Quickie: 48 Hours In….Baguio City

The view from Good Shepherd's  deck

The view from Good Shepherd's deck

Text and Photos by: Gypsygal Prime

Better known as the summer capital of the Philippines, travellers usually flock to Baguio to escape the heat and dust of Manila. Located some 1,500 meters above sea level, nestled within the Cordillera in northern Philippines, temperature in Baguio is always below 30 degrees Celsius (this even at the height of the summer months of March to April). In the colder months of January to February, temperature drops to less than 20 degrees Celsius– that’s pretty cold for a tropical country like the Philippines. (read more here)

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