The Crocolandia Foundation Inc is a nature conservation center established in 2001 in Talisay City, Cebu. The Crocolandia Park is home to a number of animals including birds, snakes, lizards and crocodiles. Its main objective is to protect and breed endangered animals, including the Philippine crocodile and sailfin lizard. The park highlights the importance of protecting the rich biodiversity of the Philippines.
The most famous resident of the park is an estuarine crocodile named Lapu-Lapu. The park also houses squirrels, monitor lizards, deer, turtles, ostriches, civets and a Visayan warty pig, among others.
Aside from the animals housed at the Crocolandia Park, it also has a library and museum right in the middle of the premises. The library is located on the second floor of the building. Visitors can read through the books about animals and nature in general. The museum has a number of preserved crocodile and deer bones on display. The bones of the animals were preserved for display and research purposes.
Since it is a family park, it also has a playground for children. While the play area is not quite large, it is suitable enough for children to enjoy their visit to the park. The park also offers a fishing experience to its visitors who may want to test their skills in fishing.
Visitors can also drop by the souvenir shop if they want to take home a memento of their visit to Crocolandia. The shop offers a number of souvenir items including key chains, coin purses and t-shirts. The park also has a restaurant serving food to visitors who may want to take a pause from their tour of the park to have a bite to eat.
The park is accessible to both private and public transportation. The entrance fee at the park is P100 for adults and P50 for children.
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