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Good Shepherd Convent, Baguio

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Religious Site
Purchase all sorts of delicious goodies produced by nuns and volunteers at Good Shepherd Convent, overlooking Cordillera Mountain. Aside from being a convent, the scenic compound also serves as a well-maintained retreat for all the Roman Catholic educational institutions. The international congregation of religious sisters numbers almost 4,000 members, who make and sell trinkets and sweets, the profits of which go to charity programs. Choose from fruit preserves, homemade bread, ube jams, peanut brittle, and many other treats for a reasonable price. Plan your visit to Good Shepherd Convent and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Baguio family vacation planner.
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  • A trip to Baguio is never complete without buying food items or pasalubong from Good Shepherd. The strawberry jam and ube jam are undoubtedly without compare.  more »
  • when somebody asked you for something to bring them from baguio, the good shepherd convent is the place to go. the ube (purple yam) jam is a favorite along with their peanut brittle and peanut butter....  more »
  • You will find the Good Shepherd Convent in the Mines View Barangay. Its main entrance is along Gibraltar Road and it is within walking distance from the souvenir shops at Mines View Park. They have th...  more »
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  • They sell the best local goods and treats!!! Although there is no parking within the convent, it's worthit to walk it. Also outside the convent is where you should park and also where ministores are found
  • The best place to buy goodies like jams, cookies, candies, etc. A long line for parking as well as suring buying is normal.
  • Buy pasalubongs and help a good cause. They are famous for their ube jam but I'm telling you, you should buy their chocolate crinkles and civet coffee! Delish!
  • famous "pasalubong" place. you can buy several delicacies/treats here ranging from 250 - 500 php (5 - 10 usd) which are also tasty. I recommend you try the ube jam here
  • Most popular place to buy your Baguio pasalubongs, but parking is terrible here so try to come early or have someone hazard for you while you shop. Come prepared by knowing what to buy, usually people come for the ube jam (4 orders per person only) the alfajores, oatmeal cookies, and the strawberry jam. Its easier for them if you write down your order ahead so you can just hand them your piece of paper and they will prepare everything for you. They accept DEBIT, EPS and credit cards as well.