It was the first time my kids and I joined a field trip. It was arranged by the school with a tour guide, who pretty much entertained us while on the bus with information, games and 1 or 2 movies. It was ok.
|Welcome to Paradizoo|
For this post, I will share about the Paradizoo visit with photos. I do not actually know the individual fees collected for the venues since the tour guide/school took care of that. Searching on the internet tells me that it’s P149 per person at Paradizoo. It’s free for kids 3 feet and below.
Paradizoo features different farm animals including the famous 5-legged cow, horses, camel, goat, sheep, rabbits, ostrich, birds, chicken and duck. They also have a flower garden, vegetable garden, butterfly garden and a honey bee garden.
|Angel riding a pony|
|Angel feeding rabbits pechay|
|Angel feeding the rabbits carrot|
|Angel feeding the goat|
|Feeding the camel|
Going into the butterfly garden was really nice. A guy told the kids all about butterflies. We were able to see many butterflies and we also chanced upon seeing a caterpillar.
Caterpillar on a leaf
|A bee quote by Einstein|
I think we stayed in Paradizoo for about an hour only. I guess that was enough time for Angel to get acquainted with some of the farm animals and the flowers she rarely sees.
|Carabao statue in the flower garden|
|Mickey Mouse Plant|
|Angel with a mini well behind her|
I’ll share more about the other field trip destinations next time.