I know it’s the rainy season and not usually the time for some family outing. But being a work-at-home-mom and home all the time, I need to go out from time to time for a change of scenery and for a breath of fresh air. I wanted to go to a nature place that’s just nearby. I found a few blogs on Fisher’s Eco Farm which is just a 30-minute drive from Las Piñas.
The entrance was P100 for adults and P70 for kids below 12 years old. They had small cottages for rent at P300 and the bigger ones for P500.
Upon arrival, you’d see the garden which was pretty nice with all the greenery and blooms.
The two-story hut right at the entrance.
One of the things that I liked about the place was the fact that I could stroll around it a bit and not be stuck in the hut or pool which is the typical thing that happens when you go to resorts.
They also offer fishing. The fishing charge is P150/kilo of fish that you catch, but if you don’t get lucky, you don’t have to pay anything.
This is the 500-square meter pool area. The water was a bit cold since it’s the rainy season, but tolerable though. The pool was very clean and the kids really enjoyed as much as I did.
The upper part of the pool are with smaller kiddie-type pools and two slides. This is where we stayed and had fun with the slides.
We brought in our own food and drinks plus some pork liempo for grilling and they provided us the griller. The staff was nice and accommodating to our queries and needs. It was really an enjoyable stay for the day and we definitely have plans of going back.
How to get there: The route we used from Google map was via Daang Hari Road, Muntinlupa then turn left at Anabu Street (just before you reach Aguinaldo highway) for a stretch of approximately 4 kms. Look out for the sign “Fisher’s Eco Farm Resort” situated at the right side of the road and then turn right to a small, short dirt road leading to the resort. Total distance was roughly 19 kms.