Calauit Safari Park, Palawan

One of the vestiges of the Marcos Regime, the Calauit Safari Park is tagged as “A Slice of Africa in Busuanga.” The park is situated on 3,700 hectares of plains, fields, forests and bodies of water. It is home to endemic plants and animals and the translocated species of animals from Kenya such as Zebras, Giraffes and Gazelles, which are the main features of the Safari Park. The Safari park can be reached through land transportation, some 2 hours from Coron town or also by sea which takes 3 hours from Coron port to Calauit port. The park charges 250 pesos for Filipino tourists and 300 pesos for Foreign tourists.

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