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Believe It or Not, You Don’t Need to Pay for an Entrance Fee at Baguio Bamboo Sanctuary

Discover the hidden gem of Baguio Bamboo Sanctuary without spending a dime on entrance fees!

By: Niña Caraig | April 14, 2024
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Baguio Bamboo Sanctuary

So, why not stroll through the lush greenery without breaking the bank?

Images: Leilannie Gueta Infante (L); Reizel Grace Austria Caballero (R)

If you’re seeking cheap places to travel in the Summer Capital of the Philippines, look no further than Baguio Bamboo Sanctuary, surrounded by lush bamboo groves. This bamboo ecopark retreat prioritizes sustainable tourism in Baguio City. And the best part is that it welcomes you without any entrance fee!

Baguio Bamboo Sanctuary

Baguio Bamboo Sanctuary entrance

Image: Felix Mendoza

This tourist spot in Baguio is a stunning natural attraction that showcases over 100 different types of bamboo in various sizes, shapes, and colors. When you enter this bamboo ecopark, you will be greeted by a lush green forest and birds chirping, creating a serene and peaceful atmosphere. As you explore the park, you'll come across 15-meter-tall bamboo trees that will leave you in awe. These trees are planted along the park's pathways, creating beautiful scenery worth experiencing firsthand.

Baguio Bamboo Sanctuary

Explore and marvel at the towering bamboo without worrying about fees!

Images: Leilannie Gueta Infante (L); Lloren Estipona Bittong (R)

The main attraction of Baguio Bamboo Park is the pathway, surrounded by beautiful bamboo trees and marked by a couple of small red bamboo fences. As you stroll along the path, you'll be entirely enveloped by the peaceful surroundings and experience a sense of tranquility and calm, making it the most memorable part of your visit.

This tourist spot in Baguio is fascinating because of its beautiful scenery and because it teaches visitors about the many uses of bamboo, including landscaping, construction, handicrafts, and more. It emphasizes the significance of preserving nature and resources, which is particularly important given the impact of climate change on our environment.

Green and tall bamboo trees

Experience the tranquility that Baguio Bamboo Sanctuary offers—at no cost!

Images: Albert Oligario (L); Ryan Yumol (R)

If you plan to visit Baguio Bamboo Sanctuary, the best time is summer. The pleasant weather allows you to appreciate the greenery and atmosphere fully. The park is located at the St. Francis Xavier Seminary in Pacdal Liteng and can be conveniently reached by public or private transportation.

How to get there:
You can conveniently catch the jeepney line to Liteng behind Patriotic School along Harisson Road. The park's drop-off point is at the turning point.

If you’re seeking a true nature getaway without breaking the bank, the Bamboo Sanctuary is your ideal destination!

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About Niña Caraig
Niña is the Content Development Manager at Yoorekka. Prior to Yoorekka, she began her career at a publishing company. In her free time, she loves to pamper herself, go shopping, and watching movies with her friends.
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