Baguio City Shared Cultural & Outdoor Tour with Lunch & Snack | Mines View Park, Tam-awan Village
Go on a Baguio City escape with this shared full-day tour of the City of Pines. This tour is perfect for those who want to explore the cultural and outdoor sites of Baguio City in one day. It is already inclusive of van or creative jeepney transfers, complimentary lunch, water, and snack, entrance fees, and services of a DOT-accredited tour guide.
You will begin your tour as soon as you meet your guide at the Agetyeng Office in UB Square, General Luna Road in Baguio City. You will then proceed to your first destination, the Baguio Botanical Garden. This renowned destination features a wide range of plants and flowers and a spacious pathway that is ideal for leisurely walks.
Afterward, you will move on to The Mansion, which serves as the summer home of the President of the Philippines. The property includes a display of memorabilia and artwork from past presidents, as well as well-kept lawns and an outdoor theater. You can capture some photographs outside with the landmark as your background.
Your next stop will be Mines View Park, a renowned tourist attraction in Baguio that features various stalls selling snacks, souvenirs, and even plants. Before continuing to your next destination, you can take some pictures wearing rented traditional Igorot clothing.
You will also be passing through Camp John Hay, a former United States military base, before heading to Kennon Road Zigzag Viewpoint. The viewpoint offers a stunning panoramic view of the surrounding mountains and valleys, and it is particularly famous for its zigzagging roads that cut through the rugged terrain.
Your next stop will be the Baguio Museum, which is housed in a building that draws inspiration from the Ifugao tribe. The museum features a range of exhibits showcasing tribal artifacts and collections from different indigenous groups. Additionally, the museum houses dioramas that depict two traditional Cordilleran rituals: Bodong, which is a peace treaty agreement practiced by the Kalinga tribe, and Imbayah, an Ifugao festival.
Afterward, you’ll visit Easter Weaving Room, a weaving and textile shop that specializes in producing traditional handwoven products, including blankets, table runners, bags, and clothing made from indigenous materials. You will also be able to visit the Tam-Awan Village, an artist village that showcases Cordillera culture and craftsmanship.
Strawberry Farm is your last stop. As its name suggests, it is a farm that specializes in growing strawberries, and visitors can pick their own fresh strawberries during the harvest season. You can also take photos of the strawberry fields and purchase other fresh produce, such as lettuce and broccoli.
Discover the scenic sights of Baguio City with this shared cultural and outdoor tour. Check the availability by choosing a date.
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Good to know
This is a shared tour. Activities not indicated are to be paid onsite.
Children Friendly: Yes!
Pet Friendly: No. Please understand that this is for your fur baby's safety.
Senior Citizen/PWD Friendly: Yes.
Meet up time is at 8:30AM at Agetyeng Office (UB Square, Gen.
Luna Road, Baguio City). To change the pick-up location please request in advance so our operator may check if the itinerary will fit as we may need to move the pick-up time if the location is far and additional fee may apply. To change the pick-up time and location please request in advance so our operator may check if the itinerary will fit as we may need to move the pick-up time if the location is far and additional fee may apply.
The operator may cancel the tour in case of force majeure or unforeseen circumstances like weather conditions. In this case, you will be given the option to reschedule or request a full refund. Note that being late by 15-30 minutes without any advice is considered a no-show. Schedule cancellation requests must be made 48 hours before your original subject to approval.