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Mount Costa Travel Guide: A Must Visit Outdoor Living Room Near Baguio

Mount Costa is the outdoor living room everybody dreams to have. With its collection of 24 gardens inspired by the world’s best gardens, Mount Costa is one of the newest attractions near the city of Baguio. It has wide open spaces where families and groups of friends can come and enjoy mother nature.

This 6-hectare garden provides tons of fun as you go along the trails and discover the flower and art-filled gardens.

Mount Costa

Mount Costa

Tucked in Upper Lamtang, Puguis, La Trinidad, Benguet, Mount Costa has received hundreds of visitors from all over the world since its opening on February 4, 2017. If you love strolling in Burnham Park, you’ll definitely love this serene place.

Just imagine all the greeneries you get to enjoy this place. And the best part? There are parts where a literal outdoor living room is installed in the gardens. Here, you’ll get the best views of the area. And just like any living room, there’s a center table, a long couch, and two smaller couches.

What to See and Do

Mirror Garden

Probably, the highlight of the place is the mirror garden. Featuring a lot of mirrors, you are sure to have lots of fun here.

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Adult and Children’s Garden Space

Good thing when we went here, there were only a few visitors so nobody saw me trying on the swings and the slides. I was like a kid in a candy store. Now, I can attest that the installed playground is pretty sturdy. Hehe.

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Outdoor Musical Garden


If you like to make noise, there’s the music garden where you can play with installed instruments. It’s pretty fun.

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Dining Area

Yup. There’s a dining area inside Mount Costa. You can buy some snacks and rice meals, too.

In the dining area, what I love most about this are the living room styled area.

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And the many many many other gardens

Here is the full list of gardens in Mount Costa.

  1. Inca Garden
  2. Bud Garden
  3. Concentric Garden
  4. Enchanted Garden
  5. Formal Garden
  6. Outdoor Musical Garden
  7. Koru Garden
  8. Reflection Pond
  9. Toddler’s Play Space
  10. Adult and Children’s Garden Space
  11. Celestial Garden
  12. Mini Bowl
  13. Outdoor Lounging
  14. Spectrum Garden
  15. Zen Garden
  16. Twig Art
  17. Romeo and Juliet
  18. Mirror Garden
  19. Land Art
  20. Maze Garden
  21. The Grid
  22. Ampitheater
  23. Al Fresco Dining Area
  24. Chill Area

Now, check these photos out.


In order to get into Mount Costa, you have to buy a ticket. Ticket price (entrance fee) is as follows.

  • Adults – P350.00
  • Students – P250.00
  • Senior Citizens and PWDS – P250.00
  • Children ( below 3 years old) – Free

Note: To avail of the student discount, you have to show your ID.

(Prices may change without prior notice.)

  • Now, if you want to rent the green living room, just pay P1,000.00 (good for 8 hours).
  • Prenuptial Shoots – P5,000.00 (good for 4 hours).

How To Get There

Via Car

Type Mount  Costa The Green Living Room in Waze.

Via Commute

From Manila, ride a bus to Baguio.

Travel Tip: Check schedules and availability of buses to Baguio for booking online with 12Go Asia.


Ride a taxi and ask the driver to bring you to Mount Costa.


From Baguio City:

Ride a ‘long trip’ jeep at the Shagem St. jeep terminal. It’s just across the Rose Garden in Burnham Park.

Ask the driver to drop you off at Lamtang Irisan Cockpit.

Afterwards, ride another jeep heading to Puguis Junction. Ask the driver to drop you off at Mount Costa.

From La Trinidad:

Ride a jeep heading to Puguis, or Wangal then drop off at Puguis Elementary School.

From here, ride the Lamtang Pico jeep and get off at Mount Costa.


You can contact Mount Costa via:

Tips and Reminders

  • Mount Costa is open seven days a week from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
  • There are two trails for you to choose from. You can either start at the Blue Trail or the Yellow Trail. The Blue Trail is more on art-filled gardens while the Yellow Trail is more on plants.
  • Properly dispose of your trash.
  • You can bring your pets. Mount Costa allows pets.
  • When you’re commuting back to the city, you can either ride the jeep or get a taxi. However, there are only a few jeepneys and taxis that pass through here. You can ask Mount Costa to contact a taxi for you. But fare is at a fixed rate of P350.00.

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