Philippine Tarsier Sanctuary

Tarsier And Wildlife Center
Opening at 9:00 AM
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The Foundation is opening for guest on a special probationary basis as of this time. We are extra careful for the safely of you and our staff.

Guest must be booked 2 days in advance and all booking are still subject for confirmation. Please noted that not all bookings are considered approved. P...

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Close today at 2 pm for an event. Will resume normal
Operations 9am to 4pm opening hours tomorrow.

Thank you for all your reviews! Please keep em coming! We’re trying to make the site a better place for both tarsier and the guests. Yes you can see tarsiers daily. Just respect the silence when in the area.

We open 8:30 am and close at 4pm.
See yah!


a year ago
A great place to visit one of the world's rarest animals. I highly recommend going here instead of the one in Loboc (Tarsier Conservation Area) to avoid the "controversy" around it. It's short and sweet tour of the sanctuary - much like our tiny primates! If you're in the area - definitely worth a visit!
- Rychu G
a year ago
i LOVE this place. Mainly because it's educational and my first time seeing a tarsier. things you need to know, please RESPECT these creatures. they are NOCTURNAL. don't make loud noises as they should be resting and sleeping during the day. Oh and DO NOT touch. please.
- Neno U
a year ago
This place is one of the only place in the world that has a tarshiers sanctuary. These creatures are really tiny and they are extremely sensitive to noise. In case of very loud noises they bang their head on a tree or wall and suicide. They cannot handle change and cannot be taken out of their natural habitat. In that case too, they commit suicide. They have really large eyes and are mostly nocturnal. They can be wild and bite.
- Susanne R

Do Your Share in Saving The Tarsier

NOTE: Make sure to tell the agency or your driver that you want to visit Tarsier Sanctuary in Corella. If not, they will take to the other place just by the road on the way to Chocolate Hills to save time and perhaps some fuel.


Q: Can we see a tarsier?
Ans. Absolutely. 100%

Q: Can we take pictures?
Ans. Yes. Just turn off flash and maintain at least 1 meter distance and keep extra quiet.

Q: Is the trail easy?
Ans. The trail is moderate and varied. There is even one that is wheel chair accessible.

Q: How long is the tour?
Ans. It depends on you. Fastest would be 15 minute.

Q: How much is the fee?
Ans.: P60/person

Q: What is your opening hours?
Ans: 8:30 am to 4:00 pm

Q: Do we need to book in advance?
Ans.: No need. Just walkin within the opening hours and pay the entrance fee

Q: How to get there?
Ans: For public transport just make your way to Dao Jeepney terminal. Ask which jeepney goes to Corella via the Sikatuna route. This jeepney passes direct to us and you should see a big sign on the left. Make sure to tell the driver you are for Tarsier Sanctuary too. They'd drop you there. Fare is P20/person.

Q: Travel time from Tagbilaran City?
Ans: 30 minutes for private transport. 45 minute via jeepney

Q: Best time to visit?
Ans.: If you book via package tour or include us in you Bohol Countryside tour, then best to visit us in the morning, as we close at 4pm and you may not catch us if you decide to visit us last.

If you only have us to visit or a few other destinations, best to visit us in the afternoon at 1pm to 3pm. 

For further questions contact us through:
cell #: 09173039839
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Tarsier Sunctuary Road

Business Hours

Mon:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Tue:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Wed:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Thu:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Fri:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sat:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Sun:9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
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