Wednesday, June 27, 2018

One Countryside Experience

Have you ever been in Orani? I bet you are familiar with other town and cities in Bataan but not in Orani. If you will google this town, you will only see Vista Tala and Sinagtala which are popular resort in Orani. But hey! Aside from those places, Orani has lot of things to offer when it comes to faith, farm and ecotourism. After reading this blog post, I'm pretty sure that you will appreciate the beauty of this town.

We were invited by Department of Tourism to witness the Beauty of Orani last June 26, 2018 and I am honored and grateful to be part of the product launching of this "One Countryside Experience" in Orani. Their vision is to include Orani in the top 5 ecotourism destinations in Central Luzon by the year 2020. And based on what I saw, and what I've experienced, there's no doubt! Orani will be part of the top 5 not only in Central Luzon, but in the whole country!

We arrived there at 8:00 am and the Orani National High school street dancers welcomed us with an energetic street dance performance and fresh buko juice to start our day

First stop of the tour is the Tala View Deck located at Brgy, Tala. From the city proper, we rode a 4x4 to reach this part of Orani. I didn't know that there's a hidden paradise like this in this town. It is truly amazing!

Ritual Presentation of IP Community

You will see the view of Mt. Arayat in Pampanga, and the West Philippine Sea on the other side.

After that, we went to Baby's Aqua farm for lunch and guess what we had for lunch..

Fresh sea food from the aqua farm itself. We had a boodle fight with this view

Aside from boodle fight, other activities that you can do here is fishing (catch and pay) and fish feeding for free.

From there, we rode an E-Trike going to Diaz Agri Farm 

This farm was owned by Rey Diaz. He shared some information about organic farming which is very helpful.

You can experience planting rice for free, vegetable and fruit picking (Pick and Pay), egg picking (Pick and Pay), and animal feeding for free

Before going home, We had a quick visit at the church - Diocesan Shrine of Our Lady of the most Holy Rosary

There's also a museum upstairs (Museo ni Maria) where you can see all the clothes that Mama Mary wore, including crowns and accessories.

Look at those details!

Watch the official video of the launch here.

You can also experience this day tour for only P1,750 per person (minimum of 10 persons)

The package includes:
Entrance fees
Environmental fee
Tour Guide Fee
Land Transfers (E-trike)
Welcome Lei/ Souvenir item

For further inquiries, you may call: 09276311247
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