{Wanderlust Wednesdays} Partoza Durian Farms

8/14/2013


The city of Davao is very famous for the Durian fruit. When it's on season, you can haggle the fruit for as low as P10.00 per kilo. But you know what's a better news to hear? I heard that somewhere in Tugbok District, you can eat durian for as much as you want at Partoza Durian Farms!  Well, I hope that this promo is still available until now.


The Partoza Durian Farm is located in Tugbok District, which is an hour drive from the downtown part of Davao. It was actually a haven of peace and joy, and if you want a temporary escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, then this place is a perfect idea. There is no mobile or internet signal in this place making you temporarily forget all your stresses away.
This is not just an ordinary durian plantation or farm. Aside from being home to more than 500 trees of durian, this farm also has a livestock area and herb garden. Also, this place has been transformed from being a family-owned farm to a leisure destination catering to certain events like retreats, team-building activities and educational tours or just mere search for some peace and quiet. 

For more information, here are their contact details:

Partoza Durian Farms
Barangay Biao Escuela, Tugbok District, Davao City 8000
Tel +6382 226 4406 | +6382 286 1598
Mobile +63917 714 7332 | +63920 960 7332 | +63922 875 7788
Email partozadurianfarms@gmail.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PartozaDurianFarms
** A similar feature on the Partoza Durian Farms is also posted on my food blog, SHUTTER CRAVINGS.**

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4 comments

  1. Nice! That's why there's always a reason for "outsiders" like me to visit Davao City. Parang hindi ko na mauubos ang nasa listahan ko. I wouldn't hesitate to fly there for the third time. :)

    I always fancy gardens like this. Zen!

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