And so after we went to “Kamay ni Hesus ” church, we headed to one the main attractions of the said place. There was this Giant replica of Noah’s Arc and it’s pretty impressive how detailed the place was.
Going to the Noah’s Arc will take you approximately 15-20 minutes from the church. Quite tiring but it has nothing to compare once you get there since it was quite a rewarding experience to see those big and life-sized replicas.
It is a life-sized replica completed with some creative life-sized statues of animals as well. Actually, since the place is seated beside the Mount Banahaw, the entire ambiance of this Forest-like environment is actually good enough for me.
Moving closer, you’ll meet those friendly giant animal statues which obviously come in pair.
Look at these Polar Bear duo? So detail isn’t? Oh by the way, the man in the picture is my Uncle.
There was a small pond beside the Arc too which makes the entire place more realistic.
My cousin taking her best shot in front of this giant Elephant.
Of course, the Arc will not be completed without its creator, Noah. At front deck, you’ll see him with the rest of the animals.
If you’re expecting more inside, well, do not set any expectation to meet more animals because you’ll see nothing there but several memorabilia stores. We bought some souvenirs of course including this bracelet below.
Next: We’re heading to the Fourteen Stations of the Cross.