Be amazed with the beauty of Sunflower Camp at Tayug Eco Park


Looking for a summer getaway? If you love being surrounded by gorgeous blooms, or are dedicated to getting that perfect Instagram photo, then you'll want to visit these ones of the breathtaking flower fields in the Philippines. Sunflower Camp is located at Purok 4 Brgy C.Lichauco, Tayug, Pangasinan. It was owned by App Construction and supplies. Aside from sunflower, there are different kinds of flowers that you can see inside the camp such as morning glory, cristaya, comphrena, marigolds, petunia, and celosia.

Tayug Sunflower Camp is truly one of Pangasinan's gems. With thousands of flowers in full bloom, it's impossible not to fall in love with this magical place. Aside from flowers, there are also some vegetable vegetations inside wherein you'll be able to see and pick your favorite vegetable which you can take home at price. Apart from that, there are still some other things you can enjoy! It has a surprising center of another flower garden with a garden bench for a perfect photo. The decorations used in the maze are recycled materials, such as blue water drums, old tires, and even office furniture that's why there are lots of picture spots you can pose. There are also nipa huts inside the camp where you can rest. The restrooms are clean. There are also stalls outside where you can buy your food.

So what are you waiting for? Invite your friends and family and visit the Sunflower maze in Tayug, Pangasinan and take your pictures into a new level!

Gentle Reminders:

✔Don't forget to bring the following for sun and extreme heat protection.
    *bottled water
    *umbrella/hat
    *sunglasses
    *sunblock
    *fan
✔No DRONE ZONE, drone shots, and drone flying are strictly prohibited.

NOTE:

✔It is highly suggested to visit the farm on its full bloom in March, so plan your trip accordingly. As this is a hot tourist spot, it is also advisable to wear summer comfy clothes that will protect you from the scorching heat of the sun.

Entrance Fee:

Adults: P130.00/head as of the Year 2020.
Senior/students/PWDS: P80.00 provided that they have their IDs with them.

Operating Hours

Monday-Sunday:6am-7pm

How to get to Sunflower Maze/Camp in Pangasinan

By bus
1. Ride Five Star Bus or Viron Transit with Tayug Signage in Cubao Terminal. Drop-off point: Sta. Maria, Pangasinan crossing, the landmark is 7/11.
3. Ride a tricycle going to the sunflower camp.P100.00 per head.

By private car

1. Take NLEX-SCTEX-TPLEX highway
2. Take the TPLEX-Carmen Exit
3. Head north (turn right) after the Carmen Exit
4. Landmark is SM Rosales, after SM Rosales there is an intersection with McDonald's at your right. Turn right. (this is the manuals trail the alternate route to Baguio).
5. You will pass by the town of Rosales, there is a Rotonda in front of the municipal hall. After the Rotonda, there is a sharp left. Turn left towards Sta. Maria town.
6. Before Sta. Maria Municipal Hall, there is an intersection with a 7/11 store. Turn right on 7/11. (this is Sta. Maria-San Quintin road)
7. Drive about 8km and follow the directional sign to the farm.

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