Forested Area (Mahogany, Narra and other indigenous trees)
Back in 1998, when we have acquired this property, we envisioned to continuously plant and recreate a forest. We are happy to say that after nearly 20 years, this vision is coming into fruition.
Walk around the farm and see the banana plantation intercropped with different fruit-bearing trees such as Lansones, Rambutan, Mangosteen and Guyabano
The vegetable garden around the Bahay Kubo offers vegetables in the bahay kubo song that are in season.
Fishpond (Opening Soon)
Guests can throw in their lures and get some fresh catch of the day. Here we have some hito and tilapia.
The free-flowing river connected to Mount Banahaw offers guests a nice dip on a sunny day.
Standard Room for 2
Singkamas and Kamatis Rooms with 1 Queen size bed
Standard Room for 3
Ampalaya and Patola Rooms with 1 Single bed and 1 Bunk bed
Deluxe Room with Kitchenette
Kalabasa Room with a Queen size bed and a kitchenette
Deluxe Room with a King size bed with a single top layer bunk
Family Room for 4
Upcycle-themed Talong Room with 1 Queen size bed and 1 bunk bed
Family Room for 6
Shanty-themed Mustasa Room with 3 bunk beds
Dormitory Room for 16
Quonset Hut Room with 8 bunk beds
Bahay Kubo Fan Room for 4
Bahay Kubo themed room with a Queen size bed and 2 single beds
Treehouse Room for 2 ( Opening Soon)
Treehouse Room beside the campsite with a Queen size bed.
Yurk for 2 (Opening Soon)
Permanent tent with a queen size mattress
With a room that can hold up to 2 drivers at once.
Comprised of the open area for activities, closed dining hall for meals, conference room for corporate functions and a lounge for videoke.
Area for campers to pitch their tents. There is a nearby toilet and bath.
There are 2 Bonfire area, one near the cottages and the other in the middle of the campsite. This is where people can spend the night telling stories, singing campfire tunes or making smores.
Vantage point as you watch kids swimming in the river, men washing their cows, carabaos and horses and mothers washing their clothes.
Banana Chips Production Facility
Our most popular product, the Villa Socorro Farm Sabanana Banana Chips are all made inside the farm. Watch the process and see the facility in action.