Baguio is one of the favorite destinations in the Philippines, both by locals and tourists alike. It is known for its cool, mountain air climate and lush Pine tree scenery. The long trip to Baguio is best enjoyed if you extend your stay for at least two days to fully immerse in all the sights the City of Pines has to offer.
The best way to get there is to book a tour package with Limoscanner who can provide you the transportation from Manila to Baguio and back. They also have a line-up of all the popular tourist attractions that you need to see so all you need to do is just enjoy the trip.
The Tour Package Includes:
- Alcoholic drinks
- Luggage more than 5 to 7kg per guest, applicable for tours of 8 guests or more; less than 8 guests
extra luggage is ok.
The Baguio Tour is for 2 days and 1 night and includes the following destinations:
Mines View Park
Mines View park gives you a fantastic view of the Itogon Mines and mountains. It is located just outside Baguio city and is one of the popular tourist spots for its breathtaking scenery.
Philippine Military Academy (PMA)
The PMA is a military school where they train young cadets to be the future soldiers of the city. It also features a museum of the old artillery used in the previous wars. Don’t forget to have your dog tag made!
Camp John Hay
This former military base was converted into a tourist attraction that offers plush accommodations in a cool pine-tree filed surroundings. The former barracks and military buildings were converted into hotels and cabins that are for rent or lease.
The biggest and most popular park located in the center of the city. You can go biking or boat riding in the man-made lagoon which is the highlight of the park.
This short strip of sloping street is the main business district of the city. It is lined on both sides with various eating and shopping establishments.
It is one of the oldest and biggest cathedrals in the city. The cathedral with the distinct pink exteriors and beautiful stained glass windows used to serve as the evacuation center during the Japanese war. Today it is frequented by Catholic devotees and tourists and locals.
The Lourdes Grotto is an awesome life size replica of our Lady of Lourdes. You will have to climb 252 steps to reach the top and pay homage to the Blessed Virgin.
Have fun strawberry picking right at the top of the mountain. Here is where they grow the popular giant Japanese strawberries Baguio is well known for.
Another well-frequented tourist destination in Baguio is the Botanical Garden. It features all kinds of species of ornamental and flowering plants that are a bloom all year round.
This popular park is well known for horse riding. You pay a minimal fee to ride the horse around the park circle or go out of the park and explore the neighboring hills and mountains.
It is the only open-air mall right in the heart of Baguio that was recently established a few years back. It offers the same establishments and shopping items you will find in Manila.
This popular market is where you will find the freshest produce from the mountains of Benguet and its neighboring provinces. It’s also the perfect place to buy all your souvenirs.
Lion Park at Kennon Road
This popular landmark is a famous stop over by travelers before you enter the city proper. It is a giant Lion Head statue right smack on Kennon Road.