Baguio Tours and Activities

Baguio Tours and Activities

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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Frequently asked questions

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

What languages are spoken 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.

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.

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.

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.

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.