Crocodiles are fascinating monsters that roam in our lands and lurk in our rivers. They are predators and see us as preys or food so it’s really amazing to be just a few feet away from them. In Davao Crocodile Park, you’ll see dozens of these amazing creatures just relaxing beneath the trees or swimming in their ponds. You can even try to feed them and there are also animal shows.
The park is not only home to crocodiles but also to other animals like parrots, eagles, ostriches, bats, tigers, orangutans, deer and more. At a very affordable price, you can see and appreciate the beauty of the other creatures made by God.
Crocodile Park Entrance Fees
150 Pesos for Adults
75 Pesos for Kids
The entrance fees include entrance to Tibu K’Mindanawan Cultural Village and the Butterfly Farm. Starting 3 PM every Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the entrance fees become 200 Pesos for adults and 100 Pesos for kids. You can also contact them through the following numbers:
286 8883 and 221 7749 (Phone Numbers)
0923-659-3727 (Mobile Numbers)
Schedule of Activities
|4:00 PM||Crocodile Frenzy/Crocodile Feeding (Yearling Stage Crocodiles)|
|4:15 PM||Animal Petting|
|4:00 PM||Crocodile Frenzy (Yearling & Juvenile Stage Crocodiles|
|4:10 PM||Pangil’s Feeding (The Biggest Crocodile in the Park|
|4:15 PM||Animal Petting|
|FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY|
|4:00 PM||Raptor Bird Show / Educational Show|
|4:20 PM||Pangil Encounter|
|4:25 PM||Crocodile Frenzy (Yearling Stage Crocodiles)|
|4:35 PM||Crocodile Dancing|
|4:40 PM||Tightrope Walking|
|5:00 PM||Animal Petting|
Tribu K’Mindawan Cultural Village
In this cultural village, you’ll see the different types of native houses in Southern Mindanao. They also have cultural shows and fire shows at 5:45 PM to 6:30 PM every Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
The Butterfly Farm is like a magical land where there are lots of butterflies flying around you. Just be careful not to hurt or step on those small creatures. There’s also a pond in the center of the farm where there are lots of colorful fish swimming.
It’s so nice to get to observe wild animals to understand them more.
Is the crocodile park more like a zoo or are the animals free to roam in their own environment? Also you mentioned some animal shows, what do they exactly make the animal do?
We’ve been in an Elephant Nature Park in Thailand where the animals were left to be and kept safe for conservation reasons. Is this park you visited the same?
Hi Franca. Thanks for asking 🙂
The park is really more like a zoo. Some crocodiles have big homes with trees and ponds. Though I honestly think that the other crocodiles in the park need to have bigger homes. For the animal show, they have trained birds and all of them look really healthy.
A Butterfly Farm! Wow! What a wonderful idea!
Being in the butterfly farm is really like a fairy tale. Too bad a kid has stepped on a buttefly… T.T