Feel the Baguio vibes in this Alfonso strawberry farm, says Mayor Randy Salamat
If you want to pick strawberries but can’t go to Baguio, Alfonso may have just the thing for you.
You can feel the Baguio vibe in the newly opened Queen Strawberry farm in Alfonso, Cavite, according to Mayor Randy Salamat.
In a Facebook post, Salamat said the strawberry farm is just two to three hours from Manila, and is a place where one can enjoy the cool Tagaytay breeze.
And the food is affordable and superb, he said.
Visitors can also enjoy strawberry picking and fishing in this agri-tourism haven, he said.
People can also hold events here as they have a place that can accommodate 300 people and a restaurant that can sit 70 people, although they can only accept half these numbers for now due to safety protocols.
The place is open from 8 am to 7 pm.
Why not start planning your cool vacation here?
“Can’t go to Baguio but want to feel the Baguio vibe? This newly opened Restaurant is perfect for you!🍓❄️🍃
🍓Queens Strawberry Farm🍓
📍Sitio Hawilian, Upli Alfonso Cavite
In just 2-3hrs from Manila, you can feel the cold breeze of Tagaytay and enjoy their super sulit food! Not pricey but the food is superb! 💯
Queen Strawberry Farm is an agri-tourism haven situated in the quaint town of Alfonso, Cavite
You can also enjoy
Strawberry Picking 🍓
Fish Catching 🐟
They also have events place that can accommodate 300pax and restaurant good for 70 pax but due to health protocol they can only accept 50% of the total restaurant capacity.
⏰ Operating hours: 8:00AM to 7:00PM Daily
HOW TO GET THERE?
🚌From Pasay/Buendia/Coastal, take a bus bound to Nasugbu, Lian or Calatagan
🚏Get off Upli Alfonso Cavite (beside Shell Gas station, in front of Splendido Taal and ride a tricycle.
🚘 Private Car
Turn right to Sitio Hawilian, Upli Alfonso Cavite before Splendido Taal. 2 minutes away from Aguinaldo Highway.
Kindly visit their facebook page
💻 Queens Strawberry Farm
☎️ 0948 – 841 – 7161
Photo and caption credit to: Kristine Yveth Alcazar Mojica.
#lifeinalfonso,” Salamat posted.
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