I just wanna share the beauty of Batad Amazing view, amazing people.
National Geographic recently listed our dear ol country as one of the 10 destinations that deserve more travelers.
?Outside the Sulu archipelago?which is under a U.S. government travel warning?the Philippines remains no less safe for travelers than many other destinations worldwide, and the country?so economically reliant on tourist trade?needs visitors,? NatGeo says of the Philippines.
Apart from recommending our ice-white beaches, NatGeo also mentions visiting the two-thousand-year-old rice terraces in Banaue and Batad, ?UNESCO world Heritage sites each violently blindingly green.?
Banaue Rice Terraces Trip Vlog 2017.
Whenever one mentions Banaue, it is automatically associated with the rice terrace - the iconic image that perpetuates in everyone's mind because of the majestic landscape it offers. The sight is just too wondrous to miss within your lifetime that everyone should put a visit to Banaue Rice Terraces as part of their bucket list.
They say this stunning view, and considered as the "Eighth Wonder of the World," is viewed even better during the months between May and June, when the rice fields are at their greenest. But that would also depend on the very unpredictable weather of the Philippines. ...
Residents of Banaue town here are hoping to set a record for having the longest line of participants simultaneously pounding rice grains to remove the husk in tomorrow's opening of Imbayah Festival.
The activity, dubbed Mumbayu, is expected to lure local and foreign tourists.
The festival, which started in 1979, is held every three years.
Officials said this year would mark the beginning of the feast's annual celebration.
Mayor Jerry Dalipog said Imbayah would be celebrated every fourth week of April to give tourists a time to plan their visits to Banaue and participate in the even ...
Can paint bring back the glory of the Ifugao rice terraces?
In a bid to enhance the innate charm of the ancient rice terraces in Ifugao, Department of Tourism (DOT)-Cordillera Regional Director Venus Tan has embarked on yet another painting project.
The idea to paint the rooftops of homes in the view of terraces aims to blend with the colors of the mountains seen to start next week as DOT's top brass, Davies Paints and stakeholders will be present to grace initial ceremonial painting of homes along the Batad and Bocos villages.
Tan said painting will kick off on the 17th to coincide ...