Try your hand at traditional weaving and immerse yourself in Baguio’s rich culture and heritage with this private tour. If culture and heritage pique your interest, this is the ideal package.
You will be picked up at your accommodation in Baguio. On the way to your first destination, your guide will discuss the itinerary as well as what to expect for the day.
First, you will visit the well-known Baguio Museum where you will learn how the mummification process is done. You will also see displays of the traditional clothes and artworks of the indigenous people of the Cordilleras.
Afterwards, you will make your way to La Trinidad, Benguet to visit the Strawberry Farm. It is best known for its fresh produce of ripe strawberries. Want to experience harvesting them? You can join the locals in strawberry picking, and of course, you get to taste the fresh berries as well.
Once you've had your fill of this sweet fruit, you will head to Tam-awan Village next. It is a reconstructed village full of traditional Ifugao houses and structures. Check out the artworks on display, learn about the culture of the region, and immerse yourself in the unique culture and lifestyle of the people.
Drop by the BenCab Museum after to appreciate the creativity of the people in the Cordilleras. It is named after, and owned by, Ben Cabrera, a National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts. A renowned Filipino painter, BenCab has collections of various artworks and paintings unique to local artists.
Your last stop is the Easter Weaving Room. It is known for its quality products such as clothes, accessories, and wooden items. Watch local weavers demonstrate how the weaving is done, and if you're interested, you may opt to try it yourself.
Experience the distinct culture and heritage of the Cordilleras by booking this whole day tour of Baguio. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs can be limited.
- Museums are closed during Mondays.