Tam- Awan Village, Baguio

For when your feeling suuuuper touristy, go here. The price is right and your kids will love it. Directions are simple to get to. It doesn’t get my highest recommendation because I tend to enjoy more organic or off the beaten path activities (not always, but they usually own my heart) but the kids had fun and that is important. I think this is more of a reflection of me as a mother learning I don’t just get to do what I want all the time. My children are starting to form opinions of their own and I want to cultivate them.

The boys loved hiking, the koi pond, all the huts/houses and especially the traditional Benguet clothing. There is a few small art galleries on the property and small souvenir shop.

The repurposed tires all over Tam-Awan were a really cool added touch. I took way too many of the same photos. Each one was such a work of art!DSC02159

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He actually loved it. It was hard to get him out of the hut and out of those clothes. Benguet Boy. DSC02191

Where baby goes, boba goes. 🙂 DSC02172

The trails were very easy for kids and all marked. There are a few that are not children friendly. They aren’t indicated but you’ll know from how high the climb is. DSC02162

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Address: Long Long Benguet Rd, Baguio, Benguet, Philippines
Number: +63 74 446 2949

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