If you love being surrounded by gorgeous blooms, or are dedicated to getting that perfect Instagram photo, then you’ll definitely want to visit these breathtaking flower fields in the Philippines. Depending on where you live, they’re either just a road trip or short plane ride away — there’s no need to travel far at all!
Check out the following list, and we’re sure you’ll be thinking the same thing: Who knew there were so many beautiful flower farms in the Philippines? We suggest you take notes and start planning your next long weekend trip!
Must-visit flower fields in the Philippines
1. Northern Blossom Flower Farm — Atok, Benguet
Famous for its beautiful, larger-than-your-palm cabbage roses, this two-hectare flower farm in Atok, Benguet is home to some of the most beautiful flowers in the Philippines. If you frequently find yourself around Dangwa Flower Market, some of their blooms are actually sourced from here.
At Northern Blossom Flower Farm, you’ll also find beds of snapdragons, sunflowers, marigolds, and more. An added bonus? It also offers amazing views of Mt. Pulag!
Entrance fee: ₱250 for two hours
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 6am to 5pm
For more information, visit Northern Blossom Flower Farm’s official Facebook page.
2. Mariano’s Blooming Agri-Tourism Park — Tupi, South Cotabato
Mariano’s Blooming Agri-Tourism Park offers the perfect excuse to pay a visit to the stunning Soccskargen Region! Find this 13-hectare plantation in Tupi, which is known as the fruit, vegetable, and flower basket of South Cotabato.
With five varieties of sunflowers and such an expansive field, we’re pretty sure it’s possible to get lost at this flower park — and we have no problem with that at all!
Entrance fee: ₱50 for adults and ₱30 for kids and senior citizens on weekdays; ₱70 for adults and ₱50 for kids and senior citizens on weekends and holidays
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 7am to 5pm
For more information, visit Mariano’s Blooming Agri-Tourism Park’s official Facebook page.
3. Masungi Georeserve — Baras, Rizal
Instagram-famous geopark Masungi Georeserve is popular for its giant rope hammock and picturesque hiking trails; but did you know you can also find some of the most gorgeous flowers in the Philippines here, too?
Perfect for your next barkada day trip, Masungi houses two photo-op worthy floral spots — one flower field and one sea of wild plants, to be specific. You’ll see a vibrant yellow field of cosmos close to the entrance, while the stunning white-and-purple field of joy weeds can be spotted along the Legacy Trail!
Entrance fee: ₱1,500 on weekdays, ₱1,800 on weekends
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday, 5.30am to 6pm
4. Sunflower Camp at Tayug Ecopark — Tayug, Pangasinan
Tayug’s Sunflower Camp is truly one of Pangasinan’s gems. With thousands of flowers in full bloom, it’s impossible not to fall in love with this magical place. We swear it’s one of the most beautiful flower fields in the Philippines!
Not just limited to sunflowers, the eco-park is also home to beautiful blooms that include marigolds and gomphrena, morning glory, and celosia cristata flowers. Get your sunscreen and your cameras ready, because you’ll definitely want photos in almost every corner of this park!
Entrance fee: ₱100 for adults, ₱80 for kids, students, and senior citizens
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 7am to 7pm
Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Sunflower Camp is closed until further notice.
For more information, visit Sunflower Camp at Tayug EcoPark’s official Facebook page.
5. Sirao Flower Farm — Cebu City, Cebu
You might already recognise these this field of pink and yellow blooms; Sirao Flower Farm has quickly become one of Cebu’s most Instagrammed spots — and quite possibly one of the most popular flower fields in the Philippines!
The flower farm has attracted locals and tourists alike, enough for it to eventually be nicknamed ‘Little Amsterdam’. Besides celosias, you’ll also find chrysanthemums, daisies, and sunflowers here.
Entrance fee: ₱50
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 6am to 6.30pm
For more information, visit Sirao Flower Farm’s official Facebook page.
6. 10,000 Roses Cafe & More — Cordova, Cebu
Also in Cebu, you’ll find this field of 10,000 roses in front of a Korean Cafe, close to the famous Lantaw Floating Restaurant. And no, they aren’t real (they’re artificial and LED-powered) — but they’re still quite a breathtaking sight!
Try to schedule your visit in the late afternoon, right before it gets dark. The sunset makes for a beautiful backdrop as you admire this field of roses. Then, as they’re lit up at nighttime, you’re in for yet another amazing scene!
Entrance fee: ₱20
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 11am to 11pm
For more information, visit 10,000 Roses’ official Facebook page.
7. Sunshine Farm — Tiaong, Quezon
The Sunshine Farm is not just a stunning tourist spot — it’s also a beautiful symbol of hope. Known to empower persons with disabilities by providing them with livelihood opportunities, this flower farm in the Philippines is run by advocates for inclusivity and diversity. Here, you can also buy sunflowers for ₱150 apiece, and purchase souvenirs at their shop; proceeds allow the farm to provide more opportunities for PWDs!
Entrance fee: ₱100
Hours: Monday to Friday, 8am to 6pm; Saturday to Sunday, 7am to 6pm
For more information, visit Sunshine Farm Philippines’ official Facebook page.
8. The Flower Farm — Tagaytay, Cavite
The Flower Farm has been around since the ’80s and remains to be one of Tagaytay’s must-see spots. Just make sure to book your visit in advance, as it isn’t open to the general public! A visit to the farm comes with a tour of their 15 greenhouses, which take up a total of seven hectares of land. You’ll find a wide variety of blooms and succulents at the farm — you can even create your own flower arrangements!
Entrance fee: ₱1,800 for a group of up to 10 people
Hours: Inquire for bookings
9. Haight’s Place — Atok, Benguet
While Haight’s Place is particularly famous for being home to the Sakura Park (also known as Benguet-Kochi Sisterhood Park), this tourist site in Benguet offers much more than cherry blossoms. From a breathtaking field of cosmos to stunning calendulas and snapdragons, some of the most beautiful flowers in the Philippines await you here.
Plus — did you know that they offer accommodations at Haight’s Place, too? To make your trip here all the more worth it, we recommend booking a stay in one of their cabins, kubos, or tents!
Entrance fee: ₱100 for adults, ₱80 for senior citizens, ₱50 for kids six to 12 years old, free for kids under six years old
Hours: Inquire for bookings
Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Haight’s Place is closed until further notice.
10. Julyan’s Farm — San Narciso, Zambales
An advocate for those with special needs, Rachel Harrison first put up Julyan’s Farm for her son Julyan, who was diagnosed with autism at two years old. Farming proved to be therapeutic for Julyan, and this later inspired Harrisson to open the farm to the public; this way, she could help employ and empower those living with learning and developmental disabilities.
The farm is located on the grounds of Zambales luxury resort Zambawood, and is the province’s very first sunflower field. Depending on the season, you may even get to harvest crops like chili, eggplant, and tomatoes at the organic farm!
Entrance fee: ₱75
Hours: Monday to Sunday, 8am to 4pm
Note: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Julyan’s Farm has closed temporarily. Reopening is scheduled for December, although an exact date has yet to be given.
No need to leave the country to witness amazing floral sights when there are so many flower fields in the Philippines worth visiting, don’t you agree? When you do get to pay them a visit, make sure to tag us on Instagram at @tripzillaph, and use our hashtags #TripZillaPH and #LifesATrip!