Jun 17 2011

Yoki’s Farm, Tagaytay

During our Tagaytay road trip last week, we visited Yoki’s farm. It is a hydrophonics farm which uses mineral nutrient solution such as coconut husks to grow these lettuce instead of the usual soil. They distribute and sell these to restaurants within Tagaytay. We were a bit lost since it’s our first time to go there but we finally made it after several wrong turns! 🙂


Aside from the farm, you’ve got to see Yoki’s antique collection taken from different countries. Some of them were weird like the alien statue below. 🙂

Yoki's Antique Collection

Of course, don’t forget to have your picture taken with the biggest laughing buddha that you’ll see.

How to go to Yoki’s farm:

Go past bag of beans and turn right to a sign going to Hacienda Isabella and Paradizoo. Follow the signs going to Hacienda Isabella and this includes the sharp u-turn. After this, just go straight instead of following the right turn going to Hacienda Isabella. Then left on the next intersection and left again to follow the cemented road. You will see Yoki’s gate at the right side. There would be a Php 50/pax entrance fee.


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  1. camille


    I am a teacher here in Silang Cavite. I was looking for a perfect farm where I can bring my students this September, since it is in line with Science Month. Actually I was planning to have them experience farming on hands but when I was browsing for farms nearby, I saw you blog on organic farming and I was impressed with the pictures and captions. I just want to ask if you have experienced hands-on activities while you were in the farm. I would really appreciate your response in this matter. Thank you and God Bless.

  2. grace

    Hi Camille,

    We were not able to experience hands-on activities while we were in the farm. We just basically viewed the plants and a brief explanation on how it’s done. The highlight of the visit is actually Yoki’s antique collection. 🙂

  3. camille

    Thank you for the immediate response. Just sad students will not be able to experience hand-out activities. But the artifacts are really nice though. Thank you again. =)

  4. Rosanna sy

    Gud am. If we want to go to Yoki farm today, do we have to make prior reservation? Tks.

  5. grace

    @Rosanna, there’s no need for reservation. 🙂

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