ANNOUNCEMENT: 1. Effective January 17, 2022 until further notice, Cebu Safari & Adventure Park is back to its regular schedule from Wednesday to Sunday, and holidays, from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. 2. The regular Park ticket is now Php 900. It includes access to the Park and all animal exhibits, interactions, newly expanded Michel Gardens, Bird Show, expanded African Savanna, and White Lion Safari. 3. If you are vaccinated, enjoy a 10% discount on the regular Cebu Safari Park ticket. Please buy your ticket and show your vaccination card and valid ID at the Ticket Counter to avail of the discount. Our Bakuna Promo ends on March 31, 2022. You cannot avail of this promo online. 4. The Outpost and Michelangelo Pizzeria are open from Wednesday to Sunday. 5. The Safari Camp is open from Tuesday to Sunday and on holidays. 6. Under Alert Level 3, persons below 18 years old and above 65 years old are temporarily under a stay-at-home order. Please keep safe!

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SOUTHERN Cebu’s falls, beaches and whale sharks are known to tourists all over the world and for the Department of Tourism (DOT) 7’s director, it’s now time for northern Cebu’s tourist attractions to shine.
DOT 7 Director Shahlimar Tamano said his office will intensify efforts to promote northern Cebu towns and cities as tourist destinations.

He said that too many tourists flock to the south—from Carcar City’s heritage sites to Oslob’s whale shark watching, Ginatilan’s falls and Aloguinsan’s river cruise—while some areas in the north are overlooked.
He said all of Cebu’s 53 towns and cities boast of nice beaches, verdant hills and falls but many of these are not known to local and foreign tourists.

Tamano said among Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat’s priorities is to promote tourism in northern Cebu, including the Cebu Safari and Adventure Park in Carmen town and the white sand beach in Malapascua, Daanbantayan, Sta. Fe, San Remigio and Medellin towns.

“We think the product is here already. It’s just that we need more marketing (activities to promote it),” the regional director said at the sidelights of the Regional Development Council (RDC) 7 meeting Friday, June 21, 2019, in San Juan, Siquijor.

Tamano said that during his visit to the safari on Saturday, June 22, Benito Bengzon Jr., DOT undersecretary for tourism development planning, was impressed by the facility and said he would make sure it got enough promotion.
Promoting tourism in the north, however, would require infrastructure development and improvements in the transportation sector, according to Tamano.

He said there should be more transportation options for tourists from Metro Cebu to northern Cebu towns.
Tamano suggested operating water taxis and constructing more ports in northern Cebu.

“What we need is faster and more efficient intra-Cebu transportation. Like from Lapu-Lapu City to Bantayan Island takes five hours. How do we cut that to two hours?” he said.

Developing sea transportation in the region is among the items in the tourism master plan that the DOT, the National Economic and Development Authority and the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority are currently working on.

The master plan, which will cost P50 to P100 million to make, will identify the areas in the region that offer adventure, sports, faith and culture tourism.

It will also tackle maritime infrastructure, power supply needs, communication facilities and carrying capacity of tourist destinations, among others.

“We’ll make sure the designs of the resorts and facilities will blend with the environment so that they don’t become an eyesore,” Tamano said.

The crafting of the 10-year master plan, which will be implemented from 2020 to 2030, was approved during the RDC 7 meeting. (LRC)

Gravinez, S. (2019, June 24). DOT 7 trains spotlight on northern Cebu Towns. Sun.Star Cebu. Retrieved from https://www.sunstar.com.ph/article/1811230.

Animal Feeding

Check out how our keepers feed the safari animals. Currently, we have feeding schedules for our giraffes, white Bengal tigers, and orange Bengal tigers.

Orange Bengal tiger feeding is at 10:30 AM
White Bengal tiger feeding is at 2:30 PM
Giraffe feeding is at 3:00 PM

Petting Zoo

Kids, have a chance to pet our baby farm animals! Meet and greet with our baby goats and cows, ducks, rabbits, and more.

Operating hours: 09:00 AM - 12:00 NN; 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

White Lion Safari

Meet the king of the wild!

Meet our white lions all the way from France and Germany. Take the enclosed safari truck and enjoy the 15-minute ride in the white lion’s habitat.

Cut-off for tickets: 1:30 PM
Operating Hours:  09:00 AM to 03:00 PM

Pick-up Points: Basecamp and Orangutown

Beautiful birds being feed by the keeper in the stainless pan

Bird Show

See Cebu Safari birds in action!

You can see various birds on the stage: from the friendly macaws, chattering lories, and African crowned crane to raptures like Philippine sea eagle, Philippine owl, and Philippine hawk. See their tricks and talents, and know more about our aviary friends at the Bird Show.

1:45 PM Daily.

African Savanna

Experience the thrill of an African safari ride! For the first time in the country, get up close and personal with zebras and African antelopes in this unique safari ride. Take the vehicle tour inside the African Savanna, and witness these animals in their habitat.

Operating hours: 10:00 AM - 3:30 PM

Violet orchids with other kinds on its back

Michel's Garden

Michel’s Garden is a flora walking trail showcasing a vast orchid garden and featuring Senyorito’s 40-year-old orchid collection. Phalaenopsis, vanda strap-leaf, debdrobium, and oncidium are just a few types of the one million orchids you can see at the garden. For plantsmen, different types of plants and orchids are also available for purchase at Michel’s Garden.

A happy couple holding a white flowers in the garden

Gardens of the World

Gardens of the World is a beautiful tunnel garden featuring different kinds of plants from all over the world. You can see flora, landscapes, and representations of the seven continents, that’s why it’s called Gardens of the World! For North America flora representation, there are cacti and succulents. There is also a replica of the famous Iguazu falls for South America. Appreciating European culture, there are statues of Roman Gods and Goddesses you can see inside the garden. To represent the flora of Africa, there are cape leadwort and asparagus ferns, among others. There is also a Japanese Garden featuring bonsai trees and pagodas, representing Asia. Lastly, Antarctic flora consists of mosses and ferns which are also featured in the Gardens of the World.