Paradizoo

Panungyan Rd., Tagaytay, Cavite

Paradizoo
4.1
4.0 Stars

9 Reviewers

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  • 10 Reviews
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  • 9 Reviewers
Category:
Zoo
Phone
+63464831376

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Most Recent Reviews

Salie D.
5.0 Stars
10

My first visit here in this Paradise, I showed how pretty the bloomed flowers are in this place. I still enjoyed the tour the second time, and concentrated more on Farm animals, Vegetable picking and Bee lesson! I found this tour very entertaining and interesting!

Pls refer to my first Review for more infos and heads up!

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Dominique Martel S.
5.0 Stars

Sun.. Sunflower.. Smile..

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Tina B.
3.0 Stars
6

I thought it was OK.

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Salie D.
5.0 Stars
10

Since it is the best time of the year in our tropical land that flowers bloom the most, especially here in a beautiful Tagaytay side in the South. It is indeed a perfect time to see them yourself and I hope this review would help you decide easily. 9786

It was one perfect sunny day and the sky is blue. An invitation for mom in law gave me and hubby a chance to be here too. Paradizoo, a hidden and impressive Botanical Garden and Theme Farm in Cavite near Tagaytay City. It has been existing for more than a year or two now. I have never heard of this except the moment we were told to go there. Its a good thing that I didn't expect what to see, all I know, I'd be seeing a lot of Animals, and that's all.

We were warmly welcomed by the staffs and lead us to the Cafe which the owner and the other guests were there waiting. You'll get to see a flower painted Camper parked just after the entrance and across is a mini pool with fish eating dead skin (Fish Spa) before we are headed towards the meeting place. The tour began around 8am.

We met the very kind, down to earth and accommodating owner. He owns the Zoomanity group of companies, Zoobic in Subic and Residence Inn and many other business and restaurants. They had a short talk on the table while introducing to us the rest of the people on the table. All the invited Engineers, Businessmen, Resorts owner and Landscape masters have a role in improving this place in the near future. It is such a privilege for us to be able to have a free visit here and enjoyed the place.

Before everyone gets up from their seats, a delicious Arrozcaldo was served to start the whole day tour. With the use of all the Natural Ingredients from the Vegetable and Animal Farm, the owner proudly says everything they use is Organic and the Chicken is Native. It did warm my stomach and gave me a little energy kick.

The Cafe by the way has some snacks available like cold drinks, Pastillas made from the Zoo's goat milk, Chips, and even serves rice meals. Farm animal stuff toys for sale are displayed inside the Cafe and in the Souvenir shop. You'll probably meet Sexy, a white old pregnant dog resident of the place. She's sweet, smart and most of all, she knows how to beg for food by touching your thighs with her right hand or even placing her both hands on your thighs. You wouldn't see her leave the dining area except when she's about to take a nap at the house next to the cafeteria. I tell you she's super friendly!

Anyway, All the guests including us were guided by a staff to have a tour but actually it was the Boss who makes most of the talk and the rest of the introduction. While passing thru the Animal Farm, a mini dance show mimicking Monkeys were prepared by the Resort's staffs. The kids around totally have fun watching it. There, we met Inday, a girl Camel imported from Saudi and the only one (of two) existing in the country.
They charge P100 for a quick Camel back-ride and P50 for a picture taking with her. Dairy Produced like milk in a feeding bottles, different grass and plant feeds are for sale to the customers for the baby goats, pony, sheep and young rabbits in the farm during the people's interaction with them.

As we go on with our tour, what stuns me was the abundance of flowers all over the place. They have kept the place especially the Garden well taken cared of. I plan to talk about the Resort's other features in my next review and focus more about the richness of this land.

I know I have not seen this much gorgeous flowers all my life, except in Dangwa! But I tell you, seeing them in full bloom with bright colors and gives a garden fresh smell in such a paradise like this makes it a whole different experience for me. I instantly feel like a pro and get hooked on taking photos of them...a closer look of the petals and capturing it's different angles give it a distinct beauty. My iPad camera didn't give me a hard time getting a good shot. The sunlight and natural beauty of the forest has helped me achieve take beautiful photos.
Here, you'll see many kinds of beautiful flowers of different sizes and shapes. The different display of colors everywhere I look which are visually stimulating, felt like I was in a dreamy state of mind.
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During Lunch, we stopped by the picnic place near the Zipline. A good set of healthy and delicious food was laid on the buffet table for us to eat and enjoy. Wooden chairs are available for a big group of people...perfect for family outing or for Barkada. A nice view of the entire landscape including the man made Fish swam in front and the walkway to the Butterfly and Bee Farm can be seen. It will take you maybe a hundred of upward strides to get here from the Cafeteria. So I suggest you either bring an umbrella or wear a cap to fight the heat plus a bottle of water because walking around the seven (lang naman!) hectares land is a must see to appreciate the beauty and know what Paradizoo is made of.

I'd say a School tour or field trips is perfect for this kind of place. It is indeed educational for students to see the whole place. There's a Cemetery for their dead animals, Butterfly greenhouse, Pineapple plantations, Fish Spa and a rare white Carabao couple, a Cow with five legs and more. I personally enjoyed and learned a lot during a free short lecture on Bee Farm.

I must and surely come back here again to explore further of what I've seen and learn a bit more than during my first visit here. I truly enjoyed this Nature trip even without the fun of Carnival rides or the like. I confess that I (recently discovered) am a Nature lover enthusiast. 128525 And so to those who love seeing green, healthy and abundant land, this is the place for you!

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Carolyn V.
4.0 Stars

Was our 2nd time to visit and they definitely made some improvements.

They have now the feeding stations! Fedthe rabbits, ostrich, camel for P60/set. Fed the baby lamb or baby goat for P30. Rode the pony for P30 -- only small kids allowed.

Too bad the camel riding was on hold! My son really wanted to try it.

Facilities were cleaner. They had wild boars, pigs, chickens, ducks, turkey, ostrich, goats, pony, horses, a camel, cows, carabaos, rabbits, sheep, bees, etc

They had loads of gardens.. Butterfly garden, bonsai garden, vegetable garden etc.

Place is not stroller friendly so better not bring it! Good exercise for the kids though!

They also are connected with the residence inn which is a smaller zoo.. Been here before but was running late for dinner that we decided to skip it.

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Lyn F.
3.0 Stars

I thought it was OK.

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Franz D.
5.0 Stars

We went there during my birthday and it was so nice. Weather is so cold, few animals to see but really great scenery.

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Abby M.
4.0 Stars

Yay for the butterfly garden and freely-roaming animals! You can also feed them. :)

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Minami A.
5.0 Stars

1st time here at Paradizoo and what I love about this place is that they have a camel. 1st time to actually see live.. 1285149996
And its also my 1st time to ride a zipline and a "cable car". Everything's a first, and I'm happy I've overcome the zipline since I'm too scared of heights. I actually enjoyed the place coz I'm also with the boyfriend's family.. 128522128077

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Reisha D.
3.0 Stars

Literally nothing (new/not new) to see except for this 5-legged cow. The bunnies were cute, there were horses and goats, and some butterflies. Hope they develop this place because they have a pretty large area they can utilize. They should probably also change the name until they find more animals to take care of....

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