Zoori – The Residence Inn Zoo Tagaytay

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Have you been routed here while looking for some blog entries about Paradizoo Tagaytay? We would like to let you know that you’re on the wrong page. This area will be discussing more about Zoori, another zoo in Tagaytay which is often mistaken as Paradizoo.

Since you’re already here, let us at least provide you with the necessary information about Paradizoo Tagaytay and how it is different (or the same) from Zoori.  

Paradizoo and Zoori are both under the same management – Zoomanity Group. Other zoos they manage are Zoocolate in Bohol, Zoocobia in Pampanga, and Zootopia in Japan.

Paradizoo and Zoori are both located in Tagaytay.

Zoori vs. Paradizoo

Entrance FeesAddressTime of OperationContact Number
Zoori₱249 – adults
₱199 – kids 3-4
FREE – kids below 3 feet
Km. 65 Brgy. Neogan, Tagaytay CityMonday to Sunday 8AM-5PMCavite Line: (046) 413-1244
Manila Line: (02) 847-0413
Paradizoo₱199 – adults
₱149 – kids 3-4
FREE – kids below 3 feet
Km. 63 Panungyan, Mendexz, CaviteMonday to Sunday 8AM-5PMCavite Line: (046) 423-1244
Manila Line: (02) 847-0413

You can get discounted admission tickets here:



Zoori Tagaytay / Residence Inn Zoo

Zoori is the mini-zoo of Residence Inn Tagaytay, a hotel that hopes to provide an array of exotic treats for bakasyonistas of all ages. It is open not only to the guests of Residence Inn Tagaytay but also to the public.

Click here to find discounted hotel rates in Tagaytay.

Zoori is smaller compared to Paradizoo but it houses a collection of animals like lions, monkeys, crocodiles, birds, and even cubs. Magic and pantomime shows are also available several times a week for kids and adults alike. Some of its attractions are:


View different species of reptiles small and large like snakes, lizards, iguanas, turtles, and other cold-blooded creatures.

Eagles Ridge

Learn and see the different types and species of magnificent eagles.

Zoo Ground

Have a closer look at the different farms and wild animals from lions, tigers, monkeys, camels, goats, and miniature horses.


Get the chance to interact and see different colorful birds in their enclosure plus a once-in-a-lifetime experience to feed them on your hands.

Gazebo – overlooking Tagaytay

Experience and see the breathtaking view of Tall Volcano and Taal Lake while enjoying the cold and relaxing breeze of Tagaytay.


Witness the talent of different animals in action with an awesome magic performance. Every weekend (10:30 am/ 1:30 pm/ 3:00 pm)


Zip line: ₱150 per person
Superman and Cable car: ₱150 per person
5D Simulation: ₱99 per person
Animal Food Basket: ₱20
Bird Thrill Feeding: ₱10
Horse Back Riding: ₱50
Zing Ride for kids: ₱50 per person
Bike Ride: ₱70 (30 minutes); Side Car: ₱100 (30 minutes)
Photo with the tiger: 1-2 person ₱240 (4R picture size); 3-4 persons ₱390 (6R picture size)
Zoovenir Shop

Paradizoo Tagaytay Theme Park

Paradizoo is expansive, unlike Zoori! It is composed of 10 hectares of rolling terrain land, boasting different areas like Farm Animals, Vegetable and Flower gardens, open spaces, and a lot more. Paradizoo is a combination of zoo and theme park, making it the only theme farm concept in Metro Tagaytay. It offers a variety of educational, outdoor, and group outing programs for nature, flowers, and animal lovers.

How to Get to Zoori / Paradizoo

By Private Transportation

Just waze it.

By Public Transportation / Commute

  1. Ride a bus in Cubao going to Alfonso, Balayan or Nasugbu, Batangas.
  2. Tell the bus driver to drop you off at Residence Inn, Tagaytay along the National Highway. It is a 10 minute from Olivares, Tagaytay.

See here the distance between Zoori and Paradizoo:

Zoori or Paradizoo?

If you just want to see animals, your best stop is Zoori; however, if you want to stroll, relax, and enjoy the cool Tagaytay breeze amidst Mother Nature, then Paradizoo it is! Well, since you’re already in Tagaytay, why not visit BOTH?

Also, check Avilon Zoo in Rizal. The largest zoological institution in the Philippines. They y have 3,000 animals belonging to over 500 species.


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