During our weekend stay at Lima Park Hotel in Batangas, we visited the Marian Orchard in Balete.
The Marian Orchard is a pilgrimage site for prayer and reflection.
The site resembles that of the European Gardens – sprawling, full of flowers, ample areas to have your quiet time and it is even big enough to accommodate group bookings.
And since Holy Week is here, there’s no better place than the Marian Orchard for your spiritual journey to connect with God and his creations.
It’s a wonderful way to discern His will.
To receive His guidance.
To strengthen your faith.
To ask for His forgiveness.
Being on a pilgrimage will give you an opportunity to develop yourself spiritually. At the same time, it gives you a chance to be in the company of people of your faith and to be able to inspire those who need inspiration.
Pilgrimage is a sacred journey and can be life-changing. Just open your heart and mind and allow yourself to experience the Divine.
Being inside the Marian Orchard and being able to go around even for a short time, re-energized me spiritually. It’s something I would want to do every year. But Holy Week isn’t the only time of the year you can come over to do this. You can visit this place anytime of the year with friends and family for an unforgettable spiritual experience.
Marian Orchard – House Rules
HOLY MASS SCHEDULE
Every first Friday of the month, Saturdays, and Sundays at 4PM.
Open daily from 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Last entry at 5:00 PM.
Php 50.00 Mondays to Fridays
Php 80.00 Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays
Children below 3 ft come in FREE
Students, senior citizens, PWDs, and Balete residents enjoy all-season P50.00 entrance. Just present valid ID.
(New rates effective April 21, 2019)
Brgy. Malabanan, Balete, Batangas, Philippines