Strawberry Farm

La Trinidad, Benguet

Strawberry Farm
4.2
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Bernadette T.
5.0 Stars

Going to Baguio wouldn't be complete if you're not going strawberry picking. Since it was our last day in Baguio, we really took the time to go here. Cause hey, strawberry picking is always a plus for me.

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Mary Margaret M.
4.0 Stars
4

Our original plan was to just have a road trip from Manaoag Church to Baguio back and forth, but we've changed plan since my mom feels like staying overnight at Baguio. This trip was our birthday treat for my mom and to celebrate Father's day at the same time.

Fast forward. Early morning before we check-out, we've decided to visit Strawberry farm since the hotel was just near from it. As we were heading to La Trinidad, I was in awe to see beautiful colorful houses. My eyes was twinkling with wonder as I gazed up my head from the window car. This is something well worth a stopover to have a quick shot of it. Houses here has given a new life, with a beaming blast of colours.

When we've finally reached Strawberry Farm, the first thing I did was to buy a strawberry Icecream. Their cheapest price of their small size icecream is 25pesos and the instagrammable one (big) as mentioned by Kuya sorbetero is 50 pesos. Outside the strawberry farm, you could buy fresh vegetables and fruits (not to mention strawberries 128513). I can say, my mom's mini pamamalengke here was super sulit because she was able to buy everything she wanted for a cheaper price. One thing you should never miss out is their Sagada orange which was really really sweet! 128525 They have free taste so you can judge for yourselves. 4 pieces of Sagada orange is worth 100 pesos. But if you have great convincing power like my mom, you can have 5 oranges for 100 pesos only. Also, there are lots of stores selling souvenirs and pasalubong for your friends and love one's. From strawberry jam, ube, to keychain to useful household wares.

Strawberry Farm La Trinidad not only gives you free access to their farm but also lets you experience strawberry picking. Too bad there is no strawberry picking that day. If you're lucky enough, 1 kilo of strawberry picking is worth 500 pesos.

The only sad thing about this place that made me disappointed is to see a number of trash inside the farm (huhu.. 128557). From plastic cups, candy wrappers, plastic spoon, plastic bags etc. Too many irresponsible and no conscience people throwing their trashes around.

If you ever find yourself planning a trip to Baguio, make sure to spend at least some time a day at Strawberry Farm. Your trip wouldn't be complete without paying a visit here.

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Annechile S.
4.0 Stars

Been to Baguio for quite a few times, but first time to go here. Picking strawberries was fun! The strawberry ice cream was really yum! 128076🏼128523

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Jacob N.
5.0 Stars
4

We were not really planning on going here when we visited Baguio because its not the season of strawberries but we end up going anyway because Lapresa was closed for renovation.. 128542

When we arrived we were greeted by so many strawberry icecream vendors. I was not planning on buying one since I already tasted it in burnham park, but then I noticed that it looks a lot better. So I tried and it did not disappoint! Forget the strawberry icecreams in the parks of Baguio, this one has CHEESE in it! 128514128523 this big pink cup costs 50, its kinda expensive for a sorbetes but its worth it!

Then there was this tuhog tuhog stand in the middle! 128525 the vendor Kuya Joel was nice! He called us "ading" which I guess means kapatid for the north peeps, he has everything from fishballs to kikiams to calamares to kwek kwek and chicken necks! Lol sarap! I almost forgot my disappointment on lapresa being rennovated 128514

Then we went to the farm, I did not expect to see strawberries because the land was dry.. The view was good tho, 128513 and we were able to buy some freshly picked strawberries for 200 per kilo! Not bad! ( I ate it all later on in the hotel room with condense milk and all purpose creAm 128584128514).

All in all it was a fun experience 128523

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Marylouise M.
5.0 Stars
5

I'm so inlove with the Strawberry Farm at La Trinidad, Benguet. It's just 30 minutes from the Baguio City. It's a new unique experience with the whole family to go there because of the nice cold weather. You can pick the fresh strawberries and lettuces right alongside the Ibaloi Farmers. The Ibaloi Farmers are selling the baskets with your pick of strawberries and lettuce, and it costs depend on your picks. It's perfect to bring home. The strawberries and lettuces are really fresh. The strawberries are very delicate, red and super sweet. The lettuce are green and so crunchy! It's such a good, love and sweet experience when you have it. The Ibaloi farmers are the only farmers that planted fresh strawberries and fresh lettuces. It's the best when it's in season, because the strawberries are really really fresh and sweet.

The cold weather there was so perfect for walking and picking. They have so many souvenir shops that sells creative unique style and have a good qualities better than the other. When we're walking with the cold weather and my family, we noticed the foggy clouds over the skies and it's really whiter sky like a soft cotton candy. And I really loved it!

While walking and enjoying the cold weather, we saw the mountain in the end of the farm. The mountain looks great and so green. We can't see the other part of mountain because of the fog. The mountain was so high and it looks like we're nearly half there. If we take a picture, you will see the mountain in the background. it's the perfect escaped.

The famous strawberry flavored soya (taho) was taste like real strawberry, it's very sweet and cute because of the color it's so pink. The Strawberry ice cream is so famous too because of the strawberry it's really cold, sweet and pink. We bought some yummy stuffs too like the famous strawberry jam, the sweet peanut brittle, and so many yummy foods.

What I really loved is the beautiful ambiance, the strawberry flavored foods, the cold weather and the super nice view because I was so relaxing and so amazed with the Strawberry Farm, and it's different from the other farm. Very wonderful place, nice to pick strawberries and lettuces, perfect for walking, enjoying the beautiful view, and it's a cold great place. 100841008410084
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Mary Love S.
4.0 Stars

I love strawberries! But it could be quite expensive here in Manila. A box of huge strawberries could cost from PHP800 to PHP1,500. With its steep price, I wait for my dad to buy me some. Or eat strawberries till I pop when in buffets. (Sadly, I only experienced this in LA and Las Vegas. I have yet to see a buffet that serves strawberries here in Manila. Know some? Tell meeeee!)

The closest I could get to reasonably priced strawberries without flying is Baguio. Though a tad smaller, the sweet Baguio strawberries do not disappoint.

My sister told me that some of our cousins went to La Trinidad one time to pick some strawberries. PICK FRESH STRAWBERRIES! 127827

Since R and I had nothing to do when we visited the land of ube jam, I asked him if we could try it out for the "fun experience". That's my only way to justify its price of PHP350 per basket.

But I guess I didn't do enough research as the place was not ready for strawberry picking when we went around May. Apparently, strawberry picking happens from November to March with February to be said as the best month for the activity.

We ended up just buying some local pasalubong from the small stores outside. I liked how it was arranged though. All fresh goods are on one side and all packaged ones are all together. The sellers also act like a community and help each other by co-selling. (The place looks sad and abandoned though despite the crowd looking around the stalls.)

I also got my first ever strawberry sorbetes (dirty ice cream or ice cream street food) aaaaaand I was impressed! It did taste like strawberries! And it was so much better than the ones available in supermarkets.

NOTE: Want strawberry jam? Give other brands a try. Though Good Shepherd is the best brand, other cheaper brands are at par in terms of taste. I got a jar of Gloria's (at PHP50 for a small jar, similar to the large Cheez Whiz) and it tastes just like the ones made by those who made ube halaya a must buy in Baguio.

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Mico C.
4.0 Stars

We passed by the strawberry farm in the tail end of our Sagada trip. It was our last stop before we returned to our monthly cadence of tasks: our busy and challenging work life. Haha Once we got there and got down from our van, we were greeted by a long line of stalls, each stall selling products which have strawberry as a base such as jam, fruit, and the like. In addition to these products, they also sold other products but the ones they were prioritizing in offering to us were the strawberry products. There were quite a number of stalls as well which were selling vegetables. Going back to the strawberry products, I particularly liked the strawberry ice cream, especially since we arrived there at a little past lunch time (arise, fair sun, and kill the envious moon. What?!). It was a very apt cold dessert to beat the heat in that region.

Now on to the strawberry farm: If you went there to have a good picture, then all you have to do is go near the fence of the farm and pose in that area. No need to enter. Haha #tamad (This is what I did as well, especially since we were rushing to get home already) Although, it’s an entirely different experience to really enter and pick strawberries and the like. It’s more of an activity for people with energy (again, this was in the tail end of our trip and so the energy level of the entire group was down).

All in all, I believe this is a good stop to include in your trip as it’s along the way and who doesn’t love strawberries?! Come on, minsan lang may prutas na sa labas ang buto. Biro lang. Take care everyone and hope this helped.

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Josette P.
4.0 Stars

A special for this oh so good strawberry ice cream with actual strawberry bits. This is a must to have here! Php 25 for the small cone while Php 50 for the big one. I'd say go for the small one cause the big one just matters in terms of cone size but not in serving wise. There lots of corns too that is Php 35 per big stick! So sulit! 128525

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Josette P.
4.0 Stars

Strawberry picking can only be done at Benguet. Right now it costs Php 450 to pick your own strawberries and fill this medium size basket as many as you can. But with a lot of strawberries outside being sold at Php 120 per kilo, we opted that instead. But we roam around the farm and I am delighted with these huge broccolis, romaine lettuce, cabbages and just about every chopseuy vegetable you can think of. We got a humongous broccoli for only Php 50. I am delighted by such cheap treat but I feel sad for our farmers. I mean, they're the ones who treats these vegetables as babies and yet they receive little while the retailers sell it at double or triple its price. They deserve more than that because their vegetables are really fresh. More than the strawberry picking, go here for fresh vegetables and fruits to help our farmers and give yourself a little treat. Rating 4/5 cause I am disappointed that the way is still yet to be finished and the farmers deserves more!!

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Abbey A.
4.0 Stars

We never get to chance upon being allowed to actually strawberry pick whenever we decide to go here. Anyway, at least we got to enter the farm and explore. It's a very picturesque place and I love how the sunlight makes everything and everyone you photograph look good.

The highlight of course was the food! The strawberry flavored dirty ice here is the best! No comparison to store bought ice cream! The ice cream here! The flavor! That's my standard! I don't usually like strawberry unless it's candy but I was so willing to pay the P30 ice cream cone against the usual P10 - P20 for normal flavored dirty ice cream back in Manila. The vendor even gave me a P50 for the cone I asked for.. I didn't know it had extra charge cause it was in fact bigger. I didn't complain tho because that just means more ice cream for me!

The taho I remember from my previous visit was good too but too sweet for me. I'd pick the strawberry dirty ice cream over the strawberry taho any day! 127827127827127827

The taho I was holding in the picture was my dad's. My cousin just made me hold it in the picture because she wanted to take a photo of me being takaw. 128514128514

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Jam V.
5.0 Stars

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Cold weather dont care! Strawberry Icecream is so gooood! 9786

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Rachel T.
3.0 Stars

Was so sad, no strawberries during my visit :(

So I just bought strawberry ice cream (which you should never miss when you visit la trinidad strawberry farm) this is the best strawberry ice cream for me.

I did buy their local seedless orange here, 100 php for 3 pcs.

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Maribeth C.
4.0 Stars

Puro kau ice cream
Puro kau taho at strawberries
For a change.......
Here's mine: jams, candies and strawberry wines.
If you're looking for pasalubong made from strawberries, better buy here than when you are at the city proper.
Most strawberry products in the market there is 3 for 100 while here in La Trinidad, 5 pcs for 100.
Wines ranging from 150 - 250.
I was not in the mood to join my group in strawberry picking for I know I can't find my own twin strawberry.
I'm looking for forevermore kasi kahit I know wala naman talagang forever.
Strawberry farm is one of the coolest place to visit in Baguio where you will enjoy the laughters of everyone excited for their big catch/pick and you will see different kind of smiles whenever they secretly steal a bite on strawberry not just one but several times.
Aminin......
Mga atat! 128518

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AAA M.
4.0 Stars

I've always dreamt of having a farm of my own but after this experience, I forgot about the other realities of owning one - dealing with rodents and the like. 128565 I was so high and happy while picking my teeny, tiny sour strawberries when one popped out from afar, sira beauty namin from projecting in our pics! haha but hey, it's all a part of it right!? 128512. Anyway, this place is great if you want to do something outdoorsy in Baguio. It's fun and really just a joy to try. We did buy what we picked but I don't know how they charge bec my friend took care of it but I think you pay by the kilo/basket? If you do drop by here, you'll see vendors on the side street, they have delicious strawberry ice cream and strawberry flavored taho!!!

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Jam V.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Shiela P.
4.0 Stars

This is the time of the year where the strawberries are too expensive. It cost me PhP600 per kilo. Good thing I'm good at bargaining.

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Glenzy C.
4.0 Stars

There's nothing like picking my own fresh strawberries straight from the farm..128077128523.128591 It's kinda expensive though, @500php per kilo compared to those being sold outside the farm. My mom even ate several strawberries after she picked it... ha ha. We also bought several fresh flowers from this farm so we could plant them in our small garden. It was indeed an awesome experience!127808128144127804128077128521

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Michell Elizabeth C.
3.0 Stars

i did not do strawberry picking this weekend since i was unable to see any big strawberries. i figured it was too expensive than just buying the ones sold outside the fields.

parking was done on the streets. horrible.

cheap produce were sold outside the farm.

a lot of people will ask you if you want to pick strawberries. i just watched people pick their strawberries. 128541

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Cacat M.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Ig Plummer S.
5.0 Stars

I wanted to pick some for myself but I chose the easiest way.

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