Enjoy the scenic views and discover the local culture in this half-day tour of Baguio's top tourist spots. Baguio is dubbed as the "City of Pines" and is famous for its cool climate, beautiful parks, and of course, hillsides teeming with gigantic pine trees. This tour package is perfect for travelers who want to see the best attractions the City of Pines has to offer
Your tour will begin after your driver and local guide picks you up at your accommodation in Baguio City. On your way to your first destination, your tour guide will discuss the day’s itinerary.
First up is The Mansion, the official summer home of the presidents of the Philippines. Designed by the renowned architect Daniel H. Burnham, it is an elegant Spanish Colonial Revival building. The elegant facade of The Mansion and it’s beautifully manicured lawn makes a great background for your photos. While visitors cannot enter the palace, the museum beside it is open to the public. Check out the museum’s collection of memorabilia and artworks collected by its former occupants.
Your next destination is the famous Mines View Park. This landscaped park overlooks the mining towns of Benguet Province. Enjoy the scenic view of the mountains at the view deck, rent a full Cordillera outfit, and take a photo with a huge, adorable Saint Bernard dog. Mines View Park is also a great place to taste Baguio’s iconic Strawberry Taho, a sweet local dessert made of silken tofu, and tapioca pearls.
Fall in love with Baguio more when you visit Camp John Hay, a former recreational facility for American soldiers. You will get to know the camp’s history when you visit its Historical Core. Check out the museum, amphitheater, butterfly sanctuary, and the Cemetery of Negativism.
Get your souvenirs when you're inside Ibay’s Silver Craft, the next destination in the itinerary. It is a popular souvenir shop known for its quality silver items. Ibay’s prides itself with beautifully handcrafted accessories and jewelry.
You'll visit the Baguio Museum next. Here you'll learn about the history and culture of the Cordillera highlands. The museum houses artifacts from the six provinces of the Cordillera Region, as well as dioramas depicting different Ifugao communities. Check out the fascinating exhibits that feature native Cordilleran jewelry, burial jars, and musical instruments.
A visit to the summer capital of the Philippines is not complete without going to Burnham Park. Dubbed as the "heart" of Baguio City, there are a lot of things to do here. You can check out the different kinds of orchids and flowers at the Rose Garden and orchidarium. Of course, the park is best known for the scenic man-made lake at its center. If there is one thing you must experience at Burnham Park, it is boating at the famous Burnham Lagoon. You can rent a boat and row out into the lagoon for fun.
Join this tour and get the chance to explore these six wonderful destinations in Baguio City. 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.