April 21, 2024

The tradition continues for Baguio Correspondents and Broadcasters Club Incorporated (BCBC). 

On March 28, the search committee of the BCBC will choose visitors who will be on Holy Week break in Baguio for a rare chance to tour the city and Benguet for free.

Selection will be at the Flying V Gas Station in Pugo, La Union.

The tour package will include welcome ceremonies from chief executives of Baguio City, Benguet, Tuba, Tublay, and Pugo, La Union, strawberry picking in La Trinidad, tour at the Polig Farm, Igorot Stone Kingdom, Bencab Museum, and Tam Awan artists village where there will also be a sketching session with artists.

The annual activity is made possible through the efforts of government and non-government partners led by the city government of Baguio, Sen. Imee Marcos, Baguio Country Club General Manager Anthony de Leon, SM City Baguio, SN Aboitiz Power, Department of Tourism-Cordillera, Benguet Electric Cooperative, Baguio Water District, Hotel Supreme, La Trinidad Mayor Romeo Salda, Benguet Governor Melchor Diclas, Benguet Rep. Eric Yap, Mountain Province Rep. Maximo Dalog, Jr., Jordan Mangosan of Chanum Foundation – manager of Tam Awan Village, Philex Mining Corporation, National Grid Corporation of the Philippines, Luisa’s Café, Veterans Bank, Benguet Provincial Police Office, Baguio City Police Office, Philippine Information Agency-Cordillera, Baguio Tourism Office, PLDT Baguio, Ruperto Alvar of R&R Sanitary Services, Venus Parkview Hotel, Department of Agriculture, Department of Transportation, Department of Public Works and Highways, Skyranch Baguio, The Manor Hay, Gloria Jeans Cafe, Polig Farm, Flying V, Bencab Museum, Igorot Stone Kingdom, Bucks Bunny Ranch, and Sotogrande Hotel-Baguio Resident Manager Marco Fetizanan.

The annual event kicks off on March 25 and culminates on March 31. – BCBC release