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Tarsier Conservation Area

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Loay Interior Rd, Loboc 6316, Philippines
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Tarsier can only be found in Bohol island (and some island in Indonesia). It reminds me of furby... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Phuket, Thailand
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Go here, not the one in Bilar!

This place is the original conservation centre for tarsiers in Bohol. Please do not confuse it with... read more

Reviewed yesterday
London, United Kingdom
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Loay Interior Rd, Loboc 6316, Philippines
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Tarsier can only be found in Bohol island (and some island in Indonesia). It reminds me of furby. There are 11 tarsiers in this conservation. Staffs will stand close to each one and point out to tourist. Tarsier is very territorial so they will be...More

Thank TheNayzer
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This place is the original conservation centre for tarsiers in Bohol. Please do not confuse it with the newer one in Bilar which is touristy and unethical, not a true conservation project. You will find 5 tarsiers here and for a small fee a guide...More

Thank Ames0206
Reviewed 2 days ago

We rented a private car and this was one of the stops on our Bohol Countryside Tour. They are quite an interesting animal which has five distinct characteristics: eyes of an owl, body of a monkey, tail like a rat, ears like a bat, fingers...More

Thank Cheryl K
Reviewed 4 days ago

Saw the Tarsier monkeys, but had a feeling that we have really taken away their freedom and now they have to live with this constant bother from noisy humans with lenses and flashes all over their faces.

Thank Steve K
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

There are signs to be silence, but many people (often the Chinese tour groups) aren’t. And the keepers that are present aren’t marking these people quite. These animals are a sleep on daytime, there eyes need to be closed! Very sad place to witness this..

Thank kevink12366
Reviewed 5 days ago

This was a good experience saw around ten Tarsier very cute little creatures and the staff were very knowledgeable about their needs and lives

Thank dariandoreen
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited and you go around a walk way which is well maintained and covered it is just they are sleeping small monkeys - so what!

Thank Andy P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

After paying 50 pesos each to get in, we walked around a short path that took about 10 minutes from start to finish. There are lots of signs up saying ‘silence please’ yet the Chinese/ Japanese tour groups are being so loud, no wonder the...More

Thank elliejsimpson
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We rode here on our way to the Chocolate Hills and it's definitely worth a stop, for 60 peso you do a short walk around some gardens with a number of Tarsiers relaxing in the trees. They're fairly hard to spot however there are a...More

Thank josh b
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

I went to the Tarsier Conservation area yesterday and I am so so disappointed. It did not look like a conservation area but rather like a tourist attraction. Yes, I have been too naive to believe the contrary... it was full of japanese/chinese/corean people (sorry...More

Thank Tania R
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Goral G
17 August 2017|
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Response from Stuart B | Reviewed this property |
45 minutes to One hour should be plenty to walk around the garden area, take photos and visit the gift shop. There is an introduction talk of about 5 minutes before the tour. As far as I know the attraction does not stay... More
5 April 2017|
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Response from allpals | Reviewed this property |
There were 6 in our group
Vincent K
14 March 2017|
Response from katerdeguzman | Reviewed this property |
Hello Vincent, not really sure about the opening hours. But we went there before 4 pm. :)