Still haven’t visited Kinawe Blooming Farm yet? The farm located in Kinawe, Libona, Bukidnon went trending last year due to its giant sunflowers and a lot has changed since then. A short 30-minute drive from Cagayan de Oro, the farm has been drawing lots of visitors especially during weekends.
GETTING THERE. Again, Kinawe Blooming Farm is easy to locate. It is right along the main road in Kinawe, Libona, Bukidnon. From Cagayan de Oro City, you can take either the Camaman-an-Indahag Road or the Macasandig-Indahag Road. After reaching Indahag Proper, just follow the Provincial Road which will take you to Kili-og area. The landmark is Kinawe National High School and the farm is just a few meters ahead. See map below.
Health protocols are now in place upon entry.
Entrance Fee costs P50 which is consumable and can be used to buy vegetables and root crops grown in the farm.
The farm is still under development and this entrance structure is just one of its news additions.
The farm isn’t just about giant sunflowers, it also has other equally attractive flowering plants.
Some plots have just been planted…just like Farmville
Many of these flowering plants are unique.
Picking of flowers is prohibited…
Benches are provided for selfies and groufies.
Of course, the giant sunflowers are still there standing at least 5 feet.
After a brief tour of the farm, a sip of coconut water would be refreshing.
Large huts are available for family picnics which you can rent for P100 for 45 minutes.
You can spend some time under the shade for coffee and snacks.
By the way, the farm also has plants for sale for the plantitos and plantitas.
It is best to visit the farm during late afternoon to avoid the sun’s heat.
After the farm tour, you can choose to buy vegetables and root crops grown in the farm using the tickets.
Parking is along the road and is usually full during weekends.
See our post last year.