Friday, May 29, 2015

J. de Asis family adventure at Zoobic Zafari and Ocean adventure in Celebration of the fourth-month birthday of baby Francelle Raleich

We celebrated the four-month birthday of our precious baby Francelle Raleich at Zoobic Zafari and Ocean Adventure, Subic in Zambales.

In zoobic zafari, our family visited Zoobic Park in a two-hectare forest wherein we trekked to see exotic, wild and semi-domesticated animals in their simulated natural habitat. We have seen the wonderful pet and fed wonderful animals -parakeets, bearcats, camels to name a few.

In Savannah, we have seen the sanctuary of the wild that features a wide range of ostriches, potbellies, wild boars, and guinea fowls.

We got inside the Serpentarium and saw an old ammunition bunker and saw a showcase of various species of reptiles like snakes, lizards and turtles.

The Rodent World Features an amazing collection of rodents.

In animal MuZOOeum, we have seen rare collection of real stuffed animals, bone collections and preserved animal skin.

We also saw the Close Encounter, a facility that allows one to take a close look at our Siberian-Bengal tigers only 2 feet away!

In Tiger Safari, we sat in a train safari jeep and entered a two-hectare enclosed area. We have experienced the thrill of being chased by full-grown tigers on the loose!

We have a Bird Walk Experience and chances to feed the parakeets/love birds on the palm of our hands and so lovely and beautiful.

We entered at the Aetas' Trail and chance to see the beauty of our Native Aeta Brothers' culture as they performed some of their traditional dances.

In Croco loco place, we have the chance to feed crocodiles! It's amazing and wonderful family adventure and bonding.

At the Ocean Adventure, we learned a lot to love, save creatures and our environment. We learned how to make a fire with only bamboo from our Aeta friends. We encountered some amazing creatures like binturong, bat, python, and scops owl. All animals you’ll meet are from the Wildlife in Need Rescue Center.

The speakers said that those animals were sick, injured, some are abandoned and nursed back to health.

Their message is to respect and protect their cousins in the wild, and they are the best teachers you could imagine.

We, proceeded at the Balancing Act Featuring World-Class Acrobats from Kenya and watched their unbelievable display of agility, strength and mind-blowing moves that’ll keep your cameras shooting as fast as your fingers can click.

We have watched the three dolphins and three sea lions. We admired their intelligence and were thrilled by their uniqueness and truly amazing stunts.

At the Ocean discovery acquarium, we discovered the myriad of plants and sea creatures that inhabit the waters of Subic Bay and the South China Sea – without getting wet.

Thanks to our Lord Almighty for having a happy family and keeping us safe and healthy.


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