Providing hand sanitizer and cleaning the location with disinfectant regularly.
Requiring staff and customers to have temperature check and wear face masks at all times.
Applying physical distancing, reducing visitor capacity, as well as implementing online booking and cashless payment system for customers.
Hugging the friendliest animal kingdom celebrity Trixie the Orangutan or feeding Arapaimas, one of the world’s largest freshwater fish, are just a few of the many fun activities that you can partake in at the largest zoo in the Philippines, the Avilon Zoo. This 7.5-hectare facility shelters more than 3,000 species of wildlife found in different parts of the world. Get closer to nature and with the most unique animals, such as the Malayan Tapir, White Civet Cat, and more. After spending time with the furry animals, don’t forget to drop by the Animal Picture Board where you can capture memories for you and your loved ones to look back on.
- Infants (one year of age and below) may enter the zoo free of charge.
- Children below 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.
- Discounted tickets for senior citizens and persons with disabilities (PWDs) can only be availed at the Avilon Zoo ticketing booth. Please make sure to present a valid ID upon purchasing.
- Animal shows are available during Saturdays and Sundays (10:30 and 14:30).
Starting From S$ 13.40.
9003 Gp Sitio Gulod, San Isidro, Rizal, Philippines, 1860.
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