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.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.
- The Philippine Military Academy (PMA) is closed during weekdays.