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Avilon Zoo Ticket in Rizal
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US$ 15.90

US$ 11.95

Luljetta's Hanging Gardens Spa Day Pass
★ 4.7
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US$ 22.89

From US$ 17.79

Kubs Mountain Resort Day Tour
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US$ 23.85

Tanay, Rizal Day Tour from Manila
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US$ 19.85

Treasure Mountain Day Tour in Rizal
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From US$ 8.95

Loreland Farm Resort Stay with Breakfast
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US$ 89.45

From US$ 71.59

ATV Experience in Rizal by ATV Adventures Rizal
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US$ 29.85

From US$ 29.69

Mount Purro Nature Reserve Day Tour in Antipolo
★ 4.6
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US$ 15.90

US$ 15.19

LeBlanc Hotel and Resort Stay with Breakfast
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US$ 116.29

From US$ 70.05

Mt. Pugad + The Peak Campsite Tour
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Experiences for everyone in Rizal

Nature Trips
Go on an expedition into the verdant landscapes of Rizal for hikes up its magnificent mountains and walks along the sun-dappled trails of its conservation sites
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Contrary to the description in the main, animal shows are not held even on weekends. There is nothing you can do with your children except for giraffes and fish. The zoo is large, so it's okay to take a walk, but if you only want to follow the number signs, there are many stairs, and strollers and wheelchairs can make it difficult to move. It is a pity that 600 pesos per person is an entrance fee depending on the size of the zoo, and there is no animal show, and there are few parts to experience. I hope that no one gets caught in the description of the main screen animal show. However, I will give you 5 stars in terms of being able to go with your child in the Philippines in the case of coronavirus.
Contrary to the description in the main, animal shows are not held even on weekends. There is nothing you can do with your children except for giraffes and fish. The zoo is large, so it's okay to take a walk, but if you only want to follow the number signs, there are many stairs, and strollers and wheelchairs can make it difficult to move. It is a pity that 600 pesos per person is an entrance fee depending on the size of the zoo, and there is no animal show, and there are few parts to experience. I hope that no one gets caught in the description of the main screen animal show. However, I will give you 5 stars in terms of being able to go with your child in the Philippines in the case of coronavirus.
been wanting to book Luljetta's Hanging Garden for a long time and it made easy by klook. super hassle free. and for the activity itself, very relaxing and the ambience of the place is so nice. even the staffs are all accommodating. a very private place to have a good and relax time with your loved ones and friends. stressfree day away from the city. thumbs up to klook team.