Let's talk about FARM CAMPS. TEACH your KIDS about the beauty of farm life. IMMERSE with your family and friends on an ALTERNATIVE LIFESTYLE away from city.
Join Experience Philippines as we begin our nationwide campaign of rekindling the joys of farm living. In our Agricultural Farm Experience:✔ You will live for a weekend at a 10 hectare farm.✔ You will be taught how to milk goats.✔ You will help feed baby goats.✔ You will assist in birthing mother goats.✔ You will learn different kinds of crops and vegetation from corns, rice, vegetables, etc✔ You will assist in picking eggs.✔ You will sleep in bahay kubo.✔ You will help feed cattles, native pigs, horses, ostriches, rabbits, and all kinds of farm animals.✔ And so much more!!
HOW MUCH IS THE CAMP FEE?
The camp fee is Php 2,500. You can make reservations by signing up on this form and all the payment details will be sent to you via email.
THE FARM CAMP FEE IS INCLUSIVE OF THE FOLLOWING:✔2 Days 1 Night shared accommodations (Bahay Kubo)✔4 meals (Day 1 lunch to Day 2 lunch) and snacks.✔ Farm Lecture and presentations on various livelihood programs such as goats, cattle, native pigs and poultry.✔ 1 hour Use of the ATV to go around the farm and the secret river.✔ All types of Farm experiences from milking goats, feeding goats, native pigs, cattle, horses, rabbits, etc, egg picking, birthing of baby goats, etc.✔ Horseback riding✔ Carabao riding✔ Swimming at the secret river✔ OPTIONAL: Island hopping
HOW TO GET THEREPublic Transport: Via Victory Liner to Iba, ZambalesMeet up and pick up point will be Victory Liner Terminal Sation in IBA, ZAMBALES.Time: 8:00 AM
The camp is open to MOMS, DADS, KIDS, TEENAGERS, HIGH SCHOOL and UNIVERSITY STUDENTS, TITOs, TITAs, everyone.
We can only accommodate a maximum of 16 PAX per schedule.
👌👌 The Agricultural Farm Camp is in cooperation with the Bugia Family and their farms in Palauig, Zambales. NW Farms is one of the pioneer in Boer Livestock Raising Programs for sustainable agricultural tourism. Through this collaboration we wish to rekindle the love and respect for agricultural related professions.
Sounds good? Well, then let's get started...