How to get to Baguio City? This is the most common question of people who are not yet familiar with this place. There are six(6) routes going to Baguio, one(1) of them is through air and five(5) of them are through land.
Five possible routes going to Baguio:
- Kennon Road – The fastest way going to Baguio from south of Luzon using a private vehicle. Public vehicles are not anymore allowed to pass through this route. The road is narrow and dangerous, it is not advisable for first time travelers.
Please read: Kennon Road Baguio City – First Timer’s Guide for more details.
- Marcos Highway – Most vehicle pass through this road because it is the main road going to Baguio, private and public vehicles are allowed to pass regardless of weight limit.
Naguillian Road – The fastest way going to Baguio coming from North Luzon. Private and public vehicles are allowed to pass.
Ambuklao Road – A short cut road bound from Isabela via Aritao road. Enjoy the scenic view of never ending pine trees while on travel. Private and public vehicles are allowed to pass this route, however, it is not advisable for first time travelers because of the stiffness and humidity of the area makes it dangerous to pass. It is best to pass through this road during summer season because your visibility is optimum.
Halsema Highway – This road is the gateway to the Cordilleras. The highest point of Philippine Highway system. Private and public vehicles are allowed to pass through this route. This road is considered as one of the most dangerous in the Philippines.
Airway Travel going to Baguio:
Loakan Airport – The only airport in Baguio City. Recently, it is closed for domestic commercial travel.
Use Google Maps or Wazer Application to your smartphone(if you have one) as your guide. Trust me, you will never get lost. 🙂