Visit some of Baguio’s well-loved tourist destinations when you join this tour package, inclusive of a 2-night stay at the Forest Lodge Baguio in Camp John Hay and Baguio city tour, along with the following complimentary hotel amenities: wifi access, coffee/tea-making facilities, cable television, mini bar, and refrigerator.
This is the ideal tour package for those who want to explore one of the most popular summer vacation spots of the Philippines without the hassle of finding accommodations or booking Baguio tour packages yourself. This means that you get to focus on having a memorable vacation and enjoy the chilly mountain breeze at the country’s Summer Capital.
Baguio City is known as one of the best vacation spots in the Philippines. It is famous for its cooler weather compared to the tropical climate in many surrounding areas within its vicinity in Luzon. Located about 245 KM from Manila, visitors from low land areas drive up to Baguio for the crisp mountain air, pine trees, and strawberries. In the early 1900s, it was established as a hill station during the Commonwealth period, and this American colonial influence is evident in places like Burnham Park, Camp John Hay, and Kennon Road. It is home to iconic cultural sites steeped in history, such as Botanical Garden, The Mansion, Mines View Park, Ibay's Silver shop, & Baguio Museum, all of which are places that you will visit as part of your tour package.
Your accommodations will be at the Forest Lodge Baguio in Camp John Hay, a hotel ideally situated at a central location surrounded by pine trees and fun facilities like a zip line course, golf course, and butterfly sanctuary.
Get to know Baguio’s popular tourist attractions when you book this on a 3 day Baguio City tour. Check availability by choosing a date.
Next, you’ll visit The Mansion House, the official summer residence of Presidents of the Philippines since the Commonwealth period.
After that, you’ll head over to Mines View Park, a quintessential local attraction located along Baguio’s northeastern outskirts in Benguet province. It is a great vantage point for viewing the abandoned Itogon gold mines and Cordillera mountains. You’ll see numerous shops selling locally made items near the viewing deck, perfect for souvenir shopping.
The next stop is Ibay’s Silver shop which sells high-quality handcrafted silver items, after which you’ll proceed to the Baguio Museum, where they display cultural artifacts and dioramas of Ifugao traditional homes.
Your final stop is at Burnham Park, a historic urban park built by its namesake, Daniel Burnham. The park was established during the American colonial period and features a man-made lagoon, boats for rent, a picnic grove, a rose garden, an orchidarium, and other leisure places for the whole family.
- Check-in time is at 2:00PM and Check-out is at 11:00AM.
The Forest Lodge a cozy and comfortable home away from home with "The Best Deal in Baguio" Located inside Camp John Hay, The Forest Lodge offers the best of both worlds: living spaces that are big on comfort and an outdoor environment that offers numerous fun activities.
Lavish space for a couple as each room measures about 40 to 50 square meters, with two (2) comfortable full-size beds, one (1) toilet and bath and with a view of the Cordillera mountain range and pine forest or the busy commissary complex or even the fairway.