Exploring Davao City: Davao Crocodile Park

Our next destination was Davao Crocodile Park. A thirty minute drive from Magsaysay Park.
Davao is known for fruit assets such as pomelo, mangosteen, rambutan, lansones and durian. Now, its animal haven , the Davao Crocodile Park, is making waves as a tourist destination in the city.

The Davao Crocodile Park is situated within Riverfront Corporate City, Davao City. It is more than 30 minutes from downtown Davao City.  We paid an entrance fee of 150 pesos for adult and 75 pesos for kids. The tickets gave an admission to the Crocodile Park itself, the Tribu K' Mindanawan cultural show, and a Butterfly House . Aside from these some attractions you can enjoy rolling inside the Zorb and eating exotic food at river walk grill.
The Davao Crocodile Park is home to Pangil , the largest living crocodile  in the Philippines. More than 700 crocodiles, both freshwater and saltwater , at the Davao Crocodile Park. The park showcases a state-of-the-art crocodile farming system at it claims to have the most recent crocodile farm design equipped with modern facilities and equipment.

From the hundreds of crocodiles, the Davao Crocodile Park also plays host to other exotic species of animals such as raptors, monkeys, bear cats, snakes, birds and reptiles, which made our visit to the park even more valuable.
When you achieve the end of your tour, there's a souvenir shop that sell crocs teeth pendants, key holders, t-shirts, toys and etc. that will remind you of you visit to the park.