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Botolan Wildlife Farm

#2 of 4 things to do in Botolan Features Animals
San Juan | Facebook.botolanwildlifefarm, Botolan, Luzon 2202, Philippines
+63 917 734 2206
Review Highlights
Ramses is the star, but the botanical display is the best part

I stayed here for two nights. The animal displays are pretty old fashioned, definitely not up to... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2016
Bill E
Columbus, Georgia
Great accomodation in Martin's family

Big house in real nature of Phillipines with Martin, his beautiful family and lot of animals and... read more

Reviewed 9 February 2016
Petra S
Prague, Czech Republic
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A top class wildlife sanctuary located in the heart of Zambales. This family run farm offers a pleasant and interesting stay for people of any age including schools and large groups. On site accommodation is available upon reservation. A must visit tourist and educational attraction that is unique in its location and quality.
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  • Very good30%
  • Average7%
  • Poor0%
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“water pool” (2 reviews)
“animals” (8 reviews)
“cages” (5 reviews)
San Juan | Facebook.botolanwildlifefarm, Botolan, Luzon 2202, Philippines
+63 917 734 2206

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Reviewed 7 March 2016

I stayed here for two nights. The animal displays are pretty old fashioned, definitely not up to world zoo standards. 6-7 year old Ramses, the tiger, has a large enclosure. He is very attentive to visitor, getting up from his resting place or water pool...More

Thank Bill E
Reviewed 9 February 2016

Big house in real nature of Phillipines with Martin, his beautiful family and lot of animals and kinds of plants, which you can adore every day. Everything was clean and comfortable. Accomodation included very tasty breakfast and dinner. If we come again to Phillipines we...More

1  Thank Petra S
Reviewed 10 May 2015

We saw the signs for the wildlife farm along the National Highway and since we had been driving for a couple of hours thought we would stop in for a short break. What a wonderful surprise! The place is green and cool, the animals well...More

2  Thank Randy A
Reviewed 25 April 2015 via mobile

We were the first tour of the day and the animals seem to have just waken up but they seemed well fed and clean. Most cages have more than one animal in it but they looked like they co-habit well.

5  Thank Larae_Saniel
Reviewed 27 February 2015

This place is listed as an attraction, but it is also an accommodation. I spent here two nights just because I wanted to have time to interact with the animals. The place is not very big, yet I find that it had plenty to see....More

5  Thank Mika H
Reviewed 21 February 2015

You get warmly welcomed by the Swiss Owner and his family. They have a nice little zoo and simple but well priced rooms. With dinner and breakfast included u pay only 1800 php per night for 2 persons. A special trip can be arranged. You...More

4  Thank Rick R
Reviewed 12 December 2014 via mobile

Have been to the Wildlife Park with some family and friends. Wanted to show them the Wildlife Park. As one of the friends worked in zoos for many years, it was especially interesting for him. It is a little up the hill but offer very...More

2  Thank RamaBeachManagement
Reviewed 16 July 2014

This small place between Zambales mountains and South China sea is a unique Wildlife farm run by a family of Swiss zoologist. Around their villa, which serves also as a guesthouse, there is a large number of cages and waterpools and hutches for animals and...More

3  Thank Daniel B
Reviewed 9 January 2013

For a pretty small operation, the place is impressive with its collection of wildlife animals. Despite their cages, I think being surrounded by nature helps the animals relax, unlike some zoos that are located in the middle of the city and creates a stressful environment...More

2  Thank lunedi_enair
Reviewed 11 March 2012

OK, it's not the San Diego Wild Animal Park in terms of volume, but in some ways it is better. This is a family run operation, very inexpensive, and they basically just leave you alone to roam around the place. Philippine deer, ostriches, a tiger,...More

5  Thank robin m
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