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Avilon Zoo Entrance Fee, Map, Website, Photos, Video, Promos and how to get there
Have you ever wondered how Avilon Zoo came about its name today? Well, according to some research online, my keyboard led me to see that Avilon actually are two words combined. Aves means bird and lon means land. Combining the two, we simply arrive at Avilon which means “bird land”.
Avilon Zoo is currently the largest zoo existing in the Philippines. It covers a land area of 7.5 hectares. Home to more than 3,000 species of exotic wildlife animals more of which are birds, this travel place is located according to a map in Montalban Rizal, Tiendesitas. View Avilon Zoo map above as a guide.
Common species of animals found are comprise of diversities from birds, fresh water fish, reptiles, mammals, amphibians and many more. Add to the appeal appearing within your sight upon entrance are vast captions of greenery. Avilon Zoo map reveals that is located exactly in San Isidro, Rodriguez, Montalban Rizal so if you want to come over whether via commute transportation or with your own car, it is pretty easy to get there.
Entrance Fees / Rates for Kids and Adult
Avilon Zoo Entrance Rate:
Regular Rate : P300 per head
Kiddie Rate (3.5 feet below) : P200 per head
Opening and Closing Schedule
Weekdays 8:00am to 5:00 pm
Weekends including holidays 8:00am to 6:00pm
Contact Details and Hotline Number
Tel numbers: (+632) 948-9866 and 941-8393
Fax number: (+632) 941-8530
Email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
How To Get There
By commute transportation:
(Information is subject to change without prior notice) : From Quaipo, embark on a ride via jeep or fx bound to Fairview. Take off point is in Litex. From Litex, take another jeepney ride going to Montalban Rizal. Take off point is in Robinson’s Rizal. Take another ride via tricycle going to Avilon Zoo. Usual fare for this trip for a tricycle is about Php 80.00.
Video of Avilon Zoo Bird show is one of the most popular shows you can watch when inside the zoo.
For more information, use the contact details listed above. You may also mail them for inquiries regarding rates and fees if there are any changes especially this coming year, 2012.