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Tour Code BA1000

Any time of the year is a good time to visit Baguio City. It really all depends on how exciting or relaxing you want your vacation to be!  All year-round cool climate and the lovely natural environment is one major attraction for those wishing to experience an entirely different Philippines.


Most visitors to the Summer Capital of the Philippines come up during the months of March, April, and May, especially on the Holy Week.  But what some may not realize is that most Hotels are full (and booked months in advance, too) during the Christmas season. Because the month of December is the most popular time for Filipino families, with or without balikbayan relatives, to get together for reunions, weddings, and other celebrations. Festive February. A deluge of tourists come up for the Baguio Flower Festival (Panagbenga) in February 


Food Festivals. There are two huge festivals in the culinary arts -- those of the Hotel Restaurant Association of Baguio (HRAB) that caters to members of the hospitality industry and its students and the Baguio Association of Hotels and Inns (BAHAI) Baguio Tossed Salad Festival which attracts tourists and locals alike.


Honeymoon Haven. The 'quiet months of January, June, July, and August are the best times to go on a honeymoon. January is 'perfect weather month' with the lowest temperatures, clear skies and fewer tourists, while the rainy months are perfect for curling up before a fire and just being in love. 




Amazing Baguio Tour for 3D / 2N



3D/2N from :  PHP 2,990/ pax - based on twin share - 


Baguio is one of the most famous cities in the Philippines and has been celebrated as the Summer Capital of the country for the past 99 years. Today, Baguio offers getaways to a world of adventures. 

Stroll down Session Road and shop in an ukay-ukay (thrift shop). Vintage is king in these places, so look out for branded items at bargain prices.  Looking for local crafts? The people of the Cordillera are known for their carving and weaving skills. The downtown market sells all sorts of carved bulul (rice gods) and the infamous Barrel Man. Woven rattan products such as pasiking (native backpacks) and baskets come in all varieties.  You can also see the carvers in action. Just take a taxi ride down Asin Road by Green Valley.For some inspiration, go a little further and visit the Bencab Gallery and Museum. Built on the edge of a hill with an incredible view of a rainforest and garden, the museum is owned by the National Artist Ben Cabrera. Ethnographic masterpieces in the form of spoons, pipes, bowls are showcased along with paintings sculpture. For a deeper look into the Cordillera life without leaving the city, Tam-Awan Village is the spot to visit.  Here you’ll find replicas of native cogon-thatched homes and get a chance to meet local artists. Burnham Park, Camp John Hay and Mines View Park are places to hang out.  Hotels and homestays are aplenty such as log cabin look-alike The Manor and serviced apartmentGardenville in Green Valley. PNKY Home is a bed and breakfast you can call home. A day isn’t enough in this town, so keep your itinerary open;

you might want to stay for a while.


Hotel: PALADIN HOTEL Promo for Number of Pax: 4 Adults -

Rooms - 2 x standard room in Paladin Hotel, Garnering positive reviews and testimonials, Paladin hotel is located at the corner of Kisad Road and Carino Street. The hotel is also within walking distance to Good Taste Restaurant and Cafe by the Ruins which is great because they were part of my "must-eat-here" list, also in the prime area of the city which is near the city market, business areas, mall of Baguio and much more for your Getaway weekend to rejuvenate and enjoy Life  -  Extension nights allowed



  • Baguio City Tour (approx. 3 hours from Manila ) - 

  • Baguio is known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines,

  • City of Pines,

  • City of Mines,

  • The city of Flowers,

  • Garden City of the Philippines,

  • Ukay-Ukay Capital of the Philippines.



  • The Mansion Mines View ParkCamp John Hay Historical Core

  • The Baguio Museum Ibays Silver Shop Burnham Park

  • The Mansion Official Summer Residence of the Philippines President

  • Mines View Park A Panoramic View of Cordilleras Mountain Ranges

  • Camp John Hay, Once considered as the most beautiful U.S. base in the Far East,

  • Baguio Mt. Provinces Museum a Variety of Artifacts, Relics Collection, Traditions & Cultures

  • of the Cordillera asIbays 

  • Silver Craft Showcases Baguios handmade Silver Filigree & Jewelry Burnham Park - The Cities Premiere Park where Boat riding is featured & named after the Architect of Baguio



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Pickup Time :

9:00am || 2:00pm Tour Starts Time : 9:00am || 2:00pm



Rates are subject to change without prior notice

Rooms and slot is subject to availability

Promo is non re-bookable, non-transferable

Not valid during peak seasons

Reminder: 1% Service charge for every reservation/rooms and extra beds is payable to hotel upon check in and this is cash basis only. 




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