Welcome to Holy Carabao Farm School

Welcome to
Holy Carabao Farm School

A real regenerative farm where you can have fun learning about food, health and the environment.

Workshops, Classes & Farm Tours

Going to Holy Carabao?

Take SLEX Southbound, then take ETON exit, then follow the road towards Sta. Rosa/Nuvali/Tagaytay.

Before Nuvali, you will see a huge Sta. Elena sign on your left. It’s across Jolibee Vista Mall and All Day Supermarket.

Make a LEFT at that sign. Drive past La Residencia, Three Monkeys, and keep going until you hit a roundabout.

Turn RIGHT at the roundabout. Go straight until you see a guard house. Inform the guard that you are going to Acacia Waldorf School. The school is about 1-2km from the guard gate. You will see the school on your left side. Make a U-turn when you see the school to your left.

Our farm’s entrance is right beside and after the school gate. There is no sign at the gate. It is a black metal gate. Park outside and enter on foot.

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About Us

Discover the heart of Holy Carabao – where nature thrives, and connections flourish. Get to know us, two Filipino moms with a love for eco-friendly spaces in Laguna.

Hindy Weber, Co-Founder

A mom to four amazing kids, Hindy took up Communication Arts at Ateneo de Manila before pursuing her passion for fashion at the Fashion Institute of Technology. After working as a fashion designer (15 years and counting), getting married to a supportive husband, and having children, Hindy founded Holy Carabao in 2007 simply because she wanted to bring home better food to her family. After involving herself in various farming, nutrition, healing, education, and movement workshops, she started growing food in their backyard. Harvests became more plentiful, and she began sharing the extra produce with friends and family, and soon after, decided to sell via door-to-door delivery. Follow her on Instagram @hindyweber to catch up on her life as an active Waldorf co-parent, day-to-day goings on at the farm, healthy recipes, style tips and her love for slow travel.

Sustainable Living Tip: Know Your Farmer!

Get in Touch!

Have questions, or ready to plan your next farm experience? Feel free to contact us with our information.

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