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Planned La Union trip was made more fun by having a quick stop at Grape farms before going to San Juan beaches. There are a bunch of Grape farms out there and some people along the roads that will offer you their grapes claiming them...More
Went with my mom and Brother last May 3 and it was a bit fun to explore the grape farms in La Union. We arrived at Lomboy Farms but was taken to a different farm at that time maybe because their farm doesn't have ripe...More
On our way to Lomboy Farm registration office (from Baguio City), we saw many signboards offering grape farm visits but we opted to proceed to Lomboy Farm being a pioneer in this industry. After paying their P100/pax fee, while riding our vehicle, we were led...More
Upon hearing that we have grape vineyards in the Philippines, I made sure that we will make a stopover on the way home from Ilocos Sur. I googled and results say that Lomboy is the first and original vineyard in La Union.
Sure there is...More
We have a lot of fun tasting the grapes. I like to see green grapes around. I couldn't imagine it's already feasible to have it in the Philippines. But it's really is!!! Hope to be back soon with the red grapes and apple guava available...More
I was surprised that La Union was already boasting its own grape vineyard. There were big, purple but not so sweet grapes to pick (P100/person) and you can also pick by basket (P350/kilo). They also give free wine tasting and slices of guapples. The guapples...More
It's not worth the price for the entrance fee when you will just be brought to other farms...you could lower the price or you could do it for free since you get commission for every kilo of grapes bought by the tourists
Went there end of March 2017. Went directly to Lomboy Farm. You can see other pick and pay farms along the way. We registered at Lomboy Farms for 100 pesos per head. They also sell wines and guapple. I asked why 100 pesos? They said...More
Saw a post in facebook about this place in La Union. Got intrigued and read about it and checked their fb page. Since I have a group of friend who love to travel we decided to check this out. We scheduled a weekend road trip...More