Located in the mountainous region of Cordillera, 1,500 meters above the sea, 250 kilometers north of Manila, Baguio City is one of the few place in the Philippines blessed with a cool climate. On average, Baguio is at least eight degrees cooler than any place in the lowlands. It is gifted with a variety of cultural, historical and scenic attractions which make it an important and interesting destination. As early as March, tourists and locals take the six-hour trek up the zigzagging Kennon Road. Within a mile of the city, the sweet scent of pine trees and flowers already permeate the air.
The YWAM Baguio Training Center main house, conveniently just across the parking lot from the airport. It is in a nice area with public transport available into the city.
The YWAM Baguio Training Center has run University of the Nations schools including Family Ministry School the Discipleship Training School, and the Crossroads Discipleship Training School.
Baguio City is north of Manila, in the northern part of the Philippines. It is the northernmost city labeled in blue lettering on this map.
YWAM Baguio Base
YWAM Baguio Staff
Main YWAM Baguio House
Lecture hall - teaching and Worship
Office and other Misc. Rooms
Area near the YWAM Base
Loakan Airport next to the base
Runway at Loakan Airport
Heavens Garden Cemetery
Tour of the City of Baguio
Burnham Park - Lagoon & Animal Boats
Baguio Cathedral - Exterior
Baguio Cathedral - Monuments & Interior
Cemetery of Negativity
Mines View Park
Icorat Garden, The Lion & the Manion
YWAM Philippines National website
YWAM Philippines bases & other links
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