Information about Zoobic Safari
Zoobic Safari is situated in the middle of the forest of Subic Bay Freeport Zone and is the only tiger safari in the Philippines. Here, guests are given a rare chance to meet tigers up close while promoting awareness and concern for their species. It is the closest thing to an actual jungle safari in the country, and it will take approximately three hours to cover all its attractions.
Inside Zoobic Safari is the Tiger Safari, where guests can ride a safari jeep that will enter a closed fence structure and see live tigers roaming around the area. In there, these big cats are free to get close to the jeep, sniff at it, or even tackle it, with the passengers safe inside.
Other attractions include a hanging bridge, a forest trail, a petting zoo, an animal observation area, and an animal sanctuary where wild boars, potbelly pigs, guinea fowls, and wild ostriches run free. Those who seek an adrenaline-pumping attraction must visit the Croco Loco, a steel-grated walkway with a pit of 200 crocodiles directly below it, and the Serpentarium, where snakes, lizards, iguanas, and other reptiles are available for viewing.
Guests can also go on a Night Safari, where they are toured around the exotic sanctuary in the dark, making the safari ride more thrilling.
Tickets and entry
Zoobic Safari is open daily from 8 AM to 4 PM, with an entrance fee of PHP 695 per adult and kids taller than four feet. Children three to four feet tall can go in for PHP 595, while kids below three feet can enter for free.
Best time to visit
Most of the attractions on the property are outdoors, so it would be best to visit Zoobic Safari during the dry months of November to May. If you want to watch shows here, go on a weekend when they have a parade and a show at 10:30 AM and 1:30 PM.