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T'was my husband and I to visit this place. The farm was so lovely. It's my first experience to pick fresh strawberries from the shrubs. My son son who's one year old loved eating the strawberries we picked. There were also other leafy veggies in...More
We visited the strawberry farm during a lovely cool sunday morning.It is about a 10 t0 15 min. drive from Baguio. Many stalls with friendly Filipinos selling strawberry wine, brandy, jam and all kinds of goods.
I can definitely recommend the strawberry jam. It also...More
If you're after experience, this is something you should try. For Php500/kl, they'll provide you with a basket and scissors to pick the strawberries of your choice. But if you're just after the strawberries itself, the price outside the farm is half.Other fruits and veggies...More
The strawberry farm is located in the nearby town of La Trinidad, Benguet. We went there around midday with friends to buy fresh strawberries straight from the farm.
The place is also surrounded with flowers, lettuces and other plants. The ambiance is really relaxing, and...More
The Strawberry Farm is a site to behold. You’ll see several strawberry plots. We went there in June and there was no strawberries to be seen but I saw some crunchy looking lettuce.
There were stalls selling strawberry wine and strawberry juice and a pack...More
Due to the end of Strawberry season, we did not experience Strawberry picking. But you are allowed to cross the pathways to see each beds of growing Strawberries. They also have strawberry ice cream that is a must to taste.
I love the air and ambiance. I feel like I am located in the different country when I am picking strawberries. Anyway the entrance is for free but if you wish to do the picking by yourself then you have to pay 500php. You can...More
Entrance is free for pictures only but picking strawberries has a price. It’s much better to buy strawberries from the stalls outside the farm. Though it’s not just strawberries you can buy from the farm, you may also buy sunflower, cabbage and more. Very accomodating...More