Camp John Hay

Baguio City, Benguet

Camp John Hay (CJH) is Baguio City's most popular visitor attraction. A beautiful resort in the mountains it features a world class competition Jack Niclaus-designed golf course (said to be the only course in the Philippines to have bentgrass greens) as well as hotels, a shopping center & a convention center, among other attractions.

Located on the south eastern side of the Summer ...

Capital of the Philippines, its Main Gate is now located on Loakan Road, a 5-minute drive from its old location at the Upper Session Road-Loakan Road-South Drive rotunda.

Camp John Hay News

  • The Ili-ay Cordillera: A Village In The City

    The Ili-ay Cordillera: A Village In The City

    Flowers bloom and plants flourish within the beautifully manicured gardens, with a soothing fountain overlooking a green valley at The Manor at Camp John Hay - and, starting this month, an indigenous community has settled in a significant corner of the grounds.

    The Ili-ay Cordillera, a Kankanaey phrase which literally means Cordillera Village - has been painstakingly transported from the Cordilleras to the hotel to give tourists and visitors a true Cordillera experience.

    For the next few months, the township will serve as the central venue for both traditional art and crafts exhibitions ...

  • Spots To Visit In Baguio For 1st Timers

    Spots To Visit In Baguio For 1st Timers

    Here are some spots you should definitely visit when you are here.

    Asin Hot Spring - Thirty (30) minutes away from Baguio there are man made tunnels near there are some resort around surrounded with picnic nuts where they have swimming pools, a waterfall that has an odor of sulfur. This stop is perfect during the weekends with family and friends.

  • 13 Fun Activities To Do In Baguio With Your Family And Friends

    13 Fun Activities To Do In Baguio With Your Family And Friends

    Most Filipinos would love to go to Baguio City, especially during summer. For some, Baguio is a typical stopover en route to Banaue or Sagada. Many claim that the City of Pines is now more commercialize than before but that doesn't stop tourists flocking to it over the weekend.

  • Better Days At The Manor At Camp John Hay

    Better Days At The Manor At Camp John Hay

    The heat is already on! What better way to spend a relaxing and cool vacation than to head to the summer capital of the Philippines? It is the season to enjoy the cool climate of Baguio with its various attractions.

    Situated in a great location in Baguio is Camp John Hay. Discover the wonders of being surrounded by nature. A highly recommended hotel to visit here is The Manor. You will be delighted with what it has to offer. The Manor is offering Irresistible room rates for as low as 50 percent discount from June to October.

    For those who are golf aficionados, Camp John Hay has an 18-hol ...

  • A Walk With Nature And History

    A Walk With Nature And History

    Far enough from the crowd and noise of the city, Camp John Hay is the perfect place to spend a relaxing vacation in Baguio City. With its hilly location full of pine trees and lots of open spaces, the 695-acre landscape is overflowing with scenic attractions and exciting activities.

  • One Fine Day In The City Of Pines

    One Fine Day In The City Of Pines

    Theres a gazillion reasons one fine day in the mountain resort of Baguio is never a worn out getaway, even for the most jaded travelers.

    With the opening of the Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union Expressway and the availability of executive-type coaches of Joy Bus and Victory Liner, commuting to the summer capital is such a breeze and an inexpensive ride.

    But, aside from its crisp, pine-scented mountain air, one compelling reason the City of Pines is such an exciting upland retreat is its being a haven for the arts painting, sculpture, indigenous art, music, poetry, tribal weaving and culinary a ...