Our Subic Bay adventure happened 2 months ago. My cousin accommodated us for 4 days. We arrived at 12 noon so we had lunch before heading off to our first destination: Zoobic Safari!
Some of the foods that were served:
Spicy Mussels with basil and leeks
Calamares with fried basil leaves
Sporting our animal print clothes. No, we are not that prepared for this trip. lol!
Kids 3ft-4ft- Php400
Kids below 3 ft- free entrance
A tour guide was assigned to our group. We had a wonderful 2 hour tour experience though it was scorching hot that day. The kids got to feed the birds, camel, goats and bearcats.
The Zebra Tram that took us to the different Safari attractions.
At Croco Loco, crocodiles can be fed by dangling a piece of meat on a fishing pole
Nieces feeding the goats
Ykaie feeding the camel
Boarding the Tiger Safari Jeep
We bought raw chicken for Php200 to feed the tigers. The guide threw a piece of meat on the roof of the vehicle. The tiger quickly jumped on the roof to grab the chicken. We can see through the glass part of the roof. It was a thrilling experience!
One of the highlights of our tour was having our picture taken with a tiger cub. This photo was taken by my cousin. One of my nieces was so scared. So was I! lol! I wasn’t even looking at the camera during the photoshoot. Oh well no one will ever notice since I was wearing shades. I made sure the feeding bottle stayed in it’s proper place. The cub actually ran out of milk but was still sucking! I was like…OMG I don’t want to lose an arm! lol! The handler assured me it was ok, then the photographer took 1 last shot.
This is the actual photo. The photographer took 4 shots and we got to choose one which they printed out. (Price: Php540) We truly enjoyed our visit to Zoobic Safari. I can say that it’s well worth a visit!