Baguio District

Baguio District is predominantly made out of agriculture and forest lands. More than half of the land area is devoted to agriculture supplying the city with various fruits, such as durian and pineapple, and other food requirements. A large area of the district, which is approximately 930 hectares, forms part of Mt. Apo Nature Park, one of the must-see sites in the city. 

Located in the district are some popular agritourism facilities, particularly the Malagos Gardens Resort and the Philippine Eagle Breeding Center.

The land use capability map has identified large areas of Baguio District as conservation zones since these are crucial to the watershed areas.


  •  Agriculture/ Agri-business: Improvement of Farm-to-market roads, cacao nursery
  •  Agri-tourism: agro-tourism circuit

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