Baguio is a city in the northern mountain province of Benguet in the Island of Luzon some 260 kilometers (160 miles) north of Manila. Being one of the very few temperate places in this predominantly warm and humid tropical country, it has been officially known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines.
As in the past 18 years, the Festival location for this year’s Feast of Tabernacles in Baguio City will again be at a conference hall of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines (GSP) Ang Ating Tahanan grounds. The multi-purpose hall can easily accommodate up to 150 feastgoers.
The GSP Ang Ating Tahanan grounds have cottages, rooms and dormitory-style accommodations within short walking distances from the hall. Nearby hotels and inns are also available for those who are more adventurous and prefer to stay outside the festival grounds. Costs of accommodations range from USD $7 per person per night for dormitory accommodations to USD $80 per night per cottage-room, as well as for nearby hotel room accommodations.
This year, we are again expecting up to 140 feastgoers. These will mostly be brethren coming from the Luzon Island regions of the country. But as in years past, we are always eagerly welcoming and looking forward to hosting overseas brethren, especially those coming from international areas who would want to enjoy and celebrate the Feast with us.
Reservations and More Information: Those interested may get in touch with Rey Evasco.
Viber/Mobile Phone: at +63(917) 814 7826
Mail: 2582 A. Bonifacio St., Bangkal, Makati City 1233, Philippines.