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Visited the most famous strawberry farm in the Philippines.

Everytime I visit Baguio, visiting this farm in La Trinidad, which is the capital of Benguet, is always on the list. As a Filipino who doesn't eat strawberries often times, and as a Manileno who can't buy them fresh, going to Strawberry Farm somewhat gives me an excitement to eat them as I pick them.

So here is your La Trinidad Strawberry Farm DIY guide.

ABOUT LA TRINIDAD STRAWBERRY FARM

The Strawberry Farm is located in the nearby town of La Trinidad, Benguet, about less than 10 kms away or 30 minutes travel time from the center of Baguio. You can also side-trip Bell Church and Stobosa Hillside along the way.

Upon entering the gate of La Trinidad Strawberry Farm, you’ll notice that there is a wide space surrounded by souvenir stalls. On the opposite side, you’ll see a giant sculpture of a strawberry. You can take pictures from here.
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THINGS TO DO INSIDE STRAWBERRY FARM


Strawberry Picking

As the name suggests, the main attractions in La Trinidad Strawberry Farm are the strawberries. Picking strawberries is one of the activities you can do here though it is optional. Harvesting your own strawberries is a bit pricey, that costs P350 per kilo.

If you are on a budget and still wanted to take home strawberries, I suggest that you buy a fresh-fetched ones instead for P150-P180 per kilo. The only downside is that they always get out of stock. In the end, you will just look for strawberries in the market.

The strawberry picking season is from November to May. You don’t have to reserve slots, but the best time to go is in the morning, when there’s not a lot of people yet.
The Strawberry Farm also produces other fruits and vegetables, but most people just go to pick strawberries. They say that this farm has the best sunset view in La Trinidad Valley. The natural flowing water around the farm is used to water the strawberries.

You can opt to have a guide who will give you a basket and assist you in picking the ripe fruits. The strawberry is the only fruit with seeds on the outside. It grows very close to the ground and is a member of the rose family. You can succumb to the temptation to eat it and taste for yourself if it’s really sweet.

Vegetable Picking

Aside from the strawberries, you’ll also see different vegetable species grown here. Among them are cabbage, lettuce, spring onions, tomatoes, pechay, broccoli, and many more. I guess these are back-up crops of the farmers since strawberries are seasonal.

Try Strawberry Ice Cream and Taho

There are also local peddlers selling strawberry taho and ice cream. Don’t miss trying these out.

Buy Souvenirs

And if this place is your last destination of your trip, then I suggest that you buy your souvenirs here, too.
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HOW TO GET TO LA TRINIDAD STRAWBERRY FARM

From the public market, ride a jeepney bound for La Trinidad. Fare is less than P20. I suggest you visit in the morning to avoid being stuck with the traffic especially for those who are bringing private vehicles. Parking will take long if you are going during rush hours (same with exiting).

From Manila to Baguio, you can ride buses such as Joy Bus and Victory Liner.
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Strawberry Farm

Address: La Trinidad, Benguet
Hours open: 07:00 am - 07:00 pm daily

HOTELS IN BAGUIO

You may also check the full list of hotels and lodging in Baguio. You can also look for an affordable Airbnb in the city. Get up to P3,100 FREE credits on your first booking.

You may also check Top10 hotels in Baguio on our separate blog.

Read my COMPLETE BAGUIO TRAVEL GUIDE to know more about Baguio City.



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 The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please message us on Facebook.

WHERE TO STAY IN BAGUIO:

 Strawberry Farm Baguio entrance fee 2019 Strawberry Farm Baguio opening Hours Macky's Strawberry Farm Strawberry Farm Baguio entrance fee 2020 Strawberry season in Baguio 2019 Strawberry production in La Trinidad, Benguet Strawberry farm tour Strawberry picking season

La Trinidad Strawberry Farm DIY Guide (How To Get There + Activities)

Strawberry Farm Baguio entrance fee 2019 Strawberry Farm Baguio opening Hours Macky's Strawberry Farm Strawberry Farm Baguio entrance fee 2020 Strawberry season in Baguio 2019 Strawberry production in La Trinidad, Benguet Strawberry farm tour Strawberry picking season
Visited the most famous strawberry farm in the Philippines.

Everytime I visit Baguio, visiting this farm in La Trinidad, which is the capital of Benguet, is always on the list. As a Filipino who doesn't eat strawberries often times, and as a Manileno who can't buy them fresh, going to Strawberry Farm somewhat gives me an excitement to eat them as I pick them.

So here is your La Trinidad Strawberry Farm DIY guide.

ABOUT LA TRINIDAD STRAWBERRY FARM

The Strawberry Farm is located in the nearby town of La Trinidad, Benguet, about less than 10 kms away or 30 minutes travel time from the center of Baguio. You can also side-trip Bell Church and Stobosa Hillside along the way.

Upon entering the gate of La Trinidad Strawberry Farm, you’ll notice that there is a wide space surrounded by souvenir stalls. On the opposite side, you’ll see a giant sculpture of a strawberry. You can take pictures from here.
Loading...

THINGS TO DO INSIDE STRAWBERRY FARM


Strawberry Picking

As the name suggests, the main attractions in La Trinidad Strawberry Farm are the strawberries. Picking strawberries is one of the activities you can do here though it is optional. Harvesting your own strawberries is a bit pricey, that costs P350 per kilo.

If you are on a budget and still wanted to take home strawberries, I suggest that you buy a fresh-fetched ones instead for P150-P180 per kilo. The only downside is that they always get out of stock. In the end, you will just look for strawberries in the market.

The strawberry picking season is from November to May. You don’t have to reserve slots, but the best time to go is in the morning, when there’s not a lot of people yet.
The Strawberry Farm also produces other fruits and vegetables, but most people just go to pick strawberries. They say that this farm has the best sunset view in La Trinidad Valley. The natural flowing water around the farm is used to water the strawberries.

You can opt to have a guide who will give you a basket and assist you in picking the ripe fruits. The strawberry is the only fruit with seeds on the outside. It grows very close to the ground and is a member of the rose family. You can succumb to the temptation to eat it and taste for yourself if it’s really sweet.

Vegetable Picking

Aside from the strawberries, you’ll also see different vegetable species grown here. Among them are cabbage, lettuce, spring onions, tomatoes, pechay, broccoli, and many more. I guess these are back-up crops of the farmers since strawberries are seasonal.

Try Strawberry Ice Cream and Taho

There are also local peddlers selling strawberry taho and ice cream. Don’t miss trying these out.

Buy Souvenirs

And if this place is your last destination of your trip, then I suggest that you buy your souvenirs here, too.
Cheapest Flights and Airline Tickets Online Booking

HOW TO GET TO LA TRINIDAD STRAWBERRY FARM

From the public market, ride a jeepney bound for La Trinidad. Fare is less than P20. I suggest you visit in the morning to avoid being stuck with the traffic especially for those who are bringing private vehicles. Parking will take long if you are going during rush hours (same with exiting).

From Manila to Baguio, you can ride buses such as Joy Bus and Victory Liner.
Powered by 12Go system

 

Strawberry Farm

Address: La Trinidad, Benguet
Hours open: 07:00 am - 07:00 pm daily

HOTELS IN BAGUIO

You may also check the full list of hotels and lodging in Baguio. You can also look for an affordable Airbnb in the city. Get up to P3,100 FREE credits on your first booking.

You may also check Top10 hotels in Baguio on our separate blog.

Read my COMPLETE BAGUIO TRAVEL GUIDE to know more about Baguio City.



Klook.com

IMPORTANT NOTE:
 The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please message us on Facebook.

WHERE TO STAY IN BAGUIO:

 Strawberry Farm Baguio entrance fee 2019 Strawberry Farm Baguio opening Hours Macky's Strawberry Farm Strawberry Farm Baguio entrance fee 2020 Strawberry season in Baguio 2019 Strawberry production in La Trinidad, Benguet Strawberry farm tour Strawberry picking season

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