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Strawberry Farm, La Trinidad

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Experience local farm life as you pick and indulge in sweet fresh strawberries at Strawberry Farm. Rows of crops lay in a field surrounded by hills dotted with houses of local farmers. If you don't want to get dirty, simply purchase some of the fresh fruit from the local store. Other crops such as lettuce also grow here. Plan your visit to Strawberry Farm and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our La Trinidad tour planner.
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  • The Strawberry Farm also yields other veggies besides the sweet fruit. Lettuces, broccolis, cauliflowers and tomatoes are just a few of the vegetables harvested from the area. They are really fresh. T...  more »
  • The place is not inviting at all. We discovered after we bought strawberries that the water used for the plants came from the canal! Omg! It is not even a farm! It is surrounded with houses! Hay naku!...  more »
  • The "Salad Bowl of Philippines" this farm offers the most succulent flavorful strawberries and other fruits in this country. Everything strawberries and Igorot. Get their strawberry delicacies and you...  more »
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  • We visited the farm off-season. Be sure to pay a visit during peak season (December to February) to enjoy picking strawberries. There are also other variety of plants.
  • Get ready to have dirt/mud on your shoes. You get to pick the strawberries yourself but it costs more as compared to those readily available on the stores. Nice experience though esp for the kids. It is advisable to visit this place early in the morning to experience a pleasant temperature and avoid traffic and dense crowds. Stores around the area offer bulk prices that you can still negotiate: vegetables, strawberries, other pasalubong items, mementos, souvenirs.
  • Yes, itโ€™s expensive but we had an enjoyable time. We paid 450 pesos for the privilege of picking a kilo of strawberries that normally sells at 150 pesos at fruit stores. At least we walked away feeling that our carefully selected berries were fresh and will survive longer. The owners of our host farm were friendly and helpful. We heeded their advice to not wash the fragile berries until we are ready to eat them because the moisture will attract molds. To maintain the freshness of the berries, we were also told to wrap them in dry newspaper and refrain from refrigerating them until they reach the lowlands. All these paid off as the berries survived for three days without problems.
  • Amazing place! People are also friendly. You can haggle for the strawberry picking prize according to what you want. They are also very cheerful.
  • We went here in the morning which is great because the farm's not that crowded yet. Good thing we're wearing closed shoes, it was muddy and slippery so i've just opted to buy strawberry on the way out instead of picking them by myself. The charge was P450 pesos for 1 kilo which is expensive, but you get to enjoy and experience picking them on your own. I just got mine for P200 a kilo, all clean and ready to eat! I prefer it this way rather than making a mess of my shoes! ๐Ÿ˜‰