Best Baguio Website:

September 19, 2010

Best Baguio Website:

If you're planning to go to Baguio, go to the website of Go Baguio! This site provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on everything relating to Baguio. 

Why I Love This Website

1. It provides the most current information on road conditions of roads leading to Baguio with their Baguio travel advisory.
You don't even get that kind of information from government websites. When we go to Baguio, our only source of information for road conditions used to be the sign at the entrance of Kennon Road or feedback from friends or relatives who recently have been there. Without knowing anyone coming from there, we couldn't get advanced information on road conditions. Well, not until Go Baguio started providing this kind of information.

2. I love the Baguio maps!!!
They have an interactive map, a city road map, an area map, and a highway map. When I travel with my kids I try to make the trip as predictable as I can, meaning not too many surprises for me. So one of the means to do this is to look at all kinds of maps. At one point, I even used Google Earth to actually walk the road just to find out how far the bus stop is from the hotel I wanted to book, just to imagine if my kids can walk that far. So you'd understand how much I love what this website did for Baguio. It made it easier for moms like me who like to plan everything in detail.

3. You can do Baguio for free.
This is one of the unique articles that I don't normally find in guides to Philippine destinations. In Europe and in the United States, they have several articles on how to sight-see for free.

These are only a few of the reasons why I love this website. I can talk about how beautiful the layout is, how easy it is to navigate the site. I can also talk about the depth of the content. The comprehensiveness of this website is truly amazing. Seeing it does not compare to me talking about it so I urge everyone to check it out. It's the only true guide to Baguio City, successfully beating Lonely Planet to the task.