What you'll do
Baguio as been labeled as the Summer Capital of the Philippines. The city is famous for its Panagbenga Festival (Flower festival), local delicacies like strawberry taho and much more. This is a brief idea of how will our day go, this may change if it's festival season. 0400 Meetup at Session Road 0445 Beginner's hike at Mt. Jumbo (optional) 0600 Strawberry Picking at La Trinidad 0700 Breakfast 0800 Museum Tour - Bencab museum - Cordillera museum 1000 Snacks in the City 1200 Lunch 1300 Resume food / cafe 1430 Shopping at famous ukay ukay and Baguio's market 1730 Dinner 2100 Baguio's night Market
Local snacks of Baguio City
I'm Luis, I majored in Environmental and Sanitary Engineering at the University of Baguio. My love for the environment got me into this hosting activity of giving you a short tour around the city and to be a local. I'm a natural extrovert, and a food/coffee junkie. In all honesty, Baguio is a small City so I can say that I have almost visited all the prime spots. My family and friends love adventure and as much as possible, we like to tour our very own country first before others. If you want to be a local in Baguio, let's talk.
Where you'll be
Baguio City is also known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines. It is known for the City's natural cold environment, fresh strawberry produces. It was also one of the base camps of the U.S. army. Locations we could go Bencab Museum Camp John Hay Session Road Harrison Road Strawberry Farm Mount Jumbo Mines View Park Botanical Garden Wright Park Burnham Park
Keep these in mind
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Up to 4 guests ages 18 and up can attend.
Don't bring too much. Just the necessities like a bottle of water, snacks, your phone, and an umbrella
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