Arrival in Baguio City.
After proceed to Triage and go through Health and Safety Protocols.
Then Check-in Hotel.
Afternoon, proceed with the tour. First to Visit:
Camp John Hay has often been referred to as the "little Baguio" with Baguio City. The urban design for Baguio created by American architect Daniel H. Burnham in the 1900's was for a community with a population expected to reach but not breach 25,000.
Diplomat Hotel - This eerie abandoned building with a dark history is said to be one of the most haunted places in the Philippines.
After witness the Sunset view at Mirador Hill.
DAY 2: Baguio City Tour (-,L,D)
After, You will visit the following Tourist Spots:
Take a stroll along the winding trails and stone steps of the Baguio Botanical Garden. It has a wide range of flowering, herbal, and decorative plants interspersed with pine trees. Some plants are even for sale. Pilak Silver Shop - Pilak, like most of Baguio artists and artisans, have been creating pieces and works of art using innate and handed down skills. Talents that have withstood the times.
A favorite of kids and adults alike in Baguio is Wright Park where an organization of pony boys offers horseback rides. It is located northeast of the city center. Built in 1908, The Mansion on Leonard Wood Road housed a succession of American governor-generals. It is located just across Wright Park. Good Shepherd is a religious convent in Baguio and they're well known for great pasalubongs, goodies, or sweet treats like Ube jam, Peanut Brittle, Lengua De Gato, and Strawberry Jam. The Convent of the Most Blessed Sacrament or Pink Sisters Convent as it is more popularly known because of the pink habit that is worn by the cloistered nun, this place is not new to many.
The Baguio Cathedral is one of the most photographed buildings in the city.
Standing on a hill originally referred to as "Kampo" by the native Ibalois, the Our Lady of Atonement Cathedral depicts Gothic architectural influences in its twin spires, stained glass, and rose windows. Narda's is a project of Narda Capuyan that started in 1972 in La Trinidad, Benguet, Philippines weaving blankets from recycled acrylic yarns. Narda, a family planning nurse whose hand-knitting hobby attracted the mothers, encouraged the women to weave to keep them busy from making more babies. Burnham Park - One of the interesting nature spots in Baguio is an urban park named after the American architect, Daniel H. Burnham, who laid plans for the city in the 1900's. The park is a sprawling green space encompassing 32 hectares right in the city center. It is just a few minutes walk from City Hall.
DAY 3: (-,L,D)
Breakfast at Hotel.
Free Day and wait for Baguio City Departure
***Please note that Time of Departure and Arrival are estimated only and are subject to change without prior notice.
2nights Accommodation at 3* Hotel
Air-conditioned van transfer during the tour
Baguio City Tour with DOT Accredited Tour Guide
Entrance fee and Environmental Fee
Bottled Water during the tour
Tipping for Guide and Driver