H.O.P.E. Christian Academy Student Tour
March 27, 2018
H.O.P.E. Christian Academy of La Trinidad, Benguet first brought their students to Pacific Farms last March 27, 2018. They experienced all of 14 sightseeing stations during their tour like sunrise view deck, PFI chapel, love bridge, salt harvesting, locomotive train ride and photo with salt mountain. Their interesting reflections on the presentation of the salt farmers were a good surprise as according to their teachers who attested as to how the group learned to value the message of PFI to its visitors. In the following year of 2019, the school repeated their alternative class in PFI. This time, they added the Mighty Energy Eggs snack in their package.
La Rose Noire Company Tour
Ms. Anne Martinez and her colleagues from La Rose Noire organized a trip to Pacific Farms last April 2016 after learning that their company is using salt from Salinas Foods, Inc. Among the activities included in their package, the station with highest score was the Locomotive Ride. Next on the top with good ratings were the Salt Mountain and Salt Harvesting. They enjoyed the food and place but most of all, they gave positive feedback learning about the farm's history, culture and values.
Featured Student Tour
It is said that knowledge is not only obtained from books and school areas, here in Pacific Farms, Inc., we prove that right.
For our student tours, we embark information about the environment and the science of salt harvesting through hands-on experiences and interactive lectures. Student tourists are then treated for a locomotive ride to relish the view of the 500 hectare salt farm in Bolinao, Pangasinan and most of all learn the tedious process of salt making.
Featured Company Outing
Last May 3, 2013, a group of salesmen from Philippine General Merchandising Corporation experienced a unique tour, Pacific Farms, Inc. AGRI-ECO Tour
The PGMC M1A group from Mindanao learned how Salt is made, the History of Pacific Farms, Incorporated. They enjoyed the Train Ride and the stop over at the large crystallizer areas with interesting Salt sculptures, then proceeded to the Salt Mountain. These two sites were both very good stations for a photo op. Other activities that made the experience educational were the Tree Planting and Healthy Food served to them. The visitors learned more about the importance of trees to the environment and that eating right can lead a long and sickness-free life.