Fun Farm at Sta Elena

We celebrated my daughter’s birthday and our wedding anniversary a few weeks ago at Fun Farm at Sta Elena in Cabuyao Laguna.

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This was our 2nd visit. Our first visit was 5 years ago when my daughter celebrated her 4th birthday there. We had to call to reserve our slot as they do not accept walk-ins. They are usually fully booked so it is best to give them a call if they can still accommodate you.

When we got there, the first thing that the kids did was to feed the rabbits!

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Then we went for a carabao ride around the farm.

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The kids also enjoyed horse back riding! IMG_5648

Then we went fishing in the small pond. My husband and I weren’t able to catch any fish but amazingly, both my kids caught one tiny tilapia each!

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We eventually let them go back to the pond.

The next thing we did was to ride on the boat. IMG_5669The boys had their own time riding their bikes and going around on their trails.

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While we girls walked around the farm and enjoyed nature!

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The kids enjoyed the day at the farm. We even had a picnic together in one of their nipa huts!

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It was truly a wonderful place for the whole family to visit. Unwind from the busyness of daily life and enjoy nature!

Entrance fee is 300 pesos per person and it includes unlimited use of all activities in the area. The people were very friendly and accommodating. The toilets were clean and there are many tables where you can enjoy your picnic! We arrived a little before 9 am and went home by noon time. The kids were all tired from the outdoor fun but it was what they had hoped for, maybe even more!

Comments

  1. Thanks for sharing! Looking forward to visiting the farm soon 🙂

  2. Wow! I’d really like to go there with my family. Do they have food inside?

  3. Happy to see bike trails here. And it’s only 300 pesos.

  4. Hi Chris,
    Surprisingly, that’s very near MCL! Do they have bikes for rent? Or do they allow customers to bring their own bikes?

  5. kristine barrios says:

    this is superb, can’t wait to bring my children it’s quite expensive though entrance for P300 per head but i bet it’s all worth it.

  6. This is a good place to visit this summer… hopefully we can tour one of these days! Thanks for giving us a quick tour. 😉

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