Next on Bohol Countryside Tour is Butterfly Farm, Sagbayan. The entrance fee is Php30. You will be accompanied by a guide who will explain on the evolution of a butterfly, the beautiful colourful insect. Due to huge space, the butterflies are all scattered in the farm. Notwithstanding you can still spot or close in with the butterflies when they are feeding on a nectar from flowers or fruits provided by the farm keeper.
The butterflies are also fed by a honey concentrated sponge hanged at few walkway of the farm.
Ambled with the least motion, I try so hard not to send the butterflies scurry away into the unknown hide-outs.
The farm is huge considering the small number of butterflies in the farm. No wonder there is a picnic scene during the weekend and peak season.
If you are lucky enough, you will bump into a bee mascot who is just as excited as you are to be there.
Before you get set for your next destination, don’t miss trying home made fruit ice-cream sold at the butterfly farm. Mango ice-cream is one of the favourite.