Unplanned trip to Bemwa Farm

WE FINALLY made it -- I mean, we are supposed to go home after a video and photoshoot in Barangay Malagos in Calinan District when circumstantially, we embarked on a long drive to Bemwa Farm in Marilog District rather than head towards the downtown of the city.

The Bemwa Farm, a rising eco-tourism spot located in Barangay Datu Salumay, Marilog District, has captured the heart of the locals and tourists for quite a while now because of its pleasing green picturesque, colorful flowering plants, and cool weather.

We were just thinking of having a cup of coffee somewhere quiet, with a gratifying environment, where we can discuss work but we decided to go on a road trip until we arrived at Bemwa Farm.

For only P50 worth of entrance fee per guest, we get to experience the "what it feels like to be in Bemwa Farm" for one day.

We got what we wanted. We had coffee. We talked and enjoyed the place at the same time. The food is delicious and the environment is gratifying. Not a single peso spent was wasted.

Bemwa Farm has rows and rows of strawberries, fresh organic products such as lettuce, sunflowers, and potted herbs among the others. These are all for sale at very reasonable prices. If you are into farming and a nature lover, Bemwa Farm is a must-visit place for you.


Editors' note: This trip happened before the Covid-19 pandemic.


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