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3185 Google reviews
Type
Food
Location
Strawberry Farm, La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines
Opening Hours
07:00 - 19:00
Distance From City Center
304 m
High Season
Spring
Family Friendly
No
Average rating
4.3
Number of reviews
3185

Strawberry Farm

The biggest and most successful strawberry plantation in the country, simply known as Strawberry farm. During harvest season, crowds flock here to handpick their very own sweet strawberries, which makes a great bonding moment for the family and a memorable experience to the kids. 

The introduction of strawberry to Philippine soil dates as early as 19th century, when Spaniards brought in the said fruit from their homeland to La Trinidad. Strawberry production was then continued during American and Japanese occupation alongside other highland vegetables, like Cabbage, and Lettuce, earning La Trinidad its nickname of ‘The Salad Bowl of the Philippines’ in 1970’s. 

However, by 1980’s, the local government decided to invigorate the strawberry and flower industry, as nearby municipalities have started to compete with their own production of commercially grown vegetables. Thus, resulting to La Trinidad changing its moniker from ‘the Salad Bowl’ to the Strawberry fields of the Philippines, an identity that no other region in the country can take away from them.

 

How to get there

Strawberry Farm is 30 minutes away from Baguio City, specifically in Barangay Betag, La Trinidad, Benguet. Aside from joining a guided tour, the best way to get here is by riding a jeepney in front of Baguio City Hall. Look for the Baguio-Buyagan Route and ask the driver to drop you off at the Strawberry Farm.

 

Best time to visit

On-peak or off-peak season, you can visit the attraction. However, take note the strawberry picking season in Baguio is from November to May.

 

Entrance fee

There is no entrance fee to farm but take note you have to pay for the strawberry-picking activity should you be interested to participate.

Frequently asked questions

What can you do at the Strawberry Farm?

For a cost of twice the market price of strawberries, guests are given baskets and the liberty to pick their own strawberries to bring at home, and even taste a few if they want to. The relatively steep price accounts for some of the strawberries that visitors may eat on the field, and other strawberries that are usually ruined or wasted when the harvesters are amateurs.

Are there only strawberries in this well-known attraction?

Other than strawberries, flowers such as sunflowers and roses planted in other plots can be visited as well and serves as great background for photos.

Aside from strawberry-picking, what can you do?

There are food stalls outside the vicinity, so you can have a food trip. Most locals also say that Strawberry Farm has the best sunset view in all La Trinidad valley, so guests may have a view while picking fruits if they visit in the afternoon.