen Public Market. From there, you may ride a habal-habal to Cebu Safari.

 

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20 comments

  1. Seems like an improvement on the Danasan Eco Park concept.

  2. 800 per head daw

  3. Jan Alexis C. Meguillo

    Hello. Is there an email address wherein i can make a business proposal to supply outdoor furniture for the site? Hoping for your reply. Thank your sir

  4. Hi is there any update yet on the opening day?

  5. I would love to see these animals. It msy seem cruel being captive but if well taken cared, loved by the care taker who really likes animals then its a grest experience for us here in cebu to see these animals.

  6. 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?

  7. What is there contact details?

  8. Wen is the exact opening date?

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

  10. Pila ang entrance fee ?
    Hopefully affordable siya.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

    • Totally agree all animals on this world deserve to be free and live their life just like us , it’s disgusting what we the the humans do to animals in this world.

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

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