Baguio Travel Guide

Whether you’re hitting the road for business or pleasure, these tips can make traveling to Baguio more fun and memorable.

Planning your trip
Book a room at least a month in advance, especially if the date of your visit falls on a holiday or on one of the peak seasons listed on the chart below. On these dates, it may be a little difficult to find a suitable room. Or schedule your trip on regular dates and enjoy lower rates. If you are taking the bus, go to the bus station early or better yet, get seat reservations to and from Baguio during holidays and peak seasons.

Below is a handy list of phone numbers of various local assistance centers, you might want to store in your cellphone. You can never tell when a fellow traveler might need some assistance:

Department of Tourism
(074) 442 8848
(074) 442 7014
Notre Dame de Chartres Hospital
(074) 619 8530
Saint Louis Hospital of the Sacred Heart
(074) 442 5700
Baguio Medical Center
(074) 442 3338
Baguio Police Department
166
(074) 442 1211
People’s Action Team Responding On-Line
117

If you will be driving to Baguio, remember to check your vehicle. Use BLOWBAG to make sure your vehicle is roadworthy: Check your Brakes, Lights, Oil, Water, Battery, Air, Gas. When you check your tire pressure, check your tires as well. You’ll need good traction driving up and down the winding roads of Baguio. Don’t depend solely on your brakes when driving downhill. Shift to low gear on steep inclines. It’s safer. By the way, gas gets more expensive the farther you are from Metro Manila so get a full tank of gas.

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