Experience the Best of Baguio for P1.9k with This New Hassle-Free Tour

The ideal tour package for first-time visitors.
by | February 02, 2023

Plenty of local destinations have opened for tourism again and with the number of long weekends we’re getting this year, you might take these as the signs to finally go on a well-deserved getaway. Baguio is ideal for long weekend trips, especially now that travel time to the Summer Capital is shorter. If you want a hassle-free travel experience during your trip, check out the new Breathe Baguio tour package:


Breathe Baguio Tour Package

Perfect for first-time visitors, Breathe Baguio is a new tour package by the Baguio Tourism Council Travel & Tours Sector. It’s an eight-hour joiner tour package that will let you experience the cool city’s best and must-visit tourist destinations without the hassle of arranging transportation, meals, and trying your best to visit everything in one day.

With a hassle-free and laid-out plan, you’ll get to enjoy a convenient and educational tour of Baguio. No more waiting in lines and trying to catch a ride; all you have to do is show up at the meeting place, be prepared to listen and have a good time, and make new friends while touring. This is also ideal for those who won’t be bringing a private vehicle or those traveling with kids and/or seniors.


What’s included in the tour?

At P1,930 per person, the tour includes:

  • Lunch at a local restaurant
  • Van transport
  • Services of a DOT-accredited tour guide
  • Health kit
  • Bottled water

Block your weekend schedule as the tour is only every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9 AM.


Destinations you’ll visit

Here is the best of Baguio

  • Baguio Botanical Garden
  • The Mansion
  • Mines View Park
  • Camp John Hay
  • Kennon Road Zigzag View Point
  • Baguio Museum
  • Easter Weaving Room
  • Tam-awan Village
  • La Trinidad Strawberry Farm


How to join the tour

You can book a slot via the Visita Baguio website or scan the QR code below:


For inquiries and more information, visit the Baguio Visita page and send a message.


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