PACEM Eco Park: Exploring the Philippines' Natural Wonders at Antipolo


If you're up for a road trip with the kids or just want some relaxing nature ambience on a weekend, I'm pretty sure you'll love it at PACEM.

PACEM is a short acronym for Peace And Care For Earth Ministry and is an eco-park within Assumption College at Antipolo. You don't really hear it being recommended by people because Picnic Grove is always top of mind for these kinds of destinations. I'm the type who likes going to quiet places so this was perfect for me.

My friend Mailan and I went here last February (I know, backlog extraordinaire!) and we really loved the place. For Php50, you can enter the eco park and access all displays and sections. They were open until 12NN that Saturday but I hope they extend their business hours every Saturday so more people can go there on the weekend. :)

Going around was just like having a stroll at the (safe) woods and I loved the chirping birds and crickets while we were roaming around (and taking photos for Instagram). 









There were also showcases of animals within the park and a butterfly garden where you can enter. The philippine monkey and owl eagle were my favorites!



There were also a spectacular butterfly and shell gallery showcasing butterfly preserves and shells from all over the world which I wanted to share with all of you but there was a no photo taking policy but yes, I followed the rules. You have to see it for yourselves!

If you're in the mood for a nature adventure, PACEM is one destination to include in that day trip itinerary.

PACEM Center for Peace and Ecology
Assumption Antipolo
Sumulong Highway, Antipolo City
Tel.(+63-2)696-3274 or 697-2354

 

Schedule:
Monday to Friday - 8:00am to 3:30pm
Saturdays - 8:30am to 12:00noon.



3 comments :

  1. That tree house! It looks so breezy up there. It's quite affordable, too. It's no wonder this park will soon gain thousands of attraction. I'm so inlove with nature...

    Mimi | The Foxy Heroine

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    1. Hopefully they'll be discovered by other tourists going to Antipolo. :D

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  2. is there a place where people can picnic? do they allow food?

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