Baguio Tours
Discover the scenery and local culture of Baguio with these tours. Stroll in Session Road, go thrift-shopping at the night market, eat and pick fresh strawberries, and immerse yourself in the culture of the Cordillera region.

Baguio Tours

Discover the scenery and local culture of Baguio with these tours. Stroll in Session Road, go thrift-shopping at the night market, eat and pick fresh strawberries, and immerse yourself in the culture of the Cordillera region.
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Baguio Tree Top Adventure All Rides Package

Ready for the ultimate adventure-meets-nature experience? This Tree Top Adventure Baguio All Rides Package is all you need for guaranteed action-packed time in the middle of a beautiful forest wilderness! From zip-lining like Superman, surfing canopies, to free-falling that will raise your hairs, this is every adrenaline junkie’s wish come true! Canopy Ride Enjoy the company of loved ones and the beauty of nature as you buckle up, sit tight, and cruise through forest trees using a network of motorized cable rides. Suspended 100 feet above the ground, this is definitely nature-tripping to greater heights! Trekking & Skywalk If you like to take it easy, relax, and just marvel at the grandeur of nature, this Trekking & Skywalk activity is going to let you do just that! Stroll through tall pine trees with the cool Baguio breeze to keep you company. It is the perfect choice for those just want to be right in the middle of nature. Superman Ride Zip through a line suspended 150 feet high above the ground in your Superman position! Whether you do it solo or with another person, this ride is going to be frightening and exciting at the same time! Look below for a gorgeous ravine view. Silver Surfer Ride Glide your way through the wilderness of the forest, traveling from one treetop to another, on this Silver Surfer Ride. A fellow rider on this activity will surely double up the fun! Tree Drop Adventure Take the extra challenge and free fall from this Tree Drop Adventure! Rappelling already sounds a tad bit scary but free falling from the side of a 60-foot tree facing down is a different story! Safety gears and rope systems are in place so you need not worry! Whether you are an adventure buff, a nature enthusiast, or both, there is no shortage of fun activities and serene views that await every guest and visitor at Tree Top Adventure Baguio

Duration:
30 minutes
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All year
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Baguio Tree Top Adventure Canopy, Superman Ride, and Silver Surfer Ride

Gear up because it’s going to be a wild and exciting experience at Tree Top Adventure Baguio with these treetop rides! Whether you’re going solo or with your adventure buddies, you’re guaranteed for a natural high out there! Canopy Ride Conquer your fear of heights as you buckle up and sit tight in a network of five motorized cable rides from 100 feet high! It’s going to be terrifying at the start but with the company of fun friends and the amazing views as you cruise through forest trees, this Canopy Ride is going to be more than worth it! Superman Ride Make that superhero dream come alive as you ride this zip line adventure ride that launches you from a tower from over 150 feet high above ground! You’ll then be zipping your way to the other end with magnificent views from every angle, including a ravine right below you.  Silver Surfer Ride Excited to get stoked? Together with a fellow rider, both of you will spend the entire time gliding from one treetop to another! And while at it, you’ll be feasting on truly beautiful and scenic forest scenes. If the energy is too high, you can always take a rest and enjoy Baguio’s cold breeze. Tree Top Adventure was opened in Baguio in 2010 and has become a favorite getaway for locals and tourists alike who want to seek refuge in nature and enjoy the lush greenery around. It has also become a go-to playground for those seeking thrilling and fun activities. The park also features Team Building Facilities that include games and treasure hunts, team building kits, and a facilitator — ensuring a wonderful and memory-filled experience for your family, friends, or company.

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30 minutes
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30 minutes
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Baguio City Pilgrimage for Marian Devotees Half-Day Tour with Lunch

See the religious sights of Baguio City with this pilgrimage around the summer capital’s Miraculous Marian Shrines. This is the perfect tour for those looking forward to a peaceful and less strenuous trip while enjoying the sights around the historic grotto sites and churches in the city. You can choose to join the morning or afternoon. Once your driver picks you up within Baguio City, you will head to Our Lady of Lourdes. You can find a 252-step stairway in this church, where you can pray and meditate as you ascend to the grotto at the top. The church is typically packed with devotees seeking the blessing of the Virgin Mary during Sundays and Holy Week.  From there, you will be taken to the Lady of Brown Madonna, which is also referred to as the ‘Shrine of the Brown Madonna.’ Originally built to connect La Union and Baguio City, the shrine now stands as a place of prayer and worship for devotees and tourists. After offering a little prayer at the shrine, you will stopover for lunch at one of the local restaurants.  The tour then continues at Our Lady of Covadonga, which houses one of the most venerated Marian images in the country, The Lady of Covadonga (‘The Queen of Benguet’). A number of miracles were reported upon her arrival in the province, promoting the site as a place of faith in the mountain province.  Your next destination is the main pilgrimage destination in the city, Our Lady of the Bleeding Heart. The shrine continues to attract devotees ever since the image shed blood in 1979. Devotees here are called ‘Missionaries of the Bleeding Heart of Mary.’ Your day tour will then end at the Our Lady of Atonement, also known as the ‘Baguio Cathedral’. This church is located on top of a hill and deemed as one of the most frequently visited churches in the city. Here, you can also see Session Road and Baguio’s skyline.  Get in touch with your inner faith within Baguio City’s miraculous Marian shrines with this half-day tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
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All year
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Baguio City Museum and Art Village Tour with Transfers

Explore Baguio City’s museums and art village with this full-day guided tour. The Summer Capital of the Philippines is home to a considerable number of museums that will surely hook both art and history enthusiasts.  After getting picked up within the city, you will begin the tour with a visit to BenCab Museum. This four-level museum is the home of National Artist Ben Cabrera. Here, you can view his art collection, workshop, exhibits, galleries, and other interesting art pieces. BenCab Museum also houses the Café Sabel. The shop serves fresh and signature food and brews straight from BenCab’s organic farm.  Continue your artsy tour with a visit to Tam-awan Village, also known as the ‘Garden in the Sky.’ Here, you can view reimagined Ifugao houses and get acquainted with Baguio’s indigenous designs and traditional artistry. Built by Chanum Foundation, Inc., the village aims to promote awareness regarding the environment and preserve the cultural heritage of the Cordillera Region. Feel free to also join the creative workshop and learn from the local experts. From the village, you will stopover for lunch at one of the local restaurants in the area. Afterward, you will get the chance to walk through history lane at Emilio Aguinaldo Museum. This interactive museum is home to exhibits where you can relive the national events and get to know the heroes that shaped the country’s history. End the creative tour at the Baguio Museum, where you can immerse yourself with the rich heritage of the city. Built in 1975 with design inspirations from Ifugao architecture, each floor of the Baguio Museum covers various stories and structures to let you know the beginnings of the city.  Treat yourself to a day of art and fuel your imagination at Baguio City. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
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All year
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Baguio Countryside Tourist Attractions I Half-Day Shared Tour

Discover the beauty of Baguio City’s countryside on this half-day guided private tour. Enjoy the convenience of a private van to visit the Philippine Military Academy (PMA), Easter Weaving Room, Tam-Awan Village, La Trinidad Strawberry Farm, and Kennon Road. This tour is perfect for travelers who want to experience a different side of Baguio aside from the more frequented landmarks and tourist spots.   Your 4-hour tour will begin with a road trip to the majestic and serene landscapes at the Kennon Road Zigzag Viewpoint (formerly known as Benguet Road and also known as Rosario – Baguio road). Afterward, you will head to the Philippine Military Academy. Here you can watch the aspiring cadets perform daily drills, you can also visit the museum and see historical military weapons such as tanks. If you’re lucky, you will catch their parades, exhibitions, and other celebrations.  Your next stop will be the Easter Weaving Room, where you will get to learn about Baguio’s rich weaving history. Prepare to be in awe of the craftsmanship of the Mountain Province natives as they perform traditional weaving methods. You can also buy souvenirs and view their showroom of vibrant ethnic clothing.  After appreciating Baguio’s weaving traditions, you will now get the chance to experience a cultural eco-tourism adventure at Tam-awan Village in Pinsao Proper. Here you will see reconstructed Ifugao houses and other indigenous design exhibits that showcase the Cordilleran craftsmanship. You can also try the creative workshop to learn the artistic ways of the locals.  Finally, cap off your tour with a well-loved activity: strawberry-picking. You will now head to La Trinidad Strawberry Farm where you get to pick fresh strawberries. Baguio City is known for its fresh produce; aside from strawberries, you can also pick other fruits and vegetables. Don’t forget to buy strawberry-flavored goods to bring home a taste of Baguio.  Book this tour to experience the countryside of Baguio City like never before. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
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All year
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Baguio City Half-Day Tour | The Mansion, Mines View Park, Camp John Hay and More

Discover the Philippines’ summer capital famous for its cool climate, stunning landscapes, food and shopping trips, and rich heritage. Baguio City is truly one of the must-visit towns when in the country. This tour is for everyone who wants an escape from the hustle and bustle of city living.  Visit Baguio’s top scenic spots such as The Mansion where you can see the historic summer palace of the previous Presidents of the Philippines and stroll among the vast gardens. A few minutes from The Mansion, you can relax at the Mines View Park where you can marvel at the lush scenery, chase sunsets or sunrises, and do various activities such as trying on traditional Ifugao tribal clothes and various photowalk opportunities. If you’re looking for a different kind of souvenir to bring home, Ibay’s Silver Shop is the place to be. Here, you can own a piece of Baguio’s silver accessories and other types of local keepsakes.  Complete your Baguio City tour when you discover its notable historical places and its stories to tell. Start your trip down memory lane with a visit to the Camp John Hay Historical Core, a former recreational spot for US Armed Forces, where you can have a glimpse of the city’s history as you stroll at the Liberty Loop, Cemetery of Negativism, Bell Amphitheater, Bell House, Secret Garden, Panagbenga Flower and Totem Pole, and History Trail. End your half-day tour with a visit to the Baguio Museum and Burnham Park, the city’s most popular park and museum where you can have an immersive experience. Boat around the lake, bike around the track, or unwind within its gardens while tasting strawberry-flavored taho and more.  Go on a special kind of escapade at Baguio City with this half-day tour. Reserve your tour and book with us today. 

Duration:
3 hours
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Baguio City Full-Day Sightseeing | With Transfers from Manila

Escape to the City of Pines for a day with this full-day sightseeing tour of Baguio City from Manila. Perfect for those wanting to spend time away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this package is something you don’t want to miss.   Your driver will meet you at the Starbucks SM Mall of Asia. From there, you will make your way north to your first destination, the Lion's Head on Kennon Road. Take a few snapshots here before you head to visit the Philippine Military Academy, also known as the Philippine Armed Forces Military School.  Some 10 kilometers from the academy is Camp John Hay. It is a beautiful mountain resort featuring a world-class Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course, as well as hotels, a shopping center, and convention centers. Stroll around the camp and enjoy the fresh breeze before heading to the Botanical Garden. The garden is packed with a variety of plants and colorful flowers, along with native huts. From there, you will be taken to Wright Park, a tranquil natural area full of trees. Here, you can walk around and jog with the locals. Feel free to rent horses to ride, as well. A quick drive away from the park is The Mansion, the official summer palace of the President of the Philippines. It was built back in the early 1900s as the official summer residence of U.S. Governors-General.  You will stop over at the Mines View Park next, located in the northeastern section of Baguio. Under a winding stone staircase close to the parking area is the observing deck, where you can see a panoramic view of Baguio. You will then pay a visit to the Good Shepherd Convent for some souvenir shopping before heading to the cathedral of Baguio to offer a short prayer inside.  Another religious site you will be visiting is the Bell Church. This is a Chinese Taoist temple that was built in 1960 in the outskirts of Baguio City. You will cap off your tour with a trip to the Strawberry Farm in La Trinidad, where you can enjoy some strawberry picking before heading back to Manila. Enjoy a day in Baguio City with this full-day sightseeing tour from Manila. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
13 hours
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All year
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Woodcarver's Village Baguio Half-Day Tour | With Guide & Transfer

Appreciate Baguio City’s art scene as you go on this hassle-free half-day excursion that lets you visit the cultural places in the City of Pines. The trip is tailored for art enthusiasts and travelers who want to see and experience the city’s cultural heritage. After being picked up from your residence or lodging either in the morning or afternoon, you will begin the half-day tour, starting with the Tam-Awan village. Sitting in the city’s Pinsao Proper, the Tam-Awan village showcases authentic Cordilleran craftsmanship as it features seven Ifugao huts and two Kalinga houses, among other artifacts. Feel free to take a short trek around the village and soak in the serene atmosphere. You can also check out the art exhibits displayed here or have your portrait drawn by the locals.  You will then make a stop in BenCab Museum owned by the national artist, Ben Cabrera. It features BenCab and other Filipino artists’ artworks. From time to time, the museum also exhibits art pieces from local artists. There is a cafe inside the museum, as well, the Café Isabel, where you can take a break and enjoy its delectable sweets and quality coffee. From there, you will head to the Woodcarver’s Village in Benguet. It highlights the indigenous aesthetics, natural environment, and the rich cultural heritage of the Cordillerans through wood carving. The Woodcarver's Village is a hub for budding local artists as the city promotes their talents and craftsmanship. This is why the trip also provides you with a special souvenir. You will end your day with a visit to the Easter Weaving Room to see handmade weaving crafts from the Ifugaos before heading home.  Feast your eyes in Baguio City’s festive art and do not forget to take postcard-worthy photos of the sites as souvenirs. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
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Baguio Museum Hopping Private Guided Tour

Admire the creativity and artworks of local and national artists by booking this museum tour in Baguio City. This private guided museum hopping is perfect for those wanting to enrich their cultural appreciation by getting a clearer picture of the city’s heritage. The private shuttle will pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio City. Once the guide and driver arrives, you will get a brief introduction about the day’s activities and will immediately make your way to the first place of interest, BenCab Museum. Your driver will pick you up from your hotel in Baguio City. While on your way to your first destination, your guide will give you a brief introduction about the day’s activities. First, you will visit the BenCab Museum. Owned by National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts Benedicto Cabrera or BenCab, this museum showcases the beautiful pieces made by him, as well as indigenous and contemporary artworks from local artists. The museum is also a good place to take pictures because of its distinct design and architecture that displays the region’s heritage. From BenCab Museum, you will visit the Aguinaldo Museum next. Built in 1985, this destination has interactive displays where you can learn more about the former President of the Philippines and other historical figures. You will also see the first Philippine flag during your visit. Next, you'll drop by at the Historical Core in Camp John Hay. This tourist spot acts as a reminder of the terror created by the Filipino-American-Japanese war during World War II. Your guide will discuss key events that happened during the span of the world war while browsing the relics and artifacts on display. You can also see the Bell Amphitheater here, which features a manicured lawn garden and an abundance of flora and fauna, making it a famous wedding events place. Make your way to Tam-awan Village and discover the rich culture of the region. Weave in and out of the traditional huts in the village. If you have time, participate in an art workshop that takes place in the complex. Enjoy the views and commune with nature during your stay. Enrich your knowledge about the city at your last stop, Baguio Mountain Province Museum. This museum contains displays, exhibits, and dioramas of the history of Cordilleras. You will see traditional clothes, depictions of local traditions and events, and relics used by indigenous peoples. Hop in this museum tour and discover the rich heritage of Baguio City. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9 hours
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All year
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Baguio City Culture and Countryside Guided Tour

Immerse yourself in the art and heritage of the Cordilleras in this private guided day tour of Baguio. This is perfect for those who want to enjoy the best attractions in and outside of the city in just one day. Wait for your driver to pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio. Your tour guide will be there to brief you about the day’s excursion before you go to your first destination, Tam-awan Village. The Tam-Awan Village is an artist’s hub is known for its Ifugao-style traditional houses and various Cordilleran art display. Also dubbed as a living museum, here you can witness live cultural performances and demonstrations.  Test your courage next when you enter the infamous Diplomat Hotel. This retreat center-turned-lodging house is pretty well known for its ghost stories. Despite its reputation, it is still a popular attraction because of its picturesque appearance. Don't worry; there won't be any banging windows or doors while you're on the site! Maybe. From there, go on a mini-pilgrimage to the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto, a must-visit not only for the religious ones but also for those who love sightseeing. Located at Mirador Hill, the grotto provides spectacular views of the city. Visit the Bell Church next and admire its one-of-a-kind Chinese style architecture. This popular tourist spot was founded by the Filipino-Chinese organization in Benguet. Appreciate the inscriptions, gates, and the features of this place before heading to your last stop. The Easter Weaving Room provides you with insights about the local handicraft industry. You will also get to see weavers at work. Make sure to buy souvenirs -- their cloth products are topnotch! -- before you go back to your hotel. See the best of the City of Pines in this whole day tour of Baguio City. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9 hours
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All year
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Baguio Guided Sightseeing Tour | With Transfer

See the best of Baguio in a day in this tour package that lets you conveniently explore the city’s top sites. If you don't have a lot of time in the City of Pines but want to visit its attractions, this tour is for you. You will be picked up from your accommodation in Baguio City early in the morning. The guide will give you a brief rundown of the day's itinerary while on the way to your first destination. First, you will head to the Mines View Park. It is the best place to be for a bird’s eye view of the mountains surrounding Baguio. Aside from sightseeing, you can also rent traditional clothing here and have a quick photo opp. You can also buy carved goods as souvenirs at the nearby shops. From the park, you will head to Camp John Hay next. Take a stroll along the path lined with pine trees and admire the picturesque views of the city. Commune some more with nature when you drop by the Wright Park and Burnham Park. These two green spaces are a refreshing break from the frenetic pace of Baguio City. In this tour will also go to Session Road to experience the local vibe. Have fun shopping; a lot of ukay-ukay (thrift shops) can be found along this stretch of busy road. You will also check out Baguio Cathedral, St. Joseph Church, Baguio Museum, Good Shepherd Convent, The Mansion, and the renowned Philippine Military Academy. Your last stop will be the Centennial Park. Also known as Baguio Botanical Garden, you will see here a variety of flowers and plants endemic to the country. Get ready for a whole day of sightseeing in Baguio by booking this private tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9 hours
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All year
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Cultural Baguio Private Day Tour | With Lunch and Transfer

Get to know Baguio’s creative side with this guided tour of the famous BenCab Museum and Tam-Awan Village along with traditional crafts stores. If you are planning to visit Baguio and is interested in the culture and arts, this whole day trip of learning about the Cordilleran people is perfect for you. Your driver will pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio City. Once settled, your tour guide will assist you and provide a brief overview of the day’s activities as you make your way to the first destination, Woodcarver's Village. The Woodcarvers Village, also known as Itogon's Woodcarvers Village, is a popular attraction in Baguio City for its handicrafts. Here, you will learn about the skill, craftsmanship, and creativity of the indigenous groups of Cordillera. You will also be seeing detailed carvings of humans and animals that provide a glimpse of the richness of the region’s culture. Next, you will make your way to BenCab Museum. This museum showcases contemporary and indigenous art pieces made by national artist Benedicto Cabrera. He is not only known in the Philippines but in other parts of the world as well. Enjoy the paintings, exhibits and beautiful interior of the museum. Afterwards, you will visit the renowned Tam-awan Village. Feel the creativity flowing through this artist’s enclave; walk around and learn about the local’s way of life. Enjoy the artworks made by the region’s artists as those will provide you with an overview of the cultural story of the Cordilleras. Your last stop is the Asin hot spring. Locals and tourists alike flock this attraction especially during the colder months. Enjoy its calming waters and let it soothe your muscles. Explore Baguio through the lens of culture and history with this private tour. Check availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
9 hours
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All year
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Museum Hopping in Baguio | Guided Half-Day Tour

Get a deeper insight into Baguio City’s rich history and heritage by booking this half-day museum hopping tour. This trip, which will take you to both interactive and static museums, is perfect for history and culture lovers. On this tour, you will not only learn about the city’s history, but also the whole of Cordillera. The villagers in the mountains still remain elusive to tourists, so get a glimpse of their lifestyle through the museum displays. You'll meet your guide with your driver who will pick you up at your accommodation in Baguio. First, you will visit Baguio Mountain Province Museum. Here you will learn about the fascinating lifestyle of the Igorot people. Expect to see bolos (machete) of the Kalinga Headhunters, the mummification process of the Ibaloi Tribe, and an actual Kabayan mummy. After learning about the Igorots, you will head to the museum inside the Philippine Military Academy next. From the Battle of Quingua (Bulacan) led by Gregorio del Pilar in the late 19th century up to the post-war period, this museum has it all. Have a leisurely stroll within the area and take some pictures before you head to the Historical Core in Camp John Hay. This place is a witness to the gruesome Filipino-American-Japanese war during World War II. Walkthrough the Historical Trail to learn about the pivotal role of Camp John Hay during the war. Visit the Cemetery of Negativism for a good laugh; this place is not an actual cemetery, but a burial site for negative emotions. Your last stop will be the Aguinaldo Museum. It is an interactive museum dedicated to Emilio Aguinaldo, the first president of the Philippines. Included in its collections are memorabilia of other Filipino revolutionaries. Embark on a historical-educational journey with this guided half-day tour in Baguio City. Check availability by choosing a date above.

Duration:
4 hours
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Baguio Art and Museum Tour | With Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off

Learn about the history and culture of the people in the highlands in this guided tour of Baguio's museums. This shared tour is perfect for art enthusiasts, history buffs, and those who want to gain a deeper appreciation of the rich heritage of the City of Pines. Your driver will pick you up from your accommodation in Baguio. On the way to the first destination, your guide will brief you on the day's itinerary.  Aside from a rich history, Baguio is home to a diverse art scene. From contemporary Filipino art to the unique traditional art of the Cordillera Region, Baguio City has so much to offer.  Your first stop will be the BenCab Museum. Ben Cab Museum houses the art collection of Filipino National Artist Benedicto Cabrera (BenCab). You will see exhibits of his paintings there, works by other contemporary artists, as well as crafts of the northern highlands. Check out the various galleries at the museum, including one dedicated to Cordillera art pieces such as native sculptures, weapons, and artifacts. BenCab Museum also has a coffee shop. Hang out at the Cafe Sabel and enjoy the museum’s pond, organic farm, and a mini-forest with an eco-trail. From BenCab, you will go next to the Baguio Museum, which embodies the cultural heritage and history of the city. It was built to resemble a traditional Ifugao home. Once inside, be sure to check out the dioramas that depict the lives of the indigenous Cordilleran tribes. Take a look at the extensive display of tribal artifacts from the six provinces of the Cordillera Region. You will be fascinated to find ornate native jewelry, burial jars, and musical instruments.  Afterward, you will make your way to Emilio Aguinaldo Museum to see the first Philippine flag. It was first unfurled in 1898 during the proclamation of the country’s independence. The museum, built by Aguinaldo’s daughter and maintained by his grandchildren, is a walk-through of Philippine history. It is not only dedicated to the country’s first president, but it also pays homage to other Filipino heroes. Cap off your Baguio City art and museum tour on a high note by visiting Tam-Awan Village. Tam-Awan Village is a reconstructed Cordillera village that showcases the northern highlands’ art and culture scene. You will see representations of traditional Ifugao and Kalinga huts. Check out art exhibits, have your portrait sketched by talented Baguio artists, and have a sip of the local coffee in the village cafe. Explore the City of Pine’s vibrant art scene and take a look into the Cordillera Region’s rich heritage on this guided tour of Baguio City's museums. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
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Marian Pilgrimage Tour in Baguio | With Lunch

Go on a journey of self-discovery and enlightenment by visiting miraculous Marian shrines in Baguio City. This private tour is perfect for travelers who want to enrich their faith while spending a peaceful day among devotees in the City of Pines. Your tour will begin after your driver and local guide picks you up at your accommodation in Baguio City. As you make your way to your first destination, your tour guide will discuss with you the day's itinerary.  You will first visit the grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes. This Catholic shrine honors the apparitions of the Virgin Mary by a French girl in the city of Lourdes, France. You will be given time to pray and take on the panoramic view of the area. From there, you will proceed to the shrine of the Lady of Brown Madonna. You will be fascinated to learn that this church is situated in a cave along Asin Road. The shrine, while it is quite small, is a good place to meditate and light a candle in prayer. Up next, you will head over to La Trinidad, Benguet to see the shrine of Our Lady of Covadonga. The image of this Virgin Mary was crowned by the diocese of Baguio and Benguet in 2005. Venerated by many,  several miracles are attributed to the Nuestra Señora de Covadonga.  Enjoy the sumptuous complimentary lunch before heading to your next stop. After lunch, your tour will continue to Our Lady of the Bleeding Heart of Mary. This marble statue of the Blessed Mary once attracted hundreds of devotees in 1979 when it was reported that blood was overflowing from the exposed heart of the image. To honor the miraculous event, devotees formed a group called the "Missionaries of the Bleeding Heart of Mary."  You will be wrapping up your pilgrimage tour at the Our Lady of the Atonement Cathedral, better known as Baguio Cathedral. The rose-colored church stands on top of Mt. Mary Hill and offers a panoramic view of the city’s landscape. Take the time to contemplate and offer prayers before heading back to your accommodation. Join this religious tour in Baguio City and reaffirm your faith in the Virgin Mary. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
6 hours
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All year
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Asin Hot Spring Tour in Baguio | With Round-Trip Transfer

Discover a lesser-known attraction near Baguio City and head to Asin Hot Spring for a day of relaxation. This tour is perfect for anyone who wants to have a rejuvenating dip in one of the most underrated destinations in the province of Benguet. You will meet up with the others joining the tour at the designated pickup location in Baguio City. When you're complete, your driver will take you to the town of Tuba. Enjoy the mountainside scenery you’ll pass along the way, and listen closely as your guide briefs you on the day’s itinerary. Tuba, Benguet is frequented for its therapeutic hot springs. The Asin Hot Spring offers visitors a relaxing retreat for leisure and rejuvenation. The sulfuric water of the spring can relieve muscle pain, stimulate blood circulation, and moisturize your skin.  Aside from the soothing thermal water, the lush greenery makes Asin Hot Spring the perfect place to unwind.  Satisfy your love for nature by immersing in scenic mountain views once you arrive in the area. Make sure to try the different facilities the place offers. There are pools for adults, as well as children-friendly ones.  Dip into the pools whose waters come from the mountain, and enjoy the stunning views of the mountainside while soaking. Feel the hot spring soothe your stiff and aching muscles. All you need to do is take a dip and your stress will disappear. Enjoy the rest of the day before you are taken back to Baguio City. Book this tour and experience the therapeutic waters of Asin Hot Spring. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
3 hours
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All year
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Baguio Countryside Sightseeing Tour I With Transfer

Experience a different side of Baguio by joining this sightseeing tour to the city's outskirts. This half-day countryside tour is for both first time and frequent visitors who want to see and explore the stunning countryside of Baguio.  Your tour will begin after your driver and local guide picks you up at your accommodation in Baguio City.  Start the day with a visit to the Kennon Road Zigzag Viewpoint, the well-known highway that links The City of Pines to the provinces in the lowlands. The view from the winding road is marvelous; from there, you can see the province's mountain ranges and lush vegetation. Head next to the Philippine Military Academy (PMA), dubbed as the "West Point of Asia." The PMA is the training ground of the courageous men and women who comprise the Armed Forces of the Philippines. Explore the grounds to see vintage tanks and other military weapons. You can also watch cadets perform their exhibition drills. Afterward, make your way to the Easter Weaving Room. Prepare to be amazed by when you see expert weavers at work. You can buy placemats, bed linens, ethnic textiles, fashion accessories, religious garments, and mats here. Your next stop will be at Tam-Awan Village.  The compound, known as an artists' haven, boasts reconstructed native Ifugao and Kalinga huts. It also has an art gallery and a coffee shop that showcase the rich culture of the Cordillera people. Tam-Awan, which means “vantage point,” also offers a view of the West Philippine Sea on a clear day. Your last stop is the Strawberry Farm in La Trinidad, a small town close to Baguio City. Check out the rows and rows of strawberries fields and vegetable gardens. The best part is this trip is that you can opt to pick the strawberries yourself. Eat and enjoy your freshly-picked strawberries on the farm, or take them home. Book this tour to explore Baguio’s scenic countryside and learn more about its culture and heritage. Check the availability by choosing a date.

Duration:
4 hours
Available:
All year
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Frequently Asked Questions

About Baguio Tours

Baguio, dubbed the “Summer Capital of the Philippines” and the “City of Pines”, has become a popular tourist destination because of its cold weather, natural scenic spots, and flower gardens. Tours around the city will help you discover the scenery and local culture of this North Luzon destination.

1. What are the top tourist spots in Baguio?

Baguio is known for its natural attractions and family-friendly activities. The top tourist spots in Baguio are Camp John Hay, Burnham Park, Bencab Museum, Wright Park, La Trinidad Strawberry Farm, Tam-Awan Village and Ili-Likha Artist’s Village. It is also well-known for its thrift stores and souvenir shops.

2. When is the best time to visit Baguio?

Any time of the year is a good time to visit Baguio. The coldest months are from December to February; meanwhile, August receives the maximum rainfalls. Baguio’s Panagbenga Flower Festival is the most attended event in the city, which happens every February. It’s also very festive throughout December because of Christmas events in the city.

3. What is the weather like in Baguio?

Thanks to its high elevation, the weather in Baguio all year-round is mostly cooler than average lowland temperatures. Baguio experiences comfortable temperature that stays around 15 to 23 degree Celsius.

4. How much time should I spend in Baguio?

To fully explore the main tourist spots in Baguio, we recommend staying at least three days in the city. It is perfect for long-weekend vacations and holidays.

5. What other destinations are near Baguio?

Baguio is a good jump-off point to other tourist destinations up north such as Banaue, Kalinga, Batad, and Sagada. Other nearby provinces are La Union, Vigan, and Abra.

6. Is it safe in Baguio?

The most commonly spoken languages in Baguio are Ibaloi, Kankana-ey, and Ifugao. Filipino, English, and Ilocano are also spoken and understood by the locals.

7. What's the best way to get around Baguio?

The best way to explore the city is through private cars or guided tours with transfers. If you opt to commute around the city, the two main modes of transportation in Baguio are jeepneys and taxi cabs.

8. Can I rent a car or bring a private car in Baguio?

Yes. There are available car rental services in Baguio. Exploring Baguio by private car is the best option to navigate the city easily.

9. How much is the taxi/cab fare in Baguio?

The flag-down rate is PHP35. The taxi/cab fare in Baguio is PHP13.50 per kilometer and additional PHP2 per minute of travel time.

10. What should you eat in Baguio?

Must-tries include Vizco’s Strawberry Shortcake, and the strawberry taho (silken tofu with strawberries) and strawberry Ice cream in La Trinidad Strawberry Farm. Other delicacies that you shouldn’t miss out on are Good Shepherd’s Ube Jam, Peanut Brittle and Choco Flakes.