The Crocodile Farm and Nature Park, located along Puerto Princesa South Road in Puerto Princesa, Palawan, is a popular tourist attraction in the area. The official name of the facility is the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center (PWRCC), but it is commonly referred to as the Crocodile Farm.
The Crocodile Farm serves as a sanctuary for various species of crocodiles, including the Philippine crocodile, which is a critically endangered species. The facility aims to conserve and protect these reptiles while also providing educational opportunities for visitors.
At the Crocodile Farm and Nature Park, you can observe the crocodiles in their natural habitats and learn about their biology, behavior, and conservation efforts. The facility conducts guided tours where you can see crocodile enclosures, hatcheries, and breeding ponds.
Aside from crocodiles, the park also houses other wildlife species native to Palawan, such as birds, reptiles, and mammals. You may have the chance to see animals like the Palawan bearcat (binturong), Palawan peacock-pheasant, and various bird species during your visit.
The Crocodile Farm and Nature Park provides an opportunity to learn about wildlife conservation efforts and the importance of protecting endangered species. It also offers educational presentations and programs to raise awareness among visitors, especially children.