Bomod-ok Falls are located in Sagada, Mountain Province. Bomod-ok Falls is said to be one of Sagada's most visited tourist attractions for both locals and visitors alike as one can simply enjoy its marvelous charm. The word Bomod-ok simply means "Big" thus the name came from The Big Falls.
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- Marlboro Hills
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- Bokong Falls
- Hanging Coffins, Echo Valley
- St. Mary's Cathedral
- Gaia Cafe & Crafts
- Banaue Rice Terraces View Point
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- Tam-An Village
- Hapao Rice Terraces
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Roughly twelve hours of bus ride from Manila, that's how far Sagada is. But is it worth a long journey? Read the blog and find out.
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Sagada is known for its "hanging coffins" - the traditional way of burying people which according to their traditions only the married and who have grandchildren may be buried this way. Also, its sunrise viewing which was featured in the movie "That Thing Called Tadhana."
Sagada is a small town in the Mountain Province, Philippines. It is famous for its beautiful caves, hanging coffins, as well as the serene mountains. It is located 275 km. north of Manila, 140 km. from Baguio, and it is adjacent to Bontoc, the provincial capital. Sagada is famous for its "hanging coffins".
This was a traditional way of burying people that is not utilized anymore. Not anyone was qualified to be buried this way; one had to, among other things, be married and have grandchildren. Popular activities include trekking, exploring both caves and waterfalls, spelunking, bonfires, pic ...
Of course, I havent been to Machu Picchu yet. But it definitely was the thought in my mind when Peja and I went up a little bit higher from the viewpoint to get a better birds eye view of the Batad Rice Terraces. Along with our 68-year-old guide, we traverse the rice terraces to start off our 2018.
When my dear friends Tom and Kai told me they wanted to spend their honeymoon in the Philippines, the first places that came to mind were El Nido and Boracay. A place where newlyweds could bury their toes in the sand and sip cocktails all day sounded like the right place to go. But when Tom told me they were looking for adventure over Sex on the Beach (pun intended), I knew exactly where to take them instead Sagada.