Sagada Mountain Province Travel Guide

Sagada is one of the coldest area in the Philippines, next to Mt. Pulag. It’s one of the highest peaks of the Philippines and has been a tourist getaway all year round. Sagada also has several spots that attracts tourists and locals alike, and urges them to visit again and again. Continue Reading

Sagada Eco Trail – Bokong Falls + Underground River + Hanging Coffins

You mustn’t miss the Eco-Trail in Sagada. Most people just visit the Eco-Valley to see the hanging coffins. If you dare for more adventure and interaction with nature, you should do the Eco-Trail. For a guide fee of Php 150, you’ll be able to visit Bokong Falls, Underground River, and Continue Reading

Sagada Cave Connection: Lumiang Burial Cave – Sumaguing Cave

One of the most visited tourist attraction and activity in Sagada is the Cave Connection. The great caves are connected within. Lumiang Burial Cave and Sumaguing Cave is like a work of art hidden underground. Various of rock formations that depicts humans and things alike can be found here. You Continue Reading

The Enchanting Bomod-Ok Falls

Bomod-ok Falls is one of the most amazing waterfalls I’ve visited. The trek and the view itself you’ll walk through before reaching the waterfall will make your heart pounding with excitement. Bomod-ok falls is a 2 KM trek from the main highway. The 2 KM trek is composed of a Continue Reading

Vincent’s Coffee Shop and Grill + Persimmon Cafe

It was hours before New Year’s eve and we were looking for a place to eat at Sagada Town Proper. Most of the restaurants were already closed. After 30 minutes of looking for a place to eat, we found this small restaurant still open. We don’t have too much of Continue Reading

Homestay Inn and Restaurant

Homestay Inn and Restaurant is a One Stop residence in Sagada. Homestay is of the most reccommended Inns in Sagada. Not only it is located in the heart of Sagada proper, but they also have a place to stay, to eat, a good view, and a souvenir shop. Everything you are Continue Reading