Baguio countryside tour - private: Drive along Kennon Road, the oldest road system in the Cordilleras that was built by the Americans in 1903, and which links the town of Baguio to the provinces in the lowlands. Cross-crossing our way through many hairpin bends, the drive affords one a picturesque view of the lush vegetation, river tributaries, gorges and waterfalls, one of which is the Bridal Veil Falls, which has a natural pool at its base.
Other highlights of the tour include a visit to the Philippine Military Academy, the country’s premier military training school, the Easter Weaving Room, where one can observe the actual process cloth weaving that is common to the tribes of the Mountain Province, Tam-awan Village, an artist’s concept of a village that features traditional native huts and art exhibits, and finally the La Trinidad Strawberry Farm, located just minutes away from Baguio City which provides its visitors with the experience of harvesting their own berries for a fee, and where a strawberry festival is being held annually.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: Four hours.