Part II: Island Cove Farm

It was extremely hot and we got drenched in sweat, by the time we got to the Crocodile Farm, but that didn't stop us to learn more on the wonders and beauty of God's creations.

The main hall of the Crocodile Farm has a mini-photo exhibit area with trivia to keep the visitors informed.

From the main hall, there's another door leading into the Crocodile Farm. The farm has a large number of Philippine Crocodiles in several pens segregated according to size.

Inside the Crocodile Farm is the Monkey Island wherein few Maragondon monkeys were seen during our visit.

Island Cove Farm is open from 9am to 6pm. You may ask the people from the front desk regarding the tour and shuttle service if you intend to visit the farm.

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