The Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center, formerly known as Crocodile Farm, is about 30 minutes outside Puerto Princesa downtown in The Philippines.
At the farm entrance, you can see a skeleton of a huge seawater crocodile with a length of about 5 meters. Afterward, the tour takes you to the Hatchling House, where small crocodiles of different ages can be seen.
Next to the Hatchling house is a cage with larger crocodiles. They have really huge saltwater crocodiles.
How to get to the Crocodile Farm Palawan
The easiest way to get to the Farm is by tricycle. You can also book one of the city tours that usually include a stop at the farm.
When you want to experience the local way of traveling, you can take a multicab for only 23 Pesos. A multicab is a kind of bus that can transport up to about 20 people.
It can drive faster than a tricycle; however, the driver tries to find more passengers when it is not full.
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How much does it costs to visit the Crocodile Farm Palawan
It only costs 40 Pesos (less than 1US$) to enter the Crocodile Farm, including a guided tour that starts every half an hour.
After the tour, you can also visit the wildlife park and take a photo with a small crocodile. You only need to pay extra if you want your photo with the crocodile to be printed.
If you, however, take a photo with your own camera, it is free of charge.
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