Paradizoo, a Farm Ranch Zoo in Tagaytay


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Paradizoo is a farm theme park in Tagaytay which we learned is the property of owners of Zoobic in Zambales. The 10 hectares property is the home of various farm animals, such as goats (there’s hundreds of them), one-humped camels, miniature horses (perfect for toddler who wants to experience their first horse-back riding, some ostriches (though not as pretty as those found in Zoobic and Avilon Zoo, native carabaos, wild pigs, bees, ducks, and one-colored peacocks.

To get around Paradizoo, you may opt to take the golf cart. But if you’re looking for a little exercise, touring the property by foot is also a breeze. Just make sure it did not rain the previous night since the road may get muddy when it rained.

One attraction of Paradizoo is the Infinity Pond of Positivism where a mini-pavilion lies on the center. I didn’t get to take a good shot of the pond because during that time, there were two guests who were having fun fishing. (duh!)

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Another attraction of Paradizoo is the miniature horses (not ponies), where toddlers can enjoy a ride for P25. If your kids are scared you may pay P10 to have their pictures taken.

Over all, Paradizoo is a good and more accessible alternative to Zoobic. But if you don’t mind traveling to Zoobic, I would suggest you visit Zoobic instead. It’s a good thing Paradizoo is just near Metro Manila, so you can check anytime during weekends.

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To get to Paradizoo, just take the main road from Tagaytay Rotonda going to Batangas. After passing Mendez market, watch out for the Paradiso sign on the right. From that corner, it’s a 10 minute drive on a dirt road which will lead you all the way to Paradizoo.

Entrance Fee to Paradizoo is P199/person. Golf Cart rental is P100, horse back riding cost P25.

By the way, before reaching the street that leads to Paradizoo, you might want to check out a coffee shop and bakery called Bag of Beans, just right after the market. I highly recommend taking your breakfast there. Find out why at Pinoy Urban Blog.

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  • grace

    hi! i would like to know your land line so i can inquire for our educational trip on feb 4, 2010.

    tnx!

  • leizie

    ng field trip kmi jan no ay inggit cla

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  • rosally alano

    whats their contac number and the rates per person? adult? or child? thanks

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  • narciso

    may i know if you are open this coming wednesday

    can i call you now pls.

    what is is phone nos. pls

  • maggie

    I just want to let you know that we visited Paradizoo last 18 Oct but we were very disappointed because the staff did not honor the rates shown on their website. We were a group of 10 plus kids. They want us to buy Php199 package instead of the P99 since it is a weekend. They said that the Php99 is only applicable on weekdays. But that is not the info shown in the website. There is no such distinction that weekend rate is different from weekdays. They are saying the Php 199 will entitle us to visit Residence Inn but we don’t want to go to Residence Inn. I told them to ask any superior and see if our request can be granted but the staff just insisted on the Php 199.

    Anyway, we ended up not visiting the farm. It is just so disheartening, especially for the kids who woke up early and was expecting a good time with the animals.

    If the rates have indeed changed, I would suggest that they update their website.

  • I-Charity

    Hi! I’m a student of Signal National High School Annex or we say Pres. Diosdado Macapagal High School. I’m a fist year student and we have been there for an educational trip last sept. 26, 2008. We really liked the place especially the animals we can really try to get milk from a goat. And the employees are very kind to us even if we are very noisy…

  • nelson

    hi,, im from tagaytay,,, my home is walkng distance from paradizoo.. qng nd pa kyo nkrrting ng tagaytay,,, u miz d half of ur lyf….. wt r u wtting 4r go 2 tagaytay,,, and c wt good view is all about,,,,,

  • lanie

    helo,gud day…on saturday wer planning 2 go in2 tagaytay with whole family..can u pls send 2 my email the details how 2 get there? many tnx

  • jessica

    i just wanna ask,the contact no.para makapag inquire..thanks alot..

  • regine ilano

    gud day!!

    Tanong ko po kung ano tel # dyan. mag inquire kmi sa Paradise Zoo (mini zoo). Para po sa CFC FFL (Kids for Family & Life).Tnx GOD BLESS PO.

  • http://cantosph.com cantosph

    this farm, it’s not that good. i swear… it’s only my opinion.

    we went there 2 weeks ago and we did not enjoy the place…

    i hope you don’t mind the link..
    http://cantosph.com/paradizoo-tagaytay/

  • carmela

    hi,

    Kindly fill up the details below for we are looking for a place to spend our company outing for 2008. Thank you.

    Place: Exact location
    Facilities/Activities:
    Distance from Manila: Travel time
    Cost: Per head Charge

    * We are approximately 216 employees. If we will be coming by 7 batches, 30-35 persons per batch, how much would it Paradizoo?

    Thank you.
    Carmela

  • nemi

    here’s my mobile no 09212635044, thanks alot!

  • nemi

    i just wonder if you have an air-conditoned facility which can be stayed for an overnight & an area for team building for my clients. its a todlers & elementary level. i hope for an urgent reply plus a mobile no of the concerned person for fast querry. thanks alot!

  • stephanie

    it was certainly an interesting place. the rain ruined it all though. and after taking a look at the website http://www.paradizoo.com i realized we missed the perpetual park. i wonder why they did not show it. i feel like i missed a lot. blame it all on the rain.

  • Darlyn

    Hi. Does anyone knows about the staff who runs this farm?

  • faithlove

    We’ve been to Tagaytay before and the last place we went to was the Residence Inn but we didn’t know that there is a place called Paradizoo until we saw it on tv. Based on what we saw its a nice place and can’t wait to go there.

  • bianca

    it’s a beautiful place, although muddy place……

    thanks for touring us around..

    1st year student of MPC

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  • http://fielsvd.blogspot.com/ Felmar Fiel

    what a consequence! i have been here in tagaytay for several years and just this week i am planning to go there this weekend! good preview!