Denila Grapes Farm

Denila Farm is slowly becoming the Napa Valley of Iloilo. It may not be as wide and big as the famous wine region of California yet it has its own way of letting Ilonggos experience grapes picking and short farm tour in their place. Without boarding a plane and too much expenses, Ilonggos can now experience grapes picking at an economical way.

denila farm sta. barbara

denila farm signage

What to Do There

From time to time, they are announcing in their Facebook page the grapes picking schedule. Grapes are sold at P120 per kilo. Entrance fee is P30 for adults and P20 for children and senior citizens. As mentioned, aside from grapes picking, Denila Farm has also blooming sunflowers and vegetable garden.

denila farm grapes

denila farm entrance fees

The Grapes Farm

denila farm grapes

denila farm grapes

denila farm grapes

denila farm grapes

denila farm grapes

denila farm grapes

denila farm grapes

 

The Sunflowers in Bloom

denila farm sunflower

denila farm sunflower

denila farm sunflower

The place is also serving lunch and snacks which makes it an ideal place to relax and bond with the family and friends.

How to Get There

Denila Farm is located at Lanag, Sta. Barbara Iloilo. People coming from the city can ride Sta. Barbara jeepney from Iloilo Terminal Market and Diversion Road areas. You can also get a ride from Ungka Terminal. Fare is at P20-P25 (depending where you are from) going to the town market or plaza. Travel time from the city is approximately 45 to 60 minutes.

From the plaza, you can ride a tricycle. Fare is at P10 and kindly tell the driver to take you at Denila Farm. Travel time from plaza to farm is approximately 10 minutes.
Grapes picking has its schedule and a lot of people are eager to pick so it is best if you can come early in the place so you can have yours.

If you want to try something new without travelling to far from the city, you can add Denila Farm in the next places you must see with your friends.

Note:

Entrance fees, prices, location and other information may change from the date this blog is posted. This blog post is written for FREE and is subject to the author’s perspective but may change upon next visit/s.

shemaegomez

Sheila is a digital marketing enthusiast and obsessed in promoting Iloilo. She is a kdrama fan, a dog person and a certified foodie!

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