Traveling is so much easier and exciting now with the advent of websites and apps that make planning, booking, and actually taking the trip a lot easier. Without even leaving your home, in fact, with just a few clicks on your mobile or your reliable laptop, you can now plan your family’s next travel adventure without even breaking a sweat. Heck, you can do it while breastfeeding your little one or while taking a break from your online work.
In case you are planning to travel with the family very soon, you might want to check out TripHobo. It is an emerging website that has everything you need to plan your trip, all in one place.
TripHobo in a nutshell
As I have mentioned, TripHobo is a one-stop website for all your travel and booking needs. This trip-planning site was founded in 2014 by three colleagues who became friends in Pune, India. It specializes in offering wholesome travel planning and booking experience and now have more than 1 Million users. Headquartered in Palo Alto, California, TripHobo is now the world’s largest repository of user-generated itineraries and serves as one of the most flexible vacation-planning platforms to date.
Baguio is one of my favorite places. I have only been there twice but both are such great experiences, I cannot wait to go back. Even my little one is raving about our adventure and has been asking when we are coming back. You can read about our travel adventure here.
Baguio is a top choice among Filipino travelers because of the cold weather. It is a welcome break from the usually hot and humid city weather, especially in the scorching summer heat! Apart from the cool temperature, you will never run out of awesome things to do, beautiful places to see, and delicious dishes to try while you are up north. Among my top must-try Baguio activities include horseback riding, biking and playing at the park while sampling the local street food, delectable vegetable dishes at Oh My Gulay, strawberry picking at the Strawberry Farm, and a whole lot more!
A trip to Baguio is not just a welcome break from our daily grind, but it is also one great sensory experience, a delight to our senses. The lush greenery at the parks offers a respite for our otherwise overworked eyes, the local cuisine is a feast for any traveler’s palate, the fascinating clouds that hang low a delectable and welcome change.
I have been wanting to go back to Baguio for a while now but haven’t had the chance to do so. While I plot for yet another Baguio itinerary, I tried looking for Baguio budget accommodations using Traveloka App and here’s what I came up with: