Visit all the top attractions in and around Baguio City, such as Camp John Hay, Bencab Museum, and the Diplomat Hotel, through this 2-day tour. This is the perfect Baguio experience for first-time visitors as you will be able to see the majority of the city in a short amount of time. The tour also includes hotel pick-up and drop-off, set lunch, private transfers to each stop, travel insurance, and the service of a guide.
Your adventure will start once the guide fetches you from your accommodation within Baguio City. When you're good to go, you will first make your way to Camp John Hay. Formerly a recreation facility for American soldiers, this property now houses several tourist spots and features towering pine trees. Next, you will head to the Mansion House. It mainly serves as the official summer residence of the sitting Philippine president. However, a portion of the house has been refashioned into a museum open to the public.
You will then visit Wright Park, a scenic promenade with vibrant blooms and a calm pond, before heading to the Good Sheperd Convent. Aside from the gardens in the convent, this spot is best known for its delicacies like ube and strawberry jam. Afterward, your guide will take you to the Baguio Botanical Garden. Following your time here, you will visit the Silver Craft Shop, where you can find beautiful handcrafted jewelry.
The next stops will be at the Pink Sister's Convent, a pink-colored parish, and the Baguio Cathedral. Finally, you'll wrap up Day 1 with visits to the Diplomat Hotel and the Mirador Retreat House. The hotel is believed to be haunted but offers fantastic views of Baguio from its top floor, while the retreat house provides a solemn place for its visitors.
The next morning, you will begin your trip at Casa Vallejo, the oldest hotel in the city. From there, you will visit several museums that each depict the important contributions of the indigenous tribes that live in and near Baguio. To kick things off, you'll enter the Baguio Museum before making your way through the halls of Museo Kordillera. Afterward, you'll immerse in the traditions of Baguio's people by visiting the Lilikha Artist Village, Easter Weaving, and Tam-Awan Village. Lastly, you will conclude your tour with a quick visit to the Bencab Museum and Ifugao Woodcarver's Village, which depict contemporary and traditional works of Filipino artisans.
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After that, you'll drive to Wright Park, where you can admire its manicured gardens and stunning pond. This is also a perfect place to enjoy your set lunch if you're already in the mood for food. From there, you will go to the Good Sheperd Convent, where you can buy beloved local delicacies like ube jam. Then you'll be taken to the Baguio Botanical Garden. After this, you'll visit the Silver Craft Shop for lovely handcrafted jewelry.
The Pink Sister's Convent and the Baguio Cathedral are the following stops. You will then end your first day in the City of Pines by dropping by the supposedly haunted Diplomat Hotel and the more solemn Mirador Retreat House.
Next, you will set foot in the Lilikha Artist Village. This open-air establishment displays stunning local artwork and serves delicious dishes. Another must-try activity is witnessing the traditional weaving techniques that the tribes of the Cordillera Region have mastered over the years. Watch the weavers work their magic at the Easter Weaving Room before you continue to the Tam-Awan Village. Here, you will be able to see several Cordillera huts up close and enjoy a panoramic view of the nearby ridges.
Afterward, you will drop by the famous Bencab Museum. While the museum also displays exhibits of more traditional Baguio art, it sets itself apart by providing space for more contemporary artists to show their creations. Finally, you will end your day at the Ifugao Woodcarver's Village. Examine the intricate designs of each carving and discover the natural talent of the Ifugao tribe as you browse through this area.
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