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I’ve been here and the place is alright but the animals are wonderful. I think that the animals should feel like they’re in their own habitats. They shouldn’t just be chained and locked up in small spaces because that’s not how they live. Each enclosure...More
the lowest standards are not even met for animals in captivity. do not bring children here .. it is disgusting. the only live animals are kept in tiny filthy cages and the display of dead endangered species killed by rich trophy hunters is obscene
The entrance is very affordable but we got the one with shuttle which cost us more but comfortable since we dont have to wall althrough out the tour. We love that we were chosen me and my youngest to interact with their animals on their...More
This is a part of our Ilocos Tour. Its amazing to know that Baluarte is open to the public and admission is FREE.
On the ground, it has cages of various animals and various dinosaur statues.
On the top of the hill is the Safari...More
It is a nice place but I am not a fan of the stuffed animals in the museum. I said that this is not for animal lovers as seeing the stuffed animals would absolutely bother them. Knowing that they were hunted...
The live tiger is...More
The place is poorly maintained. The entrance is a mess, the animal cages are dirty and the staff are of no help at all. We paid for the "night safari" and I felt it was such a waste of time and money. The staff literally...More
It was very Hot the day that We went to Baluarte. But there was lots of shaded areas to get out of the Sun there.
Loved the Dino Statues, and the Beautiful Butterflies in the Butterfly Garden. Big Tiger and other Exotic animals there to...More
Response from Melchor C | Reviewed this property |
There is no entrance fee. However,
there are fees for additional features such as cart rides which will comfortably allow you to reach the Safari Gallery thru an uphill slope instead of doing the uphill climb by foot.