Relax and Rejuvenate at Gabby's Farm Resort - Nature's Own Getaway
Gabby's Farm is the perfect destination for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
We are passionate about providing a unique experience for each of our guests. We strive to create a space where they can learn, connect with nature, and recharge. Come and explore the wonders of Gabby's Farm and see why it's become such a popular destination.
"All the marvels of nature are glimpses of His divine power and expressions of His Love." Elder M. Russell Ballard
Gabby's Farm in its raw state truly captivated our senses. To us, it is nature's best. With breathtaking views of the city and the lush forests, we were truly awed by the place at first sight.
Click here to know how it all began.
WHAT WE HARVEST
Gabby's Farm has three main produce - cacao, longkong lanzones and black pepper. Black pepper (paniyur) vines are all over the farm and we are already enjoying our harvest at this time.
Gabby's Farm is also home to fruit trees like bananas, papaya, rambutan, guyabano, bayabas and some rare to find local fruits such as chesa, pajo and balimbing. We also have a few exotic fruits such as latexless langka, seedless atis, dragon fruit, super avocado, etc. We have started harvesting the fruits of some of the trees.
Organic vegetables on our table comes directly from the farm - okra, sitao, sili, upo, patola, kamias, gabi, kamote and a lot more. The volume of our harvest for vegetables is quite limited, just enough for consumption and not for volume sale.
Do a chicken call "cluck cluck" and you'd be surprised how many native chickens will come to you expecting to be fed.
The Farm consists of three villas. Each villa has a standalone house that comes with a plunge pool, a huge yard and veranda, and named after the tree that grows very near the house :
Narra : is the national tree of the Philippines because it is resilient and strong. It is meant to represent the cultural pride that every Filipino immigrant may carry with them.
Yambo : is a small tropical evergreen tree with a thick canopy of wide-spreading branches and leathery leaves. The peak season of the Yambo fruit is between June and September.
Antipolo : not everyone knows that Antipolo is a tree. Antipolo is a large tree. Its leaves, twigs and stem produce a milky sap which is used for snaring birds. The fruit of the Antipolo is not edible. The rounded fruit would become blackish brown when mature and we would collect them to get the seeds.
Our farm is not your typical farm where you can see the gardens and trees on a plain. Gabby's farm is unique since it is located on a hill . Free yourselves from the chaotic noise and savor our very peaceful and relaxing ambiance. The rustling of the leaves by the cool wind will surely refresh your soul.
On a summer's day, the view is as clear as the sky. Come the Christmas season, nature gives you a stunning sea of clouds.
Pick, Harvest & Pay
Our farm's main harvest, cacaos, take time to grow just like all the good things in life. And they need to be processed to transform into chocolates.
But we have other fresh harvests that will interest you and will be available for pick, harvest and pay in the near future like lanzones, lemons, lettuce, and cranberries.
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