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Strawberry Farm, La Trinidad
(4.1/5 based on 110 reviews on the web)
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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  • It's November and not yet a season for strawberry picking hence we came to experience the farming activities and bought several souvenirs and presents at the clustered shops nearby such as local produ...  more »
  • We were expecting a nice scenic strawberry fields, but in reality it is some small plantations in the middle of the city, very commercial and actually the action is around the stores around 
  • The visit was recommended to me and it was definitely worth the trip. The Strawberry Farm is very close to Hotel Supreme and I would recommend that you pick your own. If you aren't in for the experien...  more »
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  • a very nice place to visit makaka pitas ng fresh straberry from the farm.. maraming pag pipilian na pang pasalubong, much cheaper ang price compared to the market of Baguio.. mabait ang mga locals... they offer many free taste of their products like straberry wine, straberry ice cream and pwede maka kuha ng discount kung maramihan ang bibilin
  • There are times that there are no strawberries on the plants especially after typhoons. If you like plantation, you will like this place. People are friendly. I love their ice cream and taho. Lots of souvenirs here.
  • If you want to witness the beautiful strawberry farm you should go here during the month of December because during this month strawberries bears lot of fruits. What i love here is the strawberry ice cream and taho.
  • The first place we visit when we went to Baguio is the strawberry, i thought it's hard to look for the place. You can ride a jeep going La Trinidad and tell the driver to get you off to strawberry farm. When we get off to the farm it was still fogging. It's very wonderful place. Yet if you want to pick a strawberry of your own that would be expensive unlike if you just buy in the market.
  • All in all a good experience. The concept is very simple, you get a chance to pluck your own strawberry, weigh it, pay the price and eat them. Its just a 30 mins ride from camp john hay where we had stayed (The Manor). My kid throughly enjoyed plucking it, but could not enjoy eating the strawberries as it was aĺl spoilt by the time we reached back home. Apart from strawberries the market has wide verity of vegetables which are much fresh as compared to what you get at Manila supermarkets. I loved strawberries icecream which is available at 20pesos each. This place is a quick halt while returning from baugio. Go there you will enjoy it.