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Davao Crocodile Park

By: | August 1st, 2014 | 0 Comment

Crocodile Farm in our town, located at Riverfront, Diversion road, Maa, Davao City, it’s just a 15 minutes ride from downtown area. Open from Monday to Sunday (Monday to Thursday from 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM and Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 8:00 AM to 7:00 PM).

The Davao crocodile Park all started from the fascination of the owner, Mr. Philip Dizon, to Saltwater and Freshwater Crocodiles. He did not think of it as a lucrative business until he learned that crocodiles are raised in United States not just for public viewing but as well as for production of leather purposes. It was in November 1995 when the government has given the ownerthe accreditation and permit to operate the 1st Davao Crocodile Park. 10 years later , on August 18, 2005, the world-class Davao Crocodile Park was opened with the help of the consultant Dr. Gilbert Buenviaje. The Davao Crocodile Park Inc. is owned and operated by a group of businessmen headed by Mr. Sonny Dizon, a resident of Davao City.


The Davao Crocodile Park is an establishment that showcases a ‘state of the art’ crocodile farming system in the Philippines. It has the most recent crocodile farm design equipped with modern facilities and equipments. The presence of other exotic animal species like raptors, monkeys, bearcats, snakes, birds, and other reptiles makes it one of the most desired tourist destinations in Davao.

Get the chance to see exhibitions done inside cages filled with not one but more than a dozen of these dangerous creatures. Also, you can feed the crocodiles with the assistance of the park employees and, if you are brave enough, you can even pet them. The Crocodile Park also houses other animals like birds, monkeys, snakes and a lot more.

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