Strawberry Farm Baguio: Travel Guide (2019)

Going to Benguet? Then don’t forget to visit the famous Strawberry Farm Baguio. This tourist attraction is actually located in La Trinidad which is a few kilometers away from Baguio City. Visiting this beautiful farm is easy and here’s our travel guide to help you out! (Post Updated: September 16, 2019)

Photo of Welcome Sign in La Trinidad Strawberry Farm

The Strawberry Farm Baguio: La Trinidad’s Finest

Benguet is a high altitude province located at the southern part of Cordillera Administrative Region. The province’s cool climate and highlands are conducive for harvesting different kinds of farm produce and fruits such as strawberries.

Farm Irrigation in La Trinidad Strawberry Farm

La Trinidad is the capital of Benguet and it is also known as the Strawberry Capital of the Philippines due to its large plantation of luscious strawberries. The municipality is seated right next to Baguio City, the summer capital of the Philippines, and visiting this hectares of colorful field is easy.

Photo of a Farmer in La Trinidad Benguet

How to Go to Strawberry Farm Baguio

There are a variety of options in visiting the Strawberry Farm Baguio, you can either take a cab, ride a jeepney or bring your private vehicle.

For private vehicle owners, I recommend downloading Google Maps on your smartphone. This is helpful in showing directions to La Trinidad Strawberry Farm. You only need a strong internet connection though in accessing the map. Worst case scenario, why not go and try asking our friendly locals? The people of Benguet are well known for their accommodating and friendly nature which will make you feel at home around the province.

If you don’t have any private vehicle but have some extra cash, then take a cab and tell the driver to drop you off in La Trinidad Strawberry Farms. Although the fare will be a little bit pricey, it will be more comfortable and easier for you to travel to this beautiful location.

For commuters who opted for a jeepney ride, here’s your guide:

From Baguio City

  • Take a walk and go to Shuntug Road (in front of Baguio City Hall).
  • From there, you’ll find a lot of jeepneys parked waiting for passengers.
  • Take a jeep with the signage “La Trinidad” and ask the driver to drop you off in La Trinidad Strawberry Farm.
  • The fare costs only PHP 15.00 per person (USD 0.30) – as of September 16, 2019

Travel Tips

Photo of a Farmer in La Trinidad

Try Picking Strawberries in the Farm

Travelers can pick strawberries in this farm. Just approach any farmer in the area and they will assist you. They usually offer around PHP 500 (USD 10) for a kilogram of strawberries picked. It is a nice experience and the farmers are eager to share some harvesting techniques too.

Photo of Flowers in La Trinidad

Never Forget Your Camera!

Never ever forget to take a snapshot of this place. Every part is truly picturesque and scenic. There’s also a variety of flowers in some areas in the field. Just donate a few coins before entering these flower sections in the farm and you’ll enjoy capturing photographs of colorful foliage.

Photo of La Trinidad Strawberry Farm Baguio

Visit the Farm in the Morning

I think it is best to visit the strawberry farm in the morning. The golden light of the sun truly adds a glowing ambiance across the field which is captivating. This is also the best time where farmers pick the freshest strawberries. The number of visitors are also few if you don’t like to be surrounded by a number of people.

Photo of Strawberry Ice Cream in Baguio

Eat some Filipino-made Strawberry Ice Cream

This is the best place where you can try the most delicious and flavorful strawberry ice cream. Their ice cream is really creamy with a mixture of sweet and sour coming from fresh strawberries. You’ll never forget the flavorful explosion of their strawberry ice cream which can only be found here in La Trinidad.

Photo of Strawberry Taho in Strawberry Farm Baguio

Try the Best Strawberry Taho

Taho is a soy-based Filipino snack made from silken tofu usually topped with sago pearls (similar to tapioca pearls) and covered with arnibal (caramelized brown sugar syrup). Their taho is drizzled with strawberry syrup topped with fresh strawberries.


If you have plans of having a DIY trip to Baguio City, why not have a side trip in La Trinidad strawberry farm? It’s only 6 kilometers away from Baguio City Hall.


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4 Comments. Leave new

  • Hi. Thank you for the info. We are planning to go to baguio on January 1. Do you know if they are open on that date? Thanks in advance 🙂

    Reply
    • Hello Jenny, I am not sure though but I think they are open on that date. There are a lot of tourists who go up to Baguio during the holidays and for sure they will be open. ^_^

      Reply
  • Hi!

    This is a very helpful blog for me as I am planning to go there for my daughter’s 6th birthday. I just a few question though,hope you don’t mind.

    How long does the strawberry picking take?
    Do you know if kids are free?

    Thank you so much for noticing and taking time to respond. 🙂

    Reply
    • Thank you for visiting our blog Joanne. There are no entrance fee in the Strawberry Farm that’s why many families love visiting this place. Also, there’s no time limit for picking the strawberries. You’ll only pay for the strawberries per kilo that you harvested. 😊

      Reply

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