I snatched this photo of our niece and her bf strolling along a vegetable garden off La Trinidad Valley’s Strawberry farm.
Aren’t they lovely to look at?
With fresh strawberries on the right, lettuces on the left, and the whole scenic place that is La Trinidad Valley, hopping onto the Strawberry Farm once you get a chance to travel to Baguio is surely a trip worthwhile.
La Trinidad is just three kilometers north of downtown Baguio City. There’s jeepneys at Igorot Plaza where it will lead you directly to Strawberry Farm. Fare is around 16 pesos. Or if you prefer, you can ride a taxi going there. Fare should have been less than 200 pesos if you are coming from the downtown area.
One will surely enjoy visiting the popular Strawberry Farm. As you can experience strawberry picking at 300 pesos per kilo. Or, if you’d rather be prudent on spending, you can opt to buy freshly picked strawberries at shops lined at the street. Prices are a lot cheaper. And, yes, because it is a farm, it is a haven for vegetable lover. Depending on season, you could buy variety of fruits and vegetable at cheaper prices. Aside from those, there’s also non-food items to be purchased there such as souvenir items. Take your pick.
Thanks Kaine for letting me use the photo here on my site. I felt like going to Baguio again? Nope. It is still rainy reason. But, your photo makes me fall in love over and over again.
So, the next time you are off to the City of Pines, take time to stroll down La Trinidad’s Strawberry Farm. Take your better half, or you’re sweetie or your friends with you. It is surely a trip worth remembering.