Nature Adventure At Bag-Angan Farm Resort


Aside from being a blogger, I also have a full-time job as a Public Relations Manager and as a part-time social media manager. Aside from the demands of my work, I am also a mom to two adorable boys. Although I feel lucky to be doing home-based jobs, at times, I feel exhausted, to the point of losing my interest in my daily routine. Whenever I reached this point, I know that it’s time for a holiday. Somewhere away from the busy city life, not minding deadlines, and being on hiatus on social media at least for a day or two.
Being able to discover Bag-Angan Farm and Resort has refreshed my mind. It is a must-visit place for those who are so stressed out and wanted to escape the hustle of their daily city life. Bag-Angan Farm is located in Barangay Guisican, Labo, Camarines Norte.
Our journey started with a rough road adventure, with frequent bumps that will make you scream on top of your lungs. But after almost an hour of the truck ride, you will be rewarded with nothing but a stress-free atmosphere.
Bag-Angan Farm is a secluded property owned by the Bacer family. The concept is back to basic where there is no electricity and internet connection.
The farm consists of a nipa hut accommodation, man made a freshwater pool with the mountains as the backdraft. Every corner is worth capturing and the view is breathtaking.

3 Things To Do In Bag-Angan Farm
1. Reconnect with nature
The beautiful scenery disconnects you to the social media world while reconnecting you to Mother Nature.
The pool is surrounded with greens which makes it even more relaxing. The entire place is surrounded with trees, mountains, and body of water. Every spot literally looks like a post card so take lots of photos!

2. Cave adventure at Bag-Angan Cave
Those who are up for an adventure, you may want to consider trekking and visiting Bag-Angan Cave. Don’t forget to bring hiking or trekking shoes as you need to walk miles and cross the river. It took us almost an hour before we finally reached the cave. It’s a bit scary at first but there is a spot inside where you can take nice photos.
There were many bats we encountered while we were trying to find our way out. Overall experience is ok but I won’t recommend to those who are claustrophobic or those who have an extreme fear of darkness.

3. Enjoy local dishes
Just like every province and town in the Philippines, Bicol has so many delectable dishes to offer. Aside from Laing or dried gabi leaves in coconut milk, I also liked Sinantol.
The famous Bicol dishes, Laing (top photo) and Sinantol (bottom photo)

Of course, roasted liempo and crispy pata will always be the star!

Rates:
-PHP100 (adults) and PHP50 (kids) per head for day tour
-PHP500 for the cottage (daytour)
Overnight Accommodation:
3k for 4-6persons
4k for 7-8 persons
5k for 9-11persons
6k for 12-15 persons

8k for 16-20 person 

Amenities:
-freshwater pool (4,5 and 6 feet deep)
-basketball court
-2 story style nipa hut accommodation
-dining room
-kitchen with basic cooking utensils and gas stove
-living room
-bedroom with mosquito net
-shower room and toilet
-there is a small sari-sari store nearby where you can buy basic supplies like noodles, junk foods, cookies, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages

How To Go To Bag-Angan Farm:
-From Cubao, take Superlines, Philtranco or DLTB that is bound to Daet. Alight at Iglesia Ni Kristo, Barangay Guisican.
-Contact Mr. Arnel Bacer (09165346351) for instructions
-A truck will take you directly to the farm and travel time is roughly 15-20 minutes.

Tips and Reminders:
-Bring mosquito repellant like off lotion or citronella
-Apply lots of sunblock
-Bring board games or musical instruments like a guitar so you have something to do in case you get bored
-Bring power banks

Thank you to Sir Bong Palma, Provincial Tourism Officer, Sir Rod, Municipal Tourism Officer of Capalonga and Ms. Myrna and Jovanie of CamNorte Tourism Office for accommodating us. Special thanks to Sir Mike Zuniga of Katooga.ph for the invite.

Bag-Angan Farm Resort
Purok 6 Barangay Guisican Labo, Camarines Norte

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