November 24, 2017, 4:58 pm
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Everyday is family day

FAMILY day has always been the much awaited time of the week after long and tiring days whether at school or at work. To make sure that we have a blast during weekends, we tend to look and plan for go-to places where different members of the family can indulge and have fun. But why wait for weekends if we can enjoy it any time of the week? 

Tucked in the heart of Lubao, Pampanga, Pradera Verde is the new spot to discover which offers a great combination of tranquility and adventure. A 2- hour drive from the busy city of Manila is rewarded by 315 hectares of green scenery tagged as the most breathtaking landscape of the North. It makes a perfect backdrop for family pictures, too! 

Kids are usually the biggest considerations during family trips, and Pradera Verde makes sure that they have the best childhood memories. Running around the lawn area or going for a bike ride for free enables them to find their newest and biggest playground. They are able to feel the excitement and joy of being outdoors as they explore the grounds and all its offerings. 

Of course, teenagers will not feel left out as their thirst for adventure can surely hype up the main attraction of the place- the Pradera Verde Wake Park. What makes this the best among the rest? Well, it creates its own mark as the only wake park in the Philippines which has a regenerating lake and two starting docks. It also makes sure that everyone can feel the thrill, whether as experts, beginners or somewhere in between with its different lakes. Newbies and kids can go for an exciting warm-up at three beginner lakes while professionals can choose the big lake with two starting docks and spin through its nerve-wrecking speed. No need to be nervous moms, Pradera Verde has knowledgeable trainers manning the main attraction.

Speaking of moms, regular pools at Pradera Verde Water Park suit moms who want to unwind above the water. Also, kids and kids at heart will roll out fun as they hit some waves at the wave pool. 

While most prefer adrenaline activities, dads sometimes seek for a more relaxed bonding time with the family.

One better way to do it is to play at The Pradera Verde Golf and Country Club. Enjoying the picturesque view of Mt. Arayat and the Zambales mountains while aiming at the 18-hole winning golf course makes a perfect combination. One only has to pay a green fee worth 2,000 during weekdays and 2,500 on weekends and voila! We’re now about to discover the golfing abilities of our mighty dads. 

Just like other family getaways, tasting local dishes popular in the place and eating together have always been the best bonding experience every family day.

Geographically speaking, Pampanga is well-known for dishing out sumptuous meals. Pradera Verde’s Viewdeck Restaurant is undoubtedly a heaven-sent location as it serves a wide array of drool-worthy Kapampangan dishes such as sinigang, crispy pork sisig and kare-kare to name a few. In addition to that, it also offers international cuisine to satisfy less local palates. 

Furthermore, The Viewdeck which also houses two function rooms big family occasions. Unfortunately, a whole day is not enough to savor Pradera Verde. Hence, duplex suites and villas with classy interiors are there for overnight stays.

Providing comfort and convenience during quick vacations, families can enjoy comfortable linens, adjustable power-showers, soft as ever pillows and high-speed Internet connection which is ideal for timely family getaways. 
Every moment with our family is considered a family day, and spending it at Pradera Verde makes it even more special. 

No need to wait for weekends, no need for ahead of time plans, and no need to go for a long drive. You have no reason to skip family day. 
Because in Pradera Verde, everyday is a family day.
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