After attending the special mass held in Via Dolorosa (will blog about this place soon) which is actually an annual celebration in Antipolo to mark as the start of their Pilgrimage season, our group decided to find a resort in Antipolo so we can freshen up just for a bit before going back to Cavite. Our pilgrimage group is composed of 2 big buses so we had to find a place that can accommodate us all and a place that everybody can easily afford. The first plan actually was to visit the infamous Hinulugang Taktak falls but right after we get there, we were inform that the small pool near the falls is not yet accessible at that time. Some of us are no longer in the mood for swimming yet others are still insisiting so it wasn’t unanimous at all but still, the majority wins and we had to find another place to swim. The driver took us from one place to another until someone mentioned the Loreland Farm Resort.
Loreland Farm Resort was not just an average family resort as it covers the entire 8 hectares of land. It was so huge indeed!
Here’s the resort’s current rates. The entrance fee is surprisingly affordable considering how huge the place is.
Additional charges and fees
And here’s the huge map of the resort. The blue marks are the accessible pools. As you can see, the map will also feature their famous Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa which goes Php1,100 for their cheapest package per person. We didn’t get a chance to see the place though.
The CampTipolo Adventureland banner. CampTipolo Adventureland is another offering of Loreland Farm Resorts ideally made for summer camps for kids, groups or family. They include wide range of activities that kids will surely enjoy.
This wonderful pond and fountains will greet you as you enter the resort. We are lucky enough to get one of the nicest spot in the resort. The cottage that we took is quite near the Luljetta and there is a spot here where you will have a chance to view the majestic Laguna De Bay and Manila Skyline!
Small cottages we have seen along the way! The Phase 1 pool which is 3 to 5 ft deep and is also connected to a very small Jacuzzi. There goes my mom (the woman in white) and the rest of our group.
On the other side of the Phase 1 pool, lies a Kiddie pool
Which is just few steps away from this cute Playground.
I decided to explore more of the place and I found this cute rest house with a small pool outside. I guess this is really ideal for weddings and probably honeymoon as well.
While exploring, I found a really nice path that will take you to their Station of The Cross but I think I will create a separate entry for that along with the chapel that we found within the resort.
The bigger Kiddie pool
Love this concrete stairs
The reception area.
Also found this cute rest house near the Aplaya pools
Another pool (3-4ft deep) near the Aplaya
The Aplaya pool and their life-size ship/slide attraction.
The Phase 2 pool
The Phase 3
How to Get To Loreland Farm Resorts :Check this link and see that detailed instruction from their official webpage (http://www.bienvenidotours.com/how-to-get-here.html) or this one (http://loreland.com.ph/map.php)
For More Info, check their official webpages here
Feel free to visit my other entries about Antipolo below
►Biyaheng Antipolo (Prologue)
►Hinulugang Taktak Falls
►Pinto Art Musuem
►25 Artworks That You Should Not Miss in Pinto Art Museum
►Jardin De Miramar
►Casa Santa Museum
►Cloud 9 Hotel and Resorts
►Things To Buy When Visiting Antipolo