The Baguio Botanical Garden is located east of Baguio's downtown area. You will find it between Teacher's Camp and the Pacdal Circle. Its main entrance is along Leonard Wood Road and just across the street from Gilberto's Hotel and Baguio Vacation Hotel. It is quite a large park and about the same size as Burnham Park.
Also known as the Igorot Village, the Botanical Garden features ...
native huts typical of the type of Igorot dwellings found in the Cordilleras. The village is said to capture the ethnic spirit and cultural legacy of the Igorots and being tranquil and quiet, it is a nice place to just sit down and relax, take a leisurely stroll along its narrow and winding pathways and also enjoy the landscape where you will find numerous plants and trees.
Baguio Botanical Garden and Igorot Village News
Now that Panagbenga Festival is nearly approaching , you might consider giving Baguio a quick tour during the festival. Baguio has so many great places to offer and some of which can be access for free. So after witnessing the colorful street dances and grand float parades, you might consider visiting these places in Baguio.
Elephant statues donated by the government of Thailand have been installed at a city park, which used to keep a menagerie of animals in the 1950s and the early 1960s.
Thai officials on Monday turned over the five elephant statues at Baguio Botanical and Zoological Garden, which once served as a zoo.
Established in 1956 during the administration of President Ramon Magsaysay, the former garden used to be filled with cages that housed monkeys, crocodiles, bears, lions, tigers and a couple of elephants, which took enormous amounts of public money to feed, said Cordelia Lacsamana, city enviro ...
I have been to Baguio several times now, but never to the popular Botanical Garden. Until recently, that is.
After our Ilocandia Adventure, we directly went to the City of Pines ??" BAGUIO! From Vigan to Baguio is 4 hours and 30 minutes land travel. We left Vigan at 3 in the afternoon. As usual in the van we just took some rest. We stayed in Callalily Pension House and Apartment for 2 days and 2 nights. Our room was nice, it's an apartment-like room. Our room has 4 beds and many extra mattresses. You can cook and they have also a small kitchen and a balcony to the pines outside.
Two of our friends didn't join our tour for our first day in Baguio because the girl was not feeling well probably becau ...
After a quick stop over at Camp John Hay (Check : Back To Baguio With Mama : Camp John Hay) , we headed to our next destination, the Botanical Garden. Interestingly, as what the name suggests, it is merely just a huge botanical garden and there's really nothing much to do but surprisingly, that is actually the site's strongest point. It is a perfect place to relax and to marvel the luscious green, colorful flowers, the wonderful breeze and fragrance of this garden.
Botanical Garden, much like the Burnham Park is another popular spots in Baguio and a place that should never be missed. To top ...
Now that Panagbenga Festival is nearly approaching , you might consider giving Baguio a quick tour during the festival. Baguio has so many great places to offer and some of which can be access for free. So after witnessing the colorful street dances and grand float parades, you might consider visiting these places in Baguio. ( Check : 2017 Panagbenga Flower Festival Schedule of Activities)
Dubbed as the "Mother of All Parks" in Baguio. Burnham Park is probably one of the busiest attractions in Baguio. It covers a 32.84 hectare of land which includes a man-made lake situated ...