6 Reasons to Visit Yoki’s Farm

6 Reasons to Visit Yoki's Farm

Yoki’s Farm is the nature lovers’ haven in Cavite. Whenever I hear the word “farm”, I often think about the crops and farm animals. Yoki’s farm exceeded my expectations. I was surprised that Yoki’s farm offers lots of activities.

1. Stunning Landscapes

If your Instagram feed is full of blue and green tones, you’ll enjoy Yoki’s farm. They have a grill garden and orchidarium.

6 Reasons to Visit Yoki's Farm

This can even be your venue for your prenup photo shoot!

2. Animal Encounters

I’m not a fan of animal exploitation. At first, I was hesitant to try this but then I realized that the animals in the farm are well taken care of. They are practically in their natural habitat. The horses roam around freely. The pigs, birds, and chickens have spacious cages. Well, except for the dangerous animals like snakes.

There’s a guide for every animal. I like that they are very helpful and approachable.

6 Reasons to Visit Yoki's Farm

The animal encounters cost 300 pesos per person.

3. Farm Experience

It’s not everyday that we see lots of crops! People can actually have a pick and pay experience for as low as 100 pesos. The crops includes lettuce, basil, and spinach.

Ready for Samgyeopsal!

4. Museum Tour

The owner of Yoki’s farm has a vast collection of antique items from different parts of the world. It’s amazing that we can see some relics without spending a lot of money for transportion.

They also have a corner for antique gadgets. It’s great to see the beginnings of a computer. As a blogger, I can’t imagine life without it!

5. Delectable Meals at the Farm Table

They serve healthy meals. If I were to select the food which I like the most, It would be the Mushroom Arugula Pizza, Parmesan Crusted Fish Fillet, and the Mango Yoghurt Smoothie.

6 Reasons to Visit Yoki's Farm

Besides the food, I also love their service. The staff are very nice and polite. They welcomed us warmly. In addition, I also like that they are using metal straws instead of disposable plastic straws.

6 Reasons to Visit Yoki's Farm
The Farm Table Menu

I think that the taste and the big serving gives justice to the price.

6. Cozy Accommodations

Yoki’s farm provides cozy accommodations for couples, family, and friends. The rooms are available on a first come first serve basis. The standard check in time is 2 pm and checkout is 12 noon the next day.

No. of RoomsRoom TypeRoom CapacityRegular Rates
2Family 59000+
2 Premiere47200+
4Twin/Double24500+

**All Room rates are subject to 10% service charge.

The good thing about their accommodation is that it includes free breakfast and use of swimming pool. Outside food is not allowed. After all, the Farm Table Restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

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I think half day is enough to explore the farm. If you want to stay longer, I will recommend you to avail their bed and breakfast.

6 Reasons to Visit Yoki's Farm

For more details check out the following links:

  • Facebook Page: Yoki’s Farm
  • Instagram: @yokis_farm
  • Email Address: yoki_farm@yahoo.com
  • Contact Numbers: 0917 8079588/ 046 4097527
  • Address: 003 Tabluan Road, Palocpoc 1, Mendez, Cavite

If you enjoy going to attractions like Yoki’s Farm, you might also like to visit Villa Escudero in Quezon.

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6 thoughts on “6 Reasons to Visit Yoki’s Farm

  1. That place was amazing.
    My pupils and I went there for a field trip last 2017, if I’m not mistaken. The experience was so wonderful. We’re able to harvest lettuce and buy it. They even taught us how to plant lettuce and showed us different types of it. They also have different animals and a mini zoo. They took pictures of different animals there. My pupils we’re very happy even if it was not yet delveloped. Hope to return there to experience the new feels. Hehehehehe. Love that place.

  2. This is perfect! I’ve been looking for a new place with a farm where we can relax and also learn farming.

  3. Oooh, I wonder if it’s easy to go to by public transport. I have to check how to get to Mendez. We’ve been thinking of a short getaway before we resume our homeschooling and this looks like a wonderful place to take the kids to. Parang mahal lang ang rates ng room, hihi.

    Do they have wifi?

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