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Zoomanity launches Zooper Cruise

Who says you need to leave the Metro to relax? We both studied Tertiary in Manila but didn’t really had the chance to explore the area. Now is the perfect time for us to rediscover the busiest City in the Philippines.

The Philippines is well-endowed with many beautiful tourist attractions, yet many Filipinos as well as foreign tourists have not yet discovered the beauty of Metro Manila. Zoomanity Group with an aim to promote education and environmental conservation of Pasig River launches Zooper Cruise, a zooper unique cruise experience under Zoomanity Foundation.

Started last August 25, 2016, Zooper Cruise will be a specially arranged tour in Pasig River every first Saturday of the month. For as slow as P699 to P1, 999, you will get a chance to rediscover the beauty of historical places in Manila like Intramuros and Fort Santiago, highlighting also the World’s 1st and biggest China Town. The tour is complete with good ambiance and music, snacks and drinks, photo souvenir and a lot more.

Zooper Cruise is the newest project under Zoomanity Foundation which is part of our company social responsibility. It caters the 4 pillars of our mission and vision which are Education, Entertainment, Environmental Conservation and Exhibit.


Briefly, Zoomanity Group is one of the leading companies in the theme park industry in the Philippines under the Yupangco Group of Companies. We have more than 30 years of experience in the field and at present, we have eight operating local and international parks namely Zoobic Safari in Subic, Zoocobia Fun Zoo in Clark, Clarkzilla in Clark, Residence Inn in Tagaytay, Paradizoo in Mendez, Cavite, Zoocolate Thrills in Bohol, Zootopia in Nagano, Japan and Animal Research and Development Park in Victoria Australia.

Rediscover the splendor of Manila historical landmarks. To know more about this Zooper Cruise experience, contact us at 899-9819/ 899-9824/0917-9521371 or visit www.zoomanity.com.ph.

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  1. I think this is a great start and trial for Zoomanity. Every 1st Saturday of the month to test the market and see where it goes. I hope Pasig River could be saved. In other countries, I noticed the riverfront are some of the most expensive properties. Pasig River could be like that one day too.

  2. I didn’t know those theme parks belong to one company. How interesting! I think we need more attractions like this in our country especially those which will bring us closer to nature and encourage love of art, history and culture. I wish for the company’s success in this regard.

  3. So far, I’ve visited four zoos of Zoomanity and more to go. It is nice to know about the Zooper Cruise because this will be a new attraction in Metro Manila. Though I find the rate expensive but I do hope that it is worth it. I will wait for more reviews before I will try it.

  4. I have read an article somehow similar to this, and I was really intrigued. Is it really possible to revive the Pasig River? The stench remains in my mind, and I just thought it woud be challenging to arrange cruises on the river. But if this news is indeed true, then, I am very pleased and proud! It is a very good initiative to finally generate something useful from the river. My bf and I love cruises, and I have high hopes that the project will be good (or better) when we get the chance.

  5. I’ve never been to Manila and Im planning to visit by November. Zooper cruise sounded something that’s worth a try specially for first timers like me who haven’t visited the metro. I’ll consider this as an option to try. Hopefully this is somewhere near where we’ll be staying. 🙂

  6. I think this will do very great for our tourism! Plus, now that the Pasig river is way so much better than it was years ago (although there will still be so much work to be done) I’m sure many will be surprised and amazed at how it can actually be used for greater and other purposes such as this!

  7. I’m glad the cruise is back. Before we were supposed to take the cruise with my college friends. That’s about the time it closed though, we were very unlucky. I think we should do a revenge-cruise soon!

  8. How many hours will the Zooper Cruise be? Is it a hop-on and hop-off kind of tour? Or everything will just be seen at a distance. Anyway, I’m sure foreign tourists will find value in this. Hope Pasig river can be fully rehabilitated to attract more tourists.

  9. wow! This one’s interesting! I’d love to give it a try. But certainly not now yet ‘coz my husband is still abroad. I’d love to experience the zooper cruise with him and our son. I think it would be really nice. ♥

  10. I guess I heard it before when I was doing a report on Pasig River. Coming from the city, I take seriously on how people react towards the infamous river. Great to know that it can be used now to hop the history and reminded us how the river played a big role in the past. Have to try this cruise! 🙂

  11. Good thing that they are now reviving the Pasig River. If I’m correct, transpo via the river is already running right. And this one is mainly for cruise? Do they cleaned up water lillies all over the river? It might just cause trouble to the boats and not also that pleasant to the eyes.

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