Paradizoo in Tagaytay: The First and Only Theme Farm in the City
Located along Maglabe Drive in Mendez, Cavite, Paradizoo is a 10-hectare farm and zoo that has a very refreshing and laid-back countryside feel.
Give your kids a fun and educational tour at Paradizoo in Tagaytay!
This theme park offers a good tour of nature, perfect for young people and families with kids. Paradizoo lets you learn not only about different animals but also extensively about insect and plant life.
This colorful garden would make for great photos!
Paradizoo paints a different picture of a zoo. Instead of the usual tigers, monkeys, or crocodiles that you would see in a typical zoo, you will find llamas, camels, miniature horses, ostriches and other domestic farm animals that are also not often seen in local farms in the country.
Eat well, young camel!
Want to play a staring game?
Why, hello, cute little miniature horses!
Besides interacting with the cute and friendly animals, you can also tour around healthy green landscapes and colorful flower gardens, and learn about agriculture, gardening and farming practices.
You’ll find that farming is fun at Paradizoo, too.
There are many other activities you can enjoy like having a picnic in their meditation garden, picking vegetables and flowers, riding a camel, shopping at their souvenir shop, and more. There is also a playground area that kids will surely love.
This shuttle bus can conveniently bring you to and fro Paradizoo and its sister zoo Zoori at Residence Inn Tagaytay.
Whether you’re in a private vehicle or commuting, going to Paradizoo is not that difficult even though it’s far from the main road. If you’re driving, just drive along Tagaytay-Mendez Road until you find Maglabe Drive. If commuting, there are shuttle buses going to Paradizoo from Zoori at Residence Inn (another zoo under the same company as Paradizoo), which is located on Tagaytay-Nasugbu Road.
Address: Km. 63 Panungyan, Mendez, Cavite
Contact numbers: (046)413-1244 / (02)899-9824 / (02)899-9828
Operating hours: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. (Mon. to Sun.)
Entrance fee: Php 199 (adult), Php 149 (child 3-4ft.), children 3ft. below are free of charge
Written by Rizelle “Rei” Leaño