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Was worried when the taxi driver did not know where it was in a small city like Cebu you'd expect them to know. Its really someones house with a large garden. Was a interesting talk on the history of the collection, but there was little...More
If you are not afraid of caterpillars, this is a nice place to visit. Butterflies from the area are attracted to the place with the flowers in it. It features butterflies in the area and they do cultivate caterpillars to save and propagate butterflies
Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary is well worth a visit to see and I do recommend a visit, however it could be better in my opinion.
I enjoyed hearing about the life cycle of the butterflies, the difference between butterflies and moths, migration, reproductive cycle and life...More
When i haven't get in yet, i was a bit disappointed because the place was not too amazing. When i get the place to get in, i was amazed the beauty of the butterflies. Variety and colorful butterflies you'll see.
Yes it is something to see. I did this visit to check out butterfly's and learned a lot. Our guide Ariel De Asia Reyes was a fountain of information concerning butterfly's and their environment. A short walk in the garden is fun. My favorite was...More
At first, I was a bit disappointed because the place looked more of a house with a small garden than a sanctuary. Upon entering the place, I was mesmerized by it. The guide was a small part time working student and I was really entertained...More
I was lucky to be part of Cebu Historical Affairs Commission office family because of that I am able to visit Jumalon Butterfly Sanctuary for free and we are exclusively tour guided by the Son of Mr. Julian jumalon none another than Mr. Renato Jumalon...More
I really enjoyed this visit. We were expecting it to be a short trip, but ended up staying for hours. First we looked at the dried butterflies, they were really pretty. Then we saw some interesting variations such as dwarf butterfly specimens.
We also were...More
They have a mini museum about the types of butterflies inside the house but the collection has not been udpated. And the house needs upkeep to better display the collections.
The gardens are not kept well and there was no butterfly in it.