Here's the 2nd part of our adventure in Manila Ocean Park. After you exit on the Oceanarium, you will see a stairway that will lead you to Trails to Antarctica.
|Stairway leading to the Trails To Antarctica Entrance|
Trails to Antarctica is like a museum wherein you can see various information about Antarctica, penguin species, explorers that went to Antarctica and many more.
|Entrance to Trails to Antarctica|
|Old World Map|
|History reading with the Kids ( They are not my kids lol)|
|Map of Antarctica|
|Wall Photos and Info about Penguins|
After seeing and reading those great information about Antarctica, you will see a species of penguin called Humboldt Penguins. It is a South-American penguin that can be found in Chile and Peru. They are named after the German explorer Alexander von Humboldt. You can see them through the mirror but you can also have a personal encounter with them and you can also feed them but for an additional cost.
Pictures of Humboldt Penguins
After seeing those Humboldt Penguins, you can also ride a rubber slide through ice for free. Sad to say we didn't took some pictures of that.
They also have another attraction, the Snow Village. But beware because the temperature inside is freaking cold (-15 degrees Celsius) but don't worry, they provide jackets that you can wear.
After going to Snow Village, you can also put your face and pose for some pictures like the ones below.
Do I look like an explorer? lol Well that's all folks. Stay tuned for the part 3 of our Manila Ocean Park Adventure. Thank you so much for your time.