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.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.