Imagine 10-hectares of rollings hills filled with farm animals from camels to ostriches, a variety of organic vegetables lined up, and fresh fruits ripe for the picking. Imagine no more, as when in Tagaytay City, Paradizoo Farm is just around the corner and is a must-visit.

During summer, there are plenty of activities you can witness just like a native Igorot dance or experience riding a miniature horse which are great for photo ops. An 18-colony honey bee breeding area used to be at one side of the area where you can buy bottles of fresh honey (wonder why I did not see this during my last visit). There is also a butterfly farm. But the highlight of the entire theme farm is the Infinity Pond (sorry folks, could not find my photos of this pond, tsk tsk). Live ducks were even present during my recent visit.

Paradizoo Farm is not new to the world of animals in captivity in the Philippines - the Yupangco's are the same owners as Residence Inn also in Tagaytay City, Zoocobia in Olongapo and the famous tigers in the wild - Zoobic Safari in Subic.

Getting to Paradizoo Farm is quite tricky for me. The best way that I recommend is have Residence Inn shuttle you to Paradizoo Farm - since you can also buy your entrance tickets at Paradizoo Farm through Residence Inn. Paradizoo Farm is located at Mendez in Cavite but accessible to Aguinaldo Highway in Tagaytay City.

For inquiries :

Makati City Head Office :
Tel : 02-898-3695  / 02-895-7142 / 02-899-9824

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Pie Rivera is a food columnist of Republic of 7107 Island Travel Magazine. For subscriptions to the magazine, you may email them at You can also check their WEBSITE.
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