Because of the popularity of our wildlife, crocodile educational show, program and a minds-on & hands-on interactive science exhibit, last year we showcased The Butterfly House, Insectariums, an Ostrich mini-Farm and a mini-Petting Zoo. Now, we will be adding more activities like MARINE WORLD. Thus, making us your One-Stop learning, Interactive and Leisure Hub, in the heart of the City.
Over 25 years, the Davao Crocodile Park has developed an educational program through interaction as our way of disseminating awareness to our viewing public. Because of our desire to reach out more people, we have established a base here in Manila, The Crocodile Park Manila. It aims to provide wildlife experience and build enduring relationships between people and wildlife in creating a balance ecosystem.
To date, we have shared our mission to over 150,000 Luzon students. It is a fact that our shows and its educational value received praises from students, teachers and parents alike.
For more details: Call us at 02 833 5680
Boom na Boom Compound Roxas Boulevard
email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Davao Crocodile Park is known not only for entertainment and tourism but also to its attribution in educating the public on the importance of protecting the animals to maintain the balance ecosystem. Taking a big leap in the conservation of flora and fauna, With its aim to provide exciting and educational experience to the viewers as public awareness regarding the conservation of wildlife has been made through Crocoseum. The idea of museum is made by its owner Philip Dizon and named it by Mr. Virgilio Pedo as Crocoseum short term for “Crocodile Park’s Museum”. It is an anatomical safari of the natural world and sees how animal look and work when the flesh is stripped away.
Monday to Sunday
8:00 AM to 5:00PM
RATES: Crocodile Park Manila and Crocoseum
Entrance Fee: Php250.00 per person 2 years old below: FREE
Saturday and Sunday
Traveler on Foot Nine, ten, eleven, twelve… after seeing more than a dozen voracious crocodiles leaped out from the opaque and brownish green pool to grab chunks of meat hanging from the fishing line, we stopped counting. After all, this exhibition of predators at the Davao Crocodile Park in Manila were being upstaged by a nine-foot Burmese python, a five-kilo iguana, a gigantic bird from Australia, and a tightrope artist. Read More
Philippine Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (PhilAAPA)
Philippine Crocodile Society