[LA TRINIDAD] ▬ THE DESTINATION: STRAWBERRY FARM OF LA TRINIDAD VALLEY
[BAGUIO] ▬ WAIT IN FRONT OF THE CITY HALL
Well, if you want a landmark, look for the Benguet State University which is located right of the road. The farm is located at left.
[LA TRINIDAD] ▬ BENGUET STATE UNIVERSITY
You can also alight in front of the Benguet State University. But you can directly request the driver to drop you at the junction road going to the strawberry fields. That's it!
HERE ARE SOME INFORMATION AND travel guides I included to at least give you an idea what to expect in this destination. They might help you in planning your trip.
- There is no entrance fee to the strawberry farm.
- The La Trinidad valley is significantly hotter compared with Baguio's air temperature. You may not want to be sun burnt. I suggest go there early or bring umbrella if you wish to go there at high noon.
- Regular travel time going to the strawberry fields from the Baguio city hall is around 30 minutes. That's around 3 kilometers. Tsk! Baguio traffic congestion is common.
- There are no restrooms inside the farm. If the nature is calling you, there are restrooms outside with fee.
- There are pasalubong centers in and out of the farm—so many of them!
- You can also pick your own strawberries at 500 pesos per kilogram. Quite expensive though. You're paying for the experience.
- Aside from strawberries, there are also other plants cultivated therein like lettuce. Commercial flowering plants are also present here especially if it's not strawberry season.
- Fare from the Baguio city hall is around 12 pesos as of this writing. This may vary in the future.
[END] ▬ HELLO FROM STRAWBERRY FARM!
 All the information posted in this article may change in the future. So some information added here may become non-useful or outdated in the future. The information provided on this post are based on the circumstances on the day of the last visit of this blogger (16 May 2015). I am not obligated to update outdated information provided herein because I do not have the capacity to monitor all the changes of routes, amount of fare and other important details. However, the moment I receive new useful information, I will update this post as soon as possible for your guidance.
 The map I used below as well as those that appeared on tooltips are the works of Eugene Alvin Villar and Mike Gonzalez published on Wikipedia. Source: 1 | 2 | 3
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