Philippine Tarsier Recreation Inc., Tawala

(3.2/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
Learn about the life of tarsiers at Philippine Tarsier Recreation Inc.. The organization provides shelter for these tiny, wide-eyed primates, taking care of them and providing a safe environment for their undisturbed reproduction and nurture. Take a tour around the site, which, despite being its modest size, offers you the chance to see many of the smallest primates in the world. Turn off your camera's flash so as not to disturb the creatures. Arrange to visit Philippine Tarsier Recreation Inc. and other attractions in Tawala using our Tawala vacation generator.
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  • The tarsiers are along stations and protected from selfy sticks! Fairly easy to see and adorable. Good for all ages. A little slippery when wet. 
  • This visit was one of our highlights in Bohol. We really loved seeing the Tarsiers, the smallest primate in the world (not smallest monkey, as our tourist guide stressed). We went in the afternoon at ...  more »
  • It is the best place to see the famous Tarsier, smallest moneky in the world. Each of them is guarded (by volunteers!) and this will help protect the species. Unlike other places which catch and keep ...  more »