Panagbenga Baguio Flower Festival - Php2900

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Travel Date: February 25-26, 2012

 





Package Inclusions:

* Round trip Van Transfer (Mandaluyong Boni Edsa-Baguio-
Mandaluyong Boni Edsa)
* 2 Days Tour in Baguio
*Overnight accommodation at
at La Brea Inn/ InnSison Apartelles/ Tulip Apartelle/ Fores Residence, Hotel Veniz/ Summer Place Hotel/ Starwood Hotel/ or the like whichever is available
* Entrance Fees and Permits
* Taxes and Surcharges


Sample Itinerary:
February 25 GRAND STREET DANCING PARADE

12:30am Assembly at Robinsons Pioneer - Boni Edsa Mandaluyong City
01:00am Estimated Time Departure to Baguio
06:00am Estimated time of arrival at Baguio
06:30am Breakfast at Burnham Park @ Tourist Own Account
08:00am Watch Panagbenga Street Parade
10:30am Mines View Park and The Mansion
12:30pm Lunch (On pax own account)
01:30pm Proceed to Botanical Garden
04:30pm Check in Hotel
FREE TIME

February 26 GRAND FLOAT PARADE

06:00am Wake up call and Breakfast (On pax own account)
07:00am Watch Panagbenga Float Parade.
10:00am Proceed to Camp John Hay
11:00am Early lunch (On pax own account)
12:00am Check out at hotel
12:30pm Visit Phil Military Academy and Lourdes Grotto
03:00pm Drop off at Baguio Public Market to buy "Pasalubong"
04:00pm Depart Baguio to Manila
09:00pm Estimated time of arrival at Makati
End of Tour.

Rates:
Package Tour 2 days 1 night accommodation
Number of Persons Rate Per Person
1 - 2 P 3,300 per person
3 P 3,100 per person
4 - 5 P 2,900 per person
10 pax P 2,800 per person

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Panagbenga Festival
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The flowers of Baguio is one of the reasons for the Panagbenga festival.

Penagbenga Festival (English: Flower Festival) is a month-long annual flower festival occurring in Baguio, the summer capital of the Philippines.The term is of Malayo-Polynesian origin, meaning "season of blooming". The festival, held during the month of February, was created as a tribute to the city's flowers and as a way to rise up from the devastation of the 1990 Luzon earthquake.The festival includes floats that are decorated with flowers unlike those used in Pasadena's Rose Parade. The festival also includes street dancing, presented by dancers clad in flower-inspired costumes, that is inspired by the Bendian, an Ibaloi dance of celebration that came from the Cordillera region.

Aside from economic boosts from tourism, the festival also helped the younger generation of indigenous people to rediscover their culture's old traditions. The indigenous people was first wary with government-led tourism because of the threat that they will interfere or change their communities' rituals. 




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