Hiking

The Jurassic Park of Baguio City

Its the festival of Holy Week in regards to prevalent devotion depends only on the parades of the fellowships or clubs (Semana Santa). So we chose to attempt the new fascination in Tuba, Benguet along Marcos Highway, The Dinosaur Island.

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How to get to Baguio Ecopark:

Driving Directions from Baguio:
Drive down along Marcos Highway and take the first right before the viaduct.

From Manila via Marcos Highway:
Take first right after the tunnel before the flyover.

Operating Hours:
Park is Open from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Daily! (please inquire from their contact number or email address if open during Holy Week, and other holidays (Christmas Day, New Years Day, All Saints Day et al)

Dinosaurs Island Entrance Fee/Rates/Ticket Prices:
Adults: PhP 350.00 Children,
4-12 yrs old: Php 300.00
3 years old and below: Free

This park arranged in Tuba, Benguet is the essential ever animatronics carnival in Baguio City. That suggests, they make use of mechanical devices to make their life-sized dinosaur impersonations appear like an authentic one – breathing, thundering, and moving!

As an adult guest, I found their dinosaurs genuinely stunning! It irrefutably looked, sounded, and felt like a live creature. In any case, these huge animals with immense sharp teeth and uproarious thunders can end up being unreasonably disturbing for children like my younger sibling. From now on, they may not welcome the visit as much as the adults would, and that is totally foreseen!

 

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