Egay’s Farm Panglao: Interactive Farm Experience

Egay’s Farm, another tourist spot in Panglao, offers a delightful agritourism experience with its focus on sustainable agriculture and interactive farm activities. This spot is perfect for families and nature lovers looking to get closer to the rural way of life.

overhead view of an integrated organic farm with visible warehouses and farm sections and beddings

Key Details

  • Location: Egay’s Farm is nestled in Panglao, Bohol, Philippines.
  • Best Time to Visit: Visit during the dry months from November to May for the best experience.
  • Opening Hours: The farm is open daily from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
  • Entry Fee: A minimal fee of PHP 100 per person is charged for maintenance and tour services.


Founded in 1998 by Egay, a local agriculturist, the farm has grown from a modest family plot to a flourishing agritourism site that promotes sustainable practices and education.

What to See and Do

  • Participate in organic farm tours and sustainable agriculture workshops.
  • Enjoy hands-on experiences like animal feeding and crop harvesting.
  • Relax in natural picnic areas with scenic views of the countryside.

Tips for Visitors

  • Dress comfortably and wear suitable footwear for farm activities.
  • Bring essentials like sunscreen, water, and snacks.
  • Plan ahead by checking the weather forecast to make the most of your visit.


  • Restrooms: Clean and accessible facilities.
  • Small Cafe: Offering local snacks and drinks.
  • Parking: Ample parking available for visitors.
  • Picnic Areas: Designated spots for families to enjoy.

How to Get There

Located approximately 20 kilometers from Tagbilaran City, Egay’s Farm can be reached by car or local transport services such as tricycles and buses that route towards the area. The terminal in Dau has buses heading this way. If you’re in Panglao, a tricycle ride will get you to the farm.

Nearby Attractions

  • Dauis Church: A historic church known for its beautiful architecture and miraculous well, located within a 30-minute drive from the farm.
  • Nova Shell Museum: Houses an extensive collection of seashells and marine specimens, just 25 kilometers away.
  • Panglao Church: Famous for its old stone architecture and religious artifacts, situated in the heart of Panglao island. Click here for more information


  • Countryside Inn: A comfortable and convenient option just 5 km from Egay’s Farm.
  • Farm View Guesthouse: A charming guesthouse with a farm-themed decor, located 6 km away.
  • Garden Villa: Offers a peaceful retreat with modern amenities, approximately 7 km from the farm.

Personal Experience

In our last visit to this farm, we brought our daughter with us, we explored the farm through a guided farm tour. My daughter delighted in feeding the animals and participating in crop harvesting and seeing the black pigs. We concluded our day with a peaceful picnic in a shaded area, surrounded by lush greenery. This trip not only brought us closer to nature but also to each other. I really love seeing my daughter enjoying nature, leaving us with cherished memories and a deeper appreciation for the origins of our food. Don’t forget to visit our Blog page for more Bohol travel stories.

4 black piglets in the pig pen with rice hulls as floor beddingSet featured image


  1. What activities are suitable for children at Egay’s Farm?Children can enjoy educational farm tours, interactive animal feeding sessions, and hands-on crop harvesting experiences.
  2. Are pets allowed at Egay’s Farm?Pets are not allowed to ensure the safety of farm animals and the cleanliness of the farm facilities.
  3. Can I purchase organic produce directly from the farm?Yes, Egay’s Farm has an on-site store where fresh organic produce is available for purchase. Visitors can also participate in harvesting activities and take home freshly picked produce. My daughter really enjoyed this one.

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