Bomod-ok Falls

Sagada, Mountain Province

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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    Trip Summary
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    • Places visited: Banaue, Sagada, Manila (transit), Baguio (on return trip)
    • How much did it cost me? MYR 490

    At A Glance

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  • Bomod-ok Falls Sagada

    Bomod-ok Falls measures 200 meters in height hence it is called the Big Falls. Bomod-ok Falls is located in the northern part Sagada, a good twenty-minute ride from the town center. This imposing falls is flanked by greenery on either side and on its feet are varying sizes of smooth and jagged rocks.

    The hike to Bomod-ok Falls from the information center usually takes the guides thirty minutes to complete, but for out of shape tourists who like to admire the view and take photos of every nook and cranny of the path (supposedly 400 steps of concrete path, which I am sure I misheard), the one ...

  • Travel Guide To Sagada Philippines

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  • Sagada Trek To Bomod Ok Falls

    Travelling to Bomod-Ok Falls also known as the Mother Falls is one of the best thing to visit in Sagada, Philippines.

    Usually it is scheduled on our itinerary on the 2nd day, It is about 2:30 hours trek from Banga-an Sagada to Bomod-Ok falls and back, make it 3 hours including the traffic during peak season.

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