Strawberry Farm, La Trinidad

3.8
#1 of 8 in Outdoors in Benguet Province
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. Use our La Trinidad trip planner to add Strawberry Farm and other attractions to your La Trinidad vacation plans.
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  • Well what can I say, I finally did it! It is my dream to go to this place, pick ripe and plump and juicy and big strawberries... ... and ... I am disappointed. Maybe I went too late that the berries w...  more »
  • i miss the ice cream their.. it has different taste from the ones sold in the market ...the first thing i will be looking if ill be back in benguet  more »
  • Strawberry Farm allows someone to enjoy fresh strawberries or jam. Vegetables are also available. Come and see.  more »
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  • Nearly 30 minutes away from Baguio City Proper is La Trinidad Valley whose main attraction is its vast strawberry farms, making it the strawberry capital of the Philippines. Its floor elevation is 1,300 meters above sea level which explains the cold temperature in the valley, perfect for growing strawberries all year long. 💕
  • Strawberry products abound here as it is the main source of strawberries in Benguet. Apart from strawberry products like jam and wine, there are products made from other fruits and vegetables as well as fresh fruits and vegetables. You may also go to the farm and enjoy picking your own fresh strawberries. Other souvenirs are also available. You can even rent out authentic tribal costumes and have your pictures taken. The area however gets muddy when it rains and could get to be so crowded during the peak season.
  • Amazing experience! Yes, the strawberries cost more when you do the picking (P400-450), but you are actually paying for the experience.. and the entire family loved it. There's also other choices for picking aside from strawberries, like lettuce, and spring onions. I strongly suggest that you go early in the morning to avoid the crowd, because the farmers only allow one group at a time. After picking, shop at the surrounding vendors/stalls for more strawberries and veggies, which of course is sold at a much cheaper cost. Their Strawberry icecream is a must-try too!
  • Not just a Strawberry farm! This farm also have cabbage, lettuce and sunflowers which they sell for about "3 for ₱100". Though strawberry picking is priced at ₱400 per kilo (note that minimum is 1kilo). All in all, the place is a must visit so you could experience being in the field surrounded by vegetables and fruits and flowers.
  • This is one of my favorite place😍 If you are looking for instagramable photos and at the same time looking for fun activity, you can enjoy picking strawberries😊😊 It was fun and memorable trip. Once you visit here, hope you'll have the same experience as mine. Enjoy!!
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