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Mirador Heritage and Eco Park Baguio City Travel Guide

Let’s explore Mirador Heritage and Eco Park, a new place to relax and have a break from all the tiring events that happened when the pandemic striked.

What’s Inside Mirador Heritage and Eco Park 

These are the attractions inside the Mirador Heritage and Eco Park.

Rock Gardens

This new destination at the Mirador Hill Eco Park is where you can see different rock formations. At Rock Gardens, you will be hiking for a bit so for safety purposes, use footwear suitable for hiking, and wear comfortable clothes.

Arashiyama Bamboo Grove 

If St. Francis Xavier Seminary has a Kawayanan or Bamboo Eco-Park at Pacdal, Liteng, at Mirador Hill you can also enjoy the Arashiyama Bamboo Grove. This area is one of the relaxing parts of the eco-park and this is one of the best spots to take instagrammable photos.

Peace Memorial

The Mirador Hill’s Peace Memorial was blessed last December 2020. In this part of the eco-park, you can see the Torii Gate, a Bell which is repurposed from an unexploded bomb dropped during WWII at the Mirador Hill, and a Multi-terraced Landscape. And, here are two of the views you might encounter when you visit Mirador Hill’s Peace Memorial: 

Sunset View

Well, if you are looking for a new spot to watch the sunset in the City of Baguio, the Peace Memorial at Mirador Hill is one of the best choices.

If you would like to witness this sunset in high quality, keep reading this guide and you will see our driving and walking tours video for your reference.

Foggy View

Foggy? That’s pretty normal in Baguio, so expect to encounter a foggy background when you visit the place.

Mirador Heritage and Eco Park

The City of Baguio is indeed a place full of wonderful attractions, and more are being discovered. And, here’s a piece of good news for those who are searching for a new destination to visit in the city, the Mirador Jesuit Villa’s Heritage and Eco Park are open to the public, for locals and tourists who have completed the requirements needed to enter Baguio, and the eco-park offers different attractions.

How to go to Mirador Heritage and Eco Park

Planning to visit the place? Let’s make your visit hassle-free with these guides:

Location of the Mirador Heritage and Eco Park

This new attraction is located at Mirador Jesuit Villa and Retreat House in Baguio City.

To those who have been to the Lourdes Grotto, it’s going to be easier for you to locate the Mirador Heritage and Eco Park because both of the attractions are located in the same area.


If you are planning to visit the place, you can arrive at the said new tourist destination through jeepney, taxi, and private car.


  • Lourdes-Dominican Jeepney
    • Fare: 11 pesos


  • Fare: 70 to 100 pesos from town proper.

Here’s a map to guide you:

Parking Fee

For those with private cars, there is an available parking area near the registration area and the parking fee is PHP 25.00. 

Entrance Fee

Before you can start exploring the place, register first and the entrance fee is PHP 100.00 per head. The registration area is beside the Rock Gardens. 
Disclaimer: Rates may be subject to change without prior notice.

Opening Time

The Mirador Jesuit Villa’s Heritage and Eco Park are open from 6:00 AM – 6:00 PM.

Watch the Mirador and Heritage and Eco-Park Walking Tour

Check this out and have a glimpse of how beautiful the sunset is in this area.

Sunrise at Mirador Hill

And, on the other side of the place, you will be able to witness the sunrise.

Watch this video for you to have an idea of where to spot the perfect area to watch the sunrise.

Ready to add it to your list?

Excited to check the place? Then, check your calendar, free your schedule, and set your time of visit with your family and friends. And, keep in mind to be extra careful and observe proper health protocols, always wear a face mask, face shield, and observe social distancing.

And, take note of the dos and don’ts of the place.

Also, a friendly reminder, make sure not to vandalize and throw your trash properly as a way of showing respect to the place and next visitors.

This is to avoid the unfortunate circumstances that happened at Camp John Hay’s hiking trails and St. Francis Xavier Bamboo Eco-Park.

For More Information

Check out the Facebook page of  Mirador Jesuit Villa Retreat House  for more details:

Facebook Page: Mirador Jesuit Villa Retreat House

For More News and Updates

Looking for more news and updates? Feel free to explore our BCG website and our official Facebook page. You may also check out our official BCG YouTube channel to catch a variety of video content.

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