About Beekeeping Tours, As of 1 Apr - 1 May

While there’s no green light yet for Beekeeping tours to resume this year, our optimistic vision is already setting its sights for an eventful return in the spring of 2024. We acknowledge that there have been a growing number of people that desire to explore the awesome adventures of our happy bees. However, the lack of time and sufficient area to build up their own beehive remains a challenge.

Luckily, we’ve came up with an interesting formula to let your families, friends, and peers get a closer look at how beekeepers perform their job to maintain a beehive and how honeybee works.

If you’re interested to dive deeper into the activity, you’re entitled to have a lecture on bees, beekeeping equipment, beehive products, and pollination. To make it sound more exciting, you’ll also get your beekeeper’s suit to have a chance to watch our beekeeper operate live in a beehive.

Setting Your Tour Schedule

You can schedule a tour of your own via reservation. To fill up your reservation, you must have at least 10 participants which you would include each of the ages and their suit sizes.

Important Note

Remember that beekeeping tours would heavily rely on how the weather will fare. If it happens to rain, we won’t open hives for the safety of the participants and the bees. We will instead reschedule the tour to another date in case it rains.

Tour Guidelines

Take note that bees aren’t violent in nature and only tend to sting in the presence of a potential threat. However, presented here are some of the guidelines and basic considerations for you safety precaution:

1. Wear Appropriate Dress

Every participant should wear pants and shoes that won’t expose the toes. Keep in mind that bee suits are sting resistant and not sting proof, and it doesn’t cover the whole feet.

2. Strictly No Pets

As adorable as your pet dog, cat, rabbit, chicken, or other cute animals may seem, they tend to get curious by their instinct, thus, the risk of getting stung. If they get stung, it may lead to them panicking which may harm other animals or children nearby. It is advised for you to arrange for pet care before attending the apiary. After all, it is for everyone’s safety.

3. No Perfumes

Wearing a perfume might confuse the bees into thinking that you are a big flower, which may lead to some risks. We recommend that you do not use a perfume or one with a strong scent on the day of the visit.

4. Sign an Agreement

Each attendees is required to sign a hold-harmless agreement which will be given on the day of the tour, or you may request for the form to be sent via email for prior signature. Persons who are not of legal age should let their parents or legal guardian sign the agreement. Enclosed in the form is the agreement which ensures that your parent or legal guardian acknowledges the inherent risk of being around a working bee hive. The company won’t be held liable for bee stings or allergic reactions for unsafe manners near the apiary.