Meet Riffle, one of Alomah’s champion horses. At first I was scared, but my love for animals is more than my fear. It is actually my first time to ride a horse and it was a very cool experience. Another check for my bucketlist.
What else to see and experience at Alomah’s Place?
For the kids and kid-at-heart, this bamboo playgound can add up to the enjoyment and fun during your stay.
A different kind of bonding experience, as you light up a bonfire at night which will also keep you warm from the cold weather at Dahilayan, Manolo Fortich.
Alomah’s Place has a function hall where you can conduct seminars, and other indoor activities.
These loft-type cottages are good for 4 persons for only P2,500 a night.
If you are the adventurous type, you can also rent a tent for only P500.00. That’s if the weather is nice.
Alomah’s Place is really a nice venue for team building, seminars, retreats, and family outing as well. And with all the activities mentioned above, It will surely be a breather from the stress, pollution and other negative things in the metro. A place that will make you feel healthy, energized, relaxed and clean.
So there you have it. Alomah’s Place. I’m really impressed how these kind of farms evolved from a simple farm into a place which promotes eco-tourism. Imagine if conventional farmers can change their ways and convert their farms to something like Alomah. Slowly but surely income will come . Plus they get to inspire, educate and help other people through their organic farm.
For more information about Alomah’s Place and for bookings/reservations, you may visit their Facebook Page www.facebook.com/Alomahs-Place or contact them directly through their mobile number 0908-8972466 / 0917-7153560.
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