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Calauit Safari Park

A game reserve in Palawan

Calauit Safari Park is a game reserve and wildlife sanctuary on a 3,700-hectare island located just off the coast of Palawan. Established in 1977, Calauit Safari Park was the very first safari park in the Philippines and is today home to a number of species from the African plains, as well as endemic Philippine birds and animals. Visitors get the chance to discover the park’s waterbucks, deer, crocodiles, monkeys, zebras and other wildlife, thanks to the region’s similar climate to Kenya.

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Animals at Calauit Safari Park

One of the park’s highlights is its Grevy’s Zebras, one of the most endangered species of zebra in the world. The park has played a crucial part in growing the population of the zebra species, from the 25 remaining in 1981 to the 1,200 zebras now living as part of a herd on the island.

Visitors can also get up close and personal with the giraffe population by feeding them (with the help of a guide) and interacting with them from the safety of a metal truck (at an additional cost). Many visitors make their own way to Calauit Island or book on an organised tour from Coron. Entrance fees for the park range from 50-400 PHP and visitors wishing to film, use the jeep or camp are required to pay an additional fee.

Calauit Safari Park

  • Opening Hours: 07:30 – 09:30
  • Location: Busuanga, Palawan, Philippines
  • Tel: 0926-1144443
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