Guerrero Farm and Nature Park
GUERRERO FARM AND NATURE PARK | TALISAY CITY TOURIST ATTRACTION
Have you ever felt the desire to slip away in this busy metropolis and go to a place which seems to be a back to the simple yet peaceful day’s vibe? It is as if you want to take a day or two in a place far from civilization. A place where you could relax and refresh your tired body and mind. If you haven’t found a place like this yet, then I am here to recommend you one of the best relaxing havens I have been to, the Guerrero Farm and Nature Park.
the abundance of greens at the Guerrero Farm and Nature Park
Located at Talisay City, Negros Occidental, the Guerrero Farm, and Nature Park can offer you one of the most convenient out of town getaway you could ever think of. It located on a high and slope area, which allows you to see a view from the top and at the same time, enjoy the cold breeze air. There are two swimming pools at the Guerrero Farm and Nature Park, one for adults and one for kids. Kids will surely enjoy their stay here since the pool intended for them also has slides and all other fun activities. The water for the pool is natural water, and they just added some chlorine for hygiene purposes.
the pool of Guerrero Farm and Nature Park
Around the pool are the different options of stay which you could choose from. They have nipa hut as well as overnight accommodations. There is no need for you to worry that you might get hungry since bringing your food here is possible. Also, you can also request for their staff to cook whatever it is that you are carrying with a minimal fee. Sounds fit right? If you want to buy something from here for your food, it is also possible. A Mexican themed Cantina offers you sumptuous meals, and this place also serves as their souvenir shop on the farm.
One of the things that cached me the most is the lush green garden of Guerrero Farm and Nature Park. The flowers, the vibes, the serenity of the environment, everything about it exudes peace and comfort. I remember sitting in the garden while having my afternoon cup of coffee, and such a moment of peace meant everything to me.
a small cafe at Guerrero Farm and Nature Park
An additional spot that I also admire about the place is their open-air chapel. Just head over at the top, and you can see the chapel with a roof but without walls. Unique right? As you walk around, be ready to interact with some cute animals like chickens, ducks and even turkeys! More so, you might even spot a monkey hanging around the area.
Guerrero farm has a huge collection of succulents that are available for sale
All in all, the place, the art, the cold air, and the food offers a fantastic vacation opportunity for anyone. If you also wish to experience the same level of peace and fun that I had, then include the Guerrero Farm and Nature Park into your bucket list of places to travel. I am sure that you will have an amazing stay here, a once in a lifetime opportunity for you and your loved ones.
the author with a huge collection of succulents of Guerrero Farm and Nature Park
How to Get to Guerrero Farm and Nature Park
Address: Guerrero Farm & Nature Park
Brgy. Cabatangan, Talisay, Negros Occidental 6100
Telephone: (034) 434 4368
Guerrero Farm and Nature Park Rates and Fees
Entrance fee is 80 pesos- adults; 60 pesos – kids and seniors.
Rates and Tariff, Guerrero Farm and Nature Park
with the owners of Guerrero Farm and Nature Park
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