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Published on Aug 8, 2011
Wow!! An expression when you first reached the farm of Swiss National Martin Zoller and his Filipina wife Juvy, situated at San Juan, Botolan, Zambales less than 20 minutes away from the capital Iba, Botolan Wildlife Farm is the place for the whole family to escape to. The Zoller's develop a seven (7) hectare farm into a mini-zoo and wildlife park, which is recently opened for public viewing and explorations. They preserve and breed wild and endangered animals native to the Philippines and from many countries in the world. There are at least twenty-nine (29) different species of animals in the farm like tiger, deer, ostrich, snake, crocodile, peacock, wild boars, among others.
Botolan Wildlife Farm, the first in Zambales, is one of the tourist spot of Botolan. The farm serves as a center for conservation of flora and fauna, and is also a home to a natural ecosystem of different plants and orchids. This farm is a great place to discover and appreciate diverse and unusual creatures, and to learn about different species by watching their behavior can offer us a new insight for ourselves. The owners plan to expand the farm by constructing a lagoon for kids, horseback-riding area, function hall for seminars and other activities, playground and others.
They also offer accommodation facilities in reasonable prices such as family rooms, picnic huts, restaurant, and multi-function rooms.
• Wild Animals • Family Barbecue • Kids Playground • Picnic Area • Wildlife Education • Accommodation • Restaurant • Native Cottages • Seminar Area • Company & Field Trip
Botolan Wildlife Farm San Juan, Botolan Zambales, Philippines