3 Days / 2 Nights Baguio Packages
Baguio city is located at the Northern part of the country and is famously known for its cool weather. It is dubbed as the summer capital of the Philippines. Baguio features rich greeneries where fruit and vegetable harvests are bountiful. Both local and international travelers are captivated by its scenic attractions, warm people and authentic Filipino delicacies. Take a walk in the woods and enjoy the sites of the towering pine trees that have become among Baguio's main attractions. With its cool climate, one will enjoy outdoor activities like picking fresh strawberries in the small town of La Trinidad. Baguio is famous for its vast greeneries conducive for vegetation.
A trip to Baguio offers visitors an exceptional experience of the northern countryside. Head to the Mines View Park at the great mountain ranges of the Cordillera Region. Walk past the towering pine trees at Camp John Hay, take a leisurely stroll at the Burnham Park and feel the romantic vibe of Baguio at the Wright Park. Enjoy strawberry picking at the La Trinidad Strawberry Farm, a fun and exciting experience especially for the kids. Baguio's City Market and Good Shepherd Convent are the perfect places to buy pasalubong as they offer various native products like fresh harvests and local preserves. Apart from the guided tours, accommodation and daily breakfast, our Baguio tour packages include private roundtrip transfers (Manila-Baguio-Manila), providing stress-free traveling within the city.
Microtel Baguio from $629
Azalea Residences from $629
Le Monet Hotel from $669
Note: Prices depend on travel dates and are subject to change without prior notice. All rates are per person on double occupancy and based on standard (lowest category) room. Inclusive of government tax and service charge. Group rates and other arrangements are available upon request. Surcharge applies during peak season. Credit card payments are subject to 5% surcharge. Valid until March 31, 2015 only.
Location: Manila to Baguio
Travel: Five to six (5-6) hours via land travel