Where To Go This Summer: Zoomanity Group Theme Parks

Kids have an endless fascination with animals, no?

Mine’s obsessed with ponies, tigers and lions. We’re actually planning to take them to the zoo so Seven can finally see Simba and Nala face to face. Yes, she’s on a Lion King phase at the moment, haha.

Good thing, there’s Zoomanity Theme Parks to the rescue!

Zoobic Safari

We wanted tigers, right?

Well, we need not to look far. Conveniently located in Subic, Zoobic Safari Adventure Park is the only Tiger Safari in the Philippines with more than 50 tigers.

Apart from the usual breed of tigers and lion known as Ligers, they also have diverse exotic animals (think from lizards to crocodiles!) free to roam and frolic in their simulated natural habitat.

Zoobic Safari

Address: Group I, Ilanin Forest Subic Bay Freeport Zone, Subic Bay Freeport Zone 
Ticket rates: Adult - Php 545.00 | Kids - Php 445.00

Paradizoo Theme Farm

Think Subic is too far of a travel with the kid army in tow? Well, best destination is the Paradizoo Farm in Mendez, Cavite!

Take ‘farm living’ to the next level with it’s garden full of vegetables and flowers, plus be able to interact with farm animals like llama, camels (!), miniature horses, ostriches, greyhounds and Labrador retrievers. You can even ride on a cart drawn by an albino carabao. Cool, right?

Address: Km. 63 Panungyan Mendez, Cavite 
Ticket rates: Adult - Php 149.00 | Kids - Php 99.00

Residence Inn and Zoori

We love Tagaytay! In Residence Inn and Zoori, kids can enjoy their Mini Zoo. Adults can then soak up the amazing view of Taal Lake while having the best food trip . They also have the Zipline for the more adventurous types.

Address: Km. 65 Barrio Neogan, Tagaytay City
Ticket rates: Adult - Php 249.00 | Kids - Php 199.00

Zoocolate Thrills

From the Visayan Reion?

Zoocolate Thrills is the only Adventure Theme Park in Loboc, Bohol managed by Zoomanity Group. This promising tourist destination in Bohol offers captivating attractions for everyone. A river cruise is provided for those who want to explore the Loboc River. This fun zoo has different animal encounters & enrichment such as ostriches, tigers, and bearcats. They also offer tram ride, horse/buffalo ride and zip/zing ride. Isn’t that fun and exciting?

Address: Barangay Gotozon, Loboc, Bohol
Ticket rates: Adult - Php 99.00 | Kids - Php 99.00

Zoocobia Fun Zoo

This one I love. For Zoo-lovers, Zoocobia offers a complete educational and fun experience.

  • Pattered after the luge in Sentosa Resort in Singapore—The Zooc, runs on a 400 meter track with three hairpin curves!
  • Have a close encounter with colorful birds perched on tree branches. You will delight at their bright colors and melodious chirping.
  • The PHILIPPINES PRIDE showcases various animals and plants that are endemic to the Philippines – they are indeed the country’s pride.
  • Their Garden Maze features various animals topiaries where you can experience the thrill going through the labyrinth and finding yourself out of it.
  • Experience bottle feeding baby farm animal such as goats, sheep and pot bellied pigs at The Barn.
  • See a unique collection of stuffed real animals that have been preserved by our taxidermist at the Menagerie.
Address: Clark Freeport Zone, Angeles City
Ticket rates: Adult - Php 295.00 | Kids - Php 295.00

Raring to go now? You can book your tickets online now and avail of 10% discount! Click HERE.

They also have an ongoing promotion for graduates, the Zooperb Blowout!

Zooperb Blowout

Zoolit Coupons can be availed for Php 399 per booklet which can already be used to all 5 theme parks under Zoomanity Group. You may contact 09166299381 to order and to hear about other exciting deals.


Zoomanity Group, is indeed the happiest places!

TAG Media and Public Relations is the marketing & branding arm of Zoomanity Group. 
To know more about the theme parks, please contact us at 09166299381 or send an 
email to grace@asiadigitalmarketing.ph

20 thoughts on “Where To Go This Summer: Zoomanity Group Theme Parks

  1. 8chandrangsu says:

    Another great place to watch out for in Philippines. I am planning a trip to Phillipines this month and you have added yet another option for my kids!! They love tigers too. But wqiting to see their reactions after seeing a real tiger ha! Ha! Thank you..

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  2. ROBERT LEE says:

    Summer is long and as much as we would like to spend it on cooler climates, there simply are too many days of vacation and so for families, going to a zoo is a good educational experience.


  3. Mirriam (Mirriam Dictionary) says:

    I didn’t realise we got so many animal parks here in the Philippines. Thank you for sharing this. I’ve only been to Zoobic. I still have lots to catch up on haha


  4. Marjorie Gavan says:

    Pretty neat list, some I haven’t even heard of before. Actually it’s only the Zoobic Safari that I’m familiar with hahaha.. .I’m sure kids and the kids at heart alike would love a trip to any of those.


  5. Aika Callora says:

    I don’t have kids yet but as an adult, I love Lion King! Haha. And I love going to the zoo because I am an animal lover.🙂 I really wanted to go visit Zoobic Safari. My mom lives in Bohol and I’ve been there couple of time but I haven’t visited Zoocolate Thrills yet. Will definitely visit once I return to visit.


  6. Adel C says:

    It’s good to know that we have quite a list of zoo here in the Philippines. Zoocobia sounds real fun. I’ll bring my family there one of these days. Thanks for sharing!


  7. melissaungco says:

    I heard a lot of good things about zoomanity theme parks. In fact, I even have tickets to their park. I just haven’t found the time to go. Maybe this summer I shall. We’ll see. Thanks for the reminder.🙂

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  8. mskathykenny says:

    I’ve been there before and my son liked the place which for me is a good thing. I like the fact that they have a mini zoo as well and that kids can pet the baby animals.

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