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Tarsier Botanika, Panglao Island
(2.8/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Meet the tarsier, one of the world’s most timid, large-eyed creatures, at Tarsier Botanika. This botanical garden boasts over 2,000 species of tropical plants, as well as seaside walkways and small villas built in the style of traditional pyramidal Ifugao houses. However, the tarsiers stand out as the main attraction. While you can happily observe the timid creatures, you should keep your voice down and try not to alarm them, as they scare easily. A French couple designed the villas and the gardens and decorated them with stone carvings and metal sculptures of tarsiers, ants, and crabs, among other animals. The resort also features an equestrian center where you can learn basic dressage techniques. Take a look at our Dauis vacation trip planner to schedule your visit to Tarsier Botanika and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • Is only for guests staying there, we paid us on got go on on the back between the restaurant and the reception to get the switch back, then when we would take a look at the animals so we did not get it either because it was only for the hotel guests.
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  • The reserve is huge! Because tarsiers are nocturnal animals, we only saw a few but no worries with only seeing a few. This is because each tarsier we saw was cute and different from the other tarsiers...  more »
  • The place is small where we roam to see the Tarsier. But the sanctuary for the Tarsier is big. More than 1 thousand Tarsier is roaming around the Santuary. The workers answer each guest questions acco...  more »