Baguio is the summer capital of the Phils. the moment you visited baguio for sure you will love this place not just because of their coolness whether, as well as their must visited tourist destination as well. surely you will enjoy.
here's my list of destination to explore in Baguio:
1. Burnham Park
baguio is the place to be.......
at burnham park - bugsay-bogsay rockin d' boat ( rental boat 60 per 30 mins. )
how to get to burnham park?
at the down town area of baguio you can just actually walk going to burnham park.
2. Strawberry Farm
strawberry farm - no entrance fee
how to get there?
from baguio city hall raid a jeep going to strawberry farm just tell the driver to drop u off at strawberry farm
( fare 12 )
if u want to harvest by your own hands 200-400 per kilo of strawberry.
3. Tree Top Adventure
and the best thing i love.....the canopy ride
tree top adventure at camp john hay
different package rate ride from 250-850 per head
for sure you will enjoy with the whistle of cold wind on top of the tree
4. Camp John Hay
how to get there:
from burnham park naay jeep going to camp john hay ( 12 fare ) just tell the driver to drop u off at camp john hay......
5. Mines View
with St. Bernard
with pink horsey hair
with the famous igorot costume
how to get to the mines view?
from the down town you can actually walk to reach the mines view or if you dont want to walk ride a jeep going to mines view just tell the driver to drop you off at the mines view.
6. Philippine Military Academy ( PMA )
how to get to PMA?
from the down town you can ride a jeep or taxi going to PMA
note: if your going to PMA bring your I.D and don't wear slippers, sandals or sando, they are very strict you can not go inside if you wear what i have mention.
7. Panagbenga Festival
Panagbenga Festival (English: Blooming Flowers Festival) is a month-long annual flower festival occurring in Baguio, the summer capital of the Philippines. The term is of Malayo-Polynesian origin, meaning "season of blooming". The festival, held during the month of February, was created as a tribute to the city's flowers and as a way to rise up from the devastation of the 1990 Luzon earthquake. The festival includes floats that are covered mostly with flowers not unlike those used in Pasadena's Rose Parade. The festival also includes street dancing, presented by dancers clad in flower-inspired costumes, that is inspired by the Bendian, an Ibaloi dance of celebration that came from the Cordillera region.
Aside from economic boosts from tourism, the festival also helped the younger generation of indigenous people to rediscover their culture's old traditions. The indigenous people was first wary with government-led tourism because of the threat that they will interfere or change their communities' rituals.
8. have a walk down town ( session road )
9. Baguio City Hall
how to get to baguio city hall?
from the burnharm park you can just actually walk to reach the city hall. or if you don't want to walk ride a jeep going to the city hall just tell the driver to drop you off at the city hall.
10. Souvenir Items
a lot of souvenir item to choose from
11. Wright Park
how to get to the wright park?
from the down town you can just actually walk or if not just ride a jeep going to the wright park just tell the driver to drop you off at the wright park.
12. The Mansion
how to get to the mansion?
from the down town you can just actually walk or if not just ride a jeep going to the mansion just tell the driver to drop you off at the mansion..
13. Baguio Botanical Garden
how to get to Baguio botanical garden?
from the down town you can just actually walk or if not just ride a jeep going to the botanical garden just tell the driver to drop you off at the botanical garden.
how to get to Baguio?
from Manila ride a Bus going to baguio ( 5-6 hours of travel )
i suggest to travel 12 midnight or early in the morning to avoid the traffic.
enjoy the trip........