Tam-Awan Village

The Tam-Awan Village was created back in 1998 and is one of the Baguio city’s newest attraction. It is located on the outskirts of the Baguio city and it may be a bit difficult to get to, but it is well worth the trip. There are plenty of Igorot huts to look at. This will allow you to see what the exact homes of people living in the mountain province. There are small ladders leading inside the huts which allows you access to the interior of the huts. Feel free to climb in the house to have a glimpse of the inside and also gives you a feel for what it is like living inside these huts.

There are many steep pathways that you can climb to get from hut to hut and check them out. If you manage to climb to the top of the village, you will be able to see the gorgeous, panoramic view of the entire La Union Province. You will want to do this journey before the afternoon fog begins to set in, because once it does, it will make it impossible to see anything past your hand. This village is free to visit and is a great way to see what native life is like. You will also be able to purchase some handmade items, books and other souvenirs at the little gift shop. Another thing that you can do is to try a cup of the native coffee when you finally make it back down the mountain.