Make the Outdoors Your Playground for P350/Day at This Farm Resort in Bataan

You can also stay overnight!
by | April 18, 2023

While the sweltering summer heat will bring you to beach destinations around the country, some travelers take this as their cue to go on an adventure up in the mountains. If this is your cup of tea and you’re up for some adventure, check out the day trip experiences at Sinagtala Farm Resort:


A day trip at Sinagtala Farm Resort

Nestled in Bataan, Sinagtala Farm Resort is a 52-hectare land in the ridges of Mt. Natib. It offers scenic views of the surrounding mountains and forest, and it’s the perfect place when you’re craving a break from the towering buildings in the city.

Check out these views at Tanawin and its various photo spots:

For an entrance fee of P350 per head, you’ll have access to three swimming pools, one of which is an infinity pool facing the vast rainforest. You can also explore hiking trails and use the playground if you’re visiting with kids.

There are plenty of cottages, huts, and picnic tables you can rent for the day.

If you’re feeling adventurous you can try the rides at The Sinagtala Adventure Park, which includes the following:

  • Sky Bridge (P100)
  • Sky Bike (P200)
  • Sky Zipline (P350)
  • Sky Swing (P200)

Find more day trip details and fees here.

Sinagtala is also a popular venue for team buildings, celebrations, and weddings.


Day Camping

Ideal for groups of 10, Sinagtala also offers Mud Huts for day use at P2,000 each.

If you wish to stay for overnight or for a whole weekend, you can check out their overnight accommodations here.


Location, Operating Hours, and How to Book

Sinagtala Farm Resort is located in Barangay Tala, Orani, Bataan.

They are open daily from 9 AM to 5 PM.

For inquiries and bookings, visit Sinagtala’s website, send a message at 0998-856-1664 or 0917-178-2345, or an email to

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When she’s not writing, Ina’s busy curating playlists that will save her when words don’t work, reading, annoying her cat, or thinking of her next meal.

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