Bea Alonzo gives tour of their farm in Zambales

We often see our favorite actors and actresses sharing a bit of their life behind the glitz and glamour of the camera via their vlogs. This time, the spotlight is on Bea Alonzo as she gives a virtual tour for the first time of their family farm in Zambales.

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The gorgeous farm we are talking about is owned by Bea’s family and they named it Beati Firma. As a little background, Bea explains that it all started back in 2011 when a family friend offered them the said land. Back then, there was only one three standing tall within the vast area.

Although hesitant at first, the whole family eventually decided to invest in this and now, they are already reaping the fruit of their labor.

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The whole farm is surrounded by Mahogany Trees originally counter at 5,000 trees but because of a recent typhoon, one tree was cut off and it is now at 4,999. The majority of the farm is composed of Mango Trees which is one of the primary sources of income of the farm.

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It is also home to many animals like cows, sheep, pigs, and dogs. Bea is also proud to share with everyone that they have an organic farm. This means that they do not let their animals eat commercial products, instead, they are fed with organic substances which are also produced by their farm.

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In addition to its sustainability, the farm also has solar-powered lamp posts which light up the whole area when night comes. This is still part of the effort of Bea’s family to be true to their first aim of having both a sustainable and organic farm.

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They also have a farmhouse which the whole family stays in when they are visiting.

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They also have a small pond that is home to tilapias which they also serve to visitors or family members visiting their farm.

This basketball court is also built inside the farm so that their family or visitors can have the chance to some leisure while admiring the scenic view of the whole farm.

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Above all else, Bea is just thankful that their whole family decided to agree on this huge investment roughly a decade ago most especially to her mom who has been the brain behind their farm for all these years.

You can also watch her full vlog here: