Next open tours this July! Please email email@example.com to reserve your slots.
Early this year, Miriam College brought their pre-kinder classes to the farm to learn about dairy! It was a fun field trip for everyone: teachers, parents, and kiddos! We welcomed over 100 people in the farm and we were so impressed by how well-behaved the Miriam students were. Obviously the hard-working teachers are doing their job well! 🙂
Here’s Pinkie herself surrounded by all the teachers, who were so happy to see the owner of the farm so hands-on.
If you’d like to take our farm tour but don’t have the numbers to meet the minimum for a private tour, join others in an open-tour! This January we scheduled on for Jan. 12, 10am.
For private tours you need at least 10 people or pay P3,500 for less than 10 pax.
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We were happy when Patricia Lao of WhenInManila.com wrote us to ask if they could feature our farm tours. We love it when people are interested in dairy and farming, or just spending the day outdoors in the fresh air.
So we invited Patricia and her crew to our farm tour. They told me later they had a ton of fun and learned a lot as well. So it’s a win-win!
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Looking for some weekend fun? Try our farm tour this Nov. 24! Or you can schedule your own private tour for a minimum of 10 people. You and your kids will learn how to make pastillas (and maybe even cook and roll your own!), learn how to milk a cow by hand, and feed the new born baby calves! It’s a nice break from the usual city grind and it’s a good chance to expose your kids to country-life and real animals.
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To sign up for a farm tour, click here or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Limited slots.
One of our earliest farm tours. Malarayat Club asked us if we were willing to tour their members around our farm and we gladly said yes. That was early this year. Now our farm tours happen monthly, All part of spreading the gospel of natural dairy. 🙂 Hooray for ecotourism in the Philippines! Hope more people come to Lipa, Batangas!
Thank you Carol Surban for your visit and your post! Glad you liked the tour and the kids especially enjoyed hand-milking. :). Nice to see kids having fun with animals and enjoying the outdoors!
We’ve received numerous inquiries about farm tours, but a lot of them couldn’t meet our minimum of 10 pax. So we’re scheduling a farm tour ahead of time to give you plenty of time to join! This monthly tour will just be the basic tour and not include any extra activities like the kesong puti demo or the pastillas activity.
If you want to schedule your own private tour, click here.
Last January a big group of members and their children from the Mt. Malarayat Gold & Country Club visited our farm and took our tour! For many kids (and adults!) this was their first time to get up close and personal (some got very close and very personal!!) to cows and calves and to taste our all-natural products. Needless to say the kids had a blast, and the adults enjoyed themselves too!