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Dinner In The Dark and Night Safari at Zoobic Safari With Zoomanity Group

We know that travel is very popular these days. It's even more popular with those who have access with technology because of easier ways to find information about popular travel destinations. Through the Internet, it's easy to plan for a weekend getaway nowadays.



As a blogger, writing about amazing vacation is an exciting task. For me, it's the best gift for being so passionate about sharing my own travel experiences. No wonder I accepted the invitation to visit Zoobic Safari again with my fellow online influencers.

Last time, I visited the popular theme park to celebrate World Animal Day 2016 at Zoobic Safari with Zoomanity Group and other guests. It was a memorable experience since I was able to witness the blessing of young animals that are part of the zoo at the said travel destination.

This time, we had a chance to experience what it would like to be blind through a special dinner event called "Dinner in the Dark" by Zoomanity Group. It's a unique experience for me since I had an opportunity to live in total darkness in less than an hour.

It's not really easy to be blind. Honestly, I didn't feel anxious when we were blindfolded to enter the dining hall. At that time, I was imagining the kind of food and drinks they will serve us. It's a good thing that a blind woman named Rosette guided us inside the dining hall. Her husband gave a short talk after dinner. Before eating, I used my sense of touch to have an idea of what they served us. We ate paella valenciana, hardinera, breaded onion rings, and a dessert. It was memorable.





Aside from the exciting Dinner in the Dark, we had a chance to tour around the petting zoo. We've seen miniature horses, donkeys, a monogamous otter roaming around its den, a white umbrella cockatoo, a liger, snakes, lizards, iguanas and other amazing animals.

We had also a chance to experience the Night Safari, which is really spectacular and has given us a chance to love nature even more. It was the highlight of our travel experiences and I'm grateful that I participated in this event. I had so much fun!


Zoomanity Group, one of the leading companies in the park industry, will host series of Dinner in the Dark for the benefit of the Eye Bank Foundation of the Philippines. This exceptional event will create awareness to all of us what it is like to lose our sense of sight and appreciate it even more. Guests will have a 30-minute orientation before the dinner which will be held in different Zoomanity parks and restaurants. During the dinner, the participants' sense of sight will be totally diminished then their other senses will take over and will be heightened. Wonderful scents and sounds, and beautiful music, will be expected as well.

Catch this special dinner offer from 5-8 PM (including pre-dinner orientation) on the following dates:

November 5 Residence Inn in Tagaytay
November 12 Zoobic Safari in Subic
November 15 Misono Restaurant in Jupiter Street Makati
November 17 Jinsei Japanese Restaurant in Vivere Hotel
November 21 Midori Japanese Restaurant in Alabang
November 24 Metro Ruins in Metropolitan Makati
November 26 Zoocobia Fun Zoo in Clark, Pampanga
December 3 Zooper Cruise, Pasig River Cruise



For tickets and more information, please contact the Zoomanity Group at (02)889-9824-28, (02)8957142, 0915-890-4728 or email zoomanitygroup@gmail.com.
Have you been to Zoobic Safari? Let's talk about your experiences in the comments below. Stay safe! :)

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