Overcome your fears of these ferocious monsters, for they conquered this part of Clark, Angeles, Pampanga. Hundreds of them, different kinds and sizes, are scattered and kept captive inside the walled park known as Dinosaur Island, only it's not really an island per se.
In my girls' recent class field trip, I was the one who chaperoned them, I thought I wouldn't be able to enjoy it, since I'll be flying the next day to Cebu, but I made sure that I keep my girls safe, hydrated enough and having a blast with their friends and classmates. Though, I hated walking under the sweltering heat of the sun, I just made the most of it while keeping up with my Dana and Danica.
The planned itinerary all summed up in Clark Free Port, Angeles City, Pampanga. We first visited Nayong Pilipino, then the aircraft park, next is the Creamline Factory, and finally at Dino Island Park.
The tour and entrance fee is P 150.00, this includes activities such as the walk along the Dino Trail with a tour guide, entrance to the Fossils Museum, and an entertaining (yet scary) dance number from some dinosaur mascots.
The following photos show how exciting the tour was, as if you were walking on a forest being migrated by semi-life-sized dinosaurs.
First, pardon me for the not so clear photos, as I didn't manage to bring my heavy dslr, I guess not for this trip though, since I anticipated.