Bokong Falls is located in Sagada, Mountain Province. It is one of Sagada's known cascades within a cultivated area bordered with rice terraces, stands of pine trees and it has a small waterfall with two surges of water. What it lacks in height, which drops to just around 20 feet, it makes up for its deep natural pool good for swimming.
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Ever since this popular movie came out in the cinema (That Thing Called Tadhana), people started to embark on a sudden road trip to Sagada. I, myself, also wanted to witness this hidden gem of the north that's why last May 2016 we've had our vacation there. For this trip, we availed a tour package from Travel Galore Tours and Services for just P2999.00 only (good for 2 pax)! It comes with accommodation & complete tours already.
But if you're a fan of D-I-Y trips, here's a quick guide to Sagada Pro ...
It was a few minutes after 7am that I got to St. Joseph after hiking back from Kiltepan. I had breakfast at the restaurant where they also served free coffee.
I changed back to my running shorts. If you're a first time spelunker, it would really help to wear loose or stretchable shorts. You never know how much leg stretching could be involved.
At 8:30am, I went to the Tourist Information Center to meet my guide for the day – Kuya Larry. I was going to first have the Cave Connection (long caving – P800), then we would have the Sagada Central Eco-Tour (P600) and Kuya Larry talked me in ...
Sagada has been known by many Filipinos because of the successful movie "That thing called Tadhana" which made this a top place to go for people trying to move on. But there are also many people who goes here because it already has become a famous destination.
Sagada is a small town, a fifth class municipality located at the northern part of Luzon. Since it's in a high altitude the temperature is so cold and it is in its coldest during night time onwards (madaling araw brrrr! so cold!)
How to go to Sagada?
Coming from Manila
1. Ride a bus going to baguio – 5-6 hours estimated tra ...
In this time of my well deserved R&R, I decided to travel to Manila with an original itinerary of having a Manila-Vigan-Banaue-Sagada-Baguio-Manila trip. A friend however encouraged me to drop Vigan since this Ilocandia trip deserves a whole 3-day trip (at least) on its own. I took advantage of a seat sale of Cebu Pacific from Davao on my way to Manila and my Get Go points. The trip cost me more than 7K points which I exchanged to my Manila-Davao trip.
Upon arrival in Manila, we started our trip to Banaue by riding a Ohayami bus in Espana, Manila. The trip lasted for 10 hours (more or less) ...
43 days in…
Now that the leak from our rusting tin roof has dried and my taste buds are still savoring the flavor of the two best mangoes ever grown, things feel distinctly relaxed. But the Philippines has not always been so easy.
I'll reserve judgement on Manila as we will be going back there at the end of our trip with Mike competing in the run rio half marathon. So we shall pick up in Lucap, gateway to hundred islands national park. Christian took us out in our own chartered boat, though as much time was devoted to getting it started, restarted and refueled as to getting us to the i ...
What to do in Sagada
Upon your arrival in Sagada, you must register at Sagada Tourist Center. You will need to fill up details like your name, place where you will stay, your contact number. It is also where you will register for any tour you will take. You will have to pay 35 pesos as environment fee. The receipt they will give must be kept at all times as each activity will require you to present it except for the sunrise at Kiltepan Peak and Lake Danum sunset.
You can choose your adventure in Sagada. You can explore the caves, waterfalls and the mountains located in the vicinity of Sa ...