An attraction that is perfect for a family outing or a hang out with friends that are fellow animal lovers, Philippine Ostrich and Crocodile Farm was established during 1998 and is located in Brgy. Malanang, Opol, Misamis Oriental. This farm has created its own name in the "must visits" list of not only students but also tourists. The farm was able to brand their animals as "Big Bird" and "Crocs", which gives it a friendlier approach for kids and a cute nickname for adults.
For some it might be a boring trip at first but because of the rarity of the animals in the farm, people not only get ...
After featuring OPOL Aviary one of the guide told me that there is an Ostrich and Crocodile farm in Opol, I've heard about this a long time ago but have no chance to check it out. Searching for a video related about it in order to give me an idea how the place looks like but unfortunately there is none so we from OROJAM decided to feature it and show to the world that this really exist here in Mindanao, Opol Misamis Oriental Philippines.
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Located in the heart of Opol, Misamis Oriental, is the country's pioneer in ostrich farming: the Philippine Ostrich and Crocodile Farms, Inc.
Years after being established in 1996, the Ostrich farm as known to many became a popular destination in Opol, attracting not only students but also local tourists who want to meet 'Big Bird' and 'Crocs'. And because of the ostrich's popularity that contributed much on local tourism, the municipal government unit had launched the annual Ostrich Festival in September 2014.
Visiting the said farm is not only feeding our eyes with hefty animals but ...
Philippine Ostrich and Crocodile Farms
Malanang Opol, Misamis Oriental
Approximately 7km drive from the Hiway
This is our first descent of Iponan River. The river is still brown and this is what I remembered almost every time I saw the river at Iponan Bridge since over two or three years ago. This is not because there is always rain upstream. But this is because of the ILLEGAL and unregulated mining upstream like blasting the river banks with high pressure water hoses thus, creating a lot of silt. I really hope the Cagayan de Oro City gov't in coordination with the province of Misamis Oriental will fix this and get rid of all illegal activities upstream. You can still see the remnants of the Sendong ( ...