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Saturday, June 22

How to Commute to Benguet Strawberry Farm and Bell Church Baguio

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Map on going to Strawberry Farm (or Bell Church) from Baguio City
How to go to Strawberry Fields in Benguet:

To go to Strawberry Farm in Benguet, ride jeepneys going to La Trinidad or Buyagan (in La Trinidad) or other jeepneys passing through KM 6 (Kilometer 6). Present terminal is located in the lot corner of Magsaysay and T. Alonzo Street. Fare is about P11.00. You can also ride cabs if you do not want to ride jeepney, but of course it will be more expensive.

Terminal for vehicles bound to La Trinidad
You will be able to see signs going to Strawberry Farm. Tell the driver to drop you off to the intersection going to Strawberry Farm. Once you see it, go straight ahead until you reach the farm. There is no entrance fee in the farm but optional activity like strawberry picking is at a cost (P300-350).

*To go back to Baguio City, reach the national highway and wait for jeepneys bound back Baguio.

How to go to Bell Church:

From Strawberry Farm, ride a jeepney going to Baguio City then tell the driver to stop by the Bell Church. Fare is P8.50. No entrance fee in the temple.

From Baguio City, ride a jeepney going to La Trinidad then tell the driver to stop by the Bell Church. Fare is P8.50.

*To go back to Baguio City, wait along the road for a jeepney bound back to Baguio City. Fare is P8.50.

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  1. Excellent reference source for visitors, I will be posting links from baguiotransient.com

  2. Going there in March.... thanks for the info.

  3. Thanks! it's very helpful!


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