Digital Nomad in Baguio, Philippines: The full guide

Digital Nomading in Baguio, Philippines: The Ultimate Guide

Welcome to The Journey Seeker! Find out all about Digital nomad in Baguio, Philippines!

Why are digital nomads like snowflakes? Because no two are alike, and they’re all easily melted by a hot cup of Benguet coffee. Ok, that was a terrible joke, but hey, Baguio is a pretty unique place, and I’m excited to share my experiences with you!

Atmosphere / Vibes

Free stock photo of asian woman, batanes, faceless in Baguio, Philippines.

The atmosphere in Baguio is unlike anywhere else I’ve been. It’s a vibrant mix of city life and nature, with bustling markets and friendly locals coexisting alongside the stunning beauty of the mountains. The city has a relaxed, laid-back vibe that makes it the perfect place to work and play.

Weather throughout the year

The Strawberry Farm in Baguio in Baguio, Philippines.
Photo by Abigail Marquez

One of the best things about Baguio is the consistently cool weather. The city is located in the mountains, so it’s never too hot or too cold. In the summer, temperatures usually range from the mid-70s to the low-80s, and in the winter, they hover around the mid-60s. It’s the perfect climate for working outside or exploring the great outdoors.

8 reasons why this is the best place for Digital Nomads

The Lion's Head in Baguio City
Photo by Mary Grace
  • Affordable cost of living
  • Beautiful natural surroundings
  • Fast internet speeds
  • Plenty of coworking spaces
  • A thriving local community of nomads
  • A wide variety of delicious food
  • Easy access to outdoor activities
  • Friendly locals who are happy to help

Top 8 Things to do

White and Brown Concrete Houses Near Green Trees Under White Clouds in Baguio, Philippines.
Photo by Harvey Tan Villarino
  • Visit Burnham Park for a picnic or a leisurely stroll
  • Explore the bustling market at Tam-Awan Village
  • Hike to the summit of Mount Pulag, the highest peak in Luzon
  • Try the delicious local cuisine at Café by the Ruins
  • Take a dip in the hot springs at Mount Santo Tomas
  • Visit the Baguio Cathedral and the Baguio Museum
  • Go souvenir shopping at the Night Market
  • Relax and unwind at Wright Park’s famous horseback riding area

Conclusion and Safety

Children Horseback Riding in Baguio, Philippines.
Photo by Martin Cheung

In conclusion, Baguio is a fantastic place for digital nomads. It has everything you need to work and play, from fast internet and affordable living costs, to beautiful natural surroundings and a thriving local community. Just be sure to take the usual safety precautions, such as keeping your belongings safe and being aware of your surroundings, and you’ll have an amazing time in this beautiful city.

Wanna find out more about Baguio than just digital nomads? Here is another blog post about the top 14 things to do in Baguio

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