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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Sagada is a town in the Cordillera Mountains, within the Philippines Mountain Province. For years, it's been a relatively quiet mountain town that has attracted mainly backpackers who want to enjoy the cool mountain breeze and outdoor activities. However, it's become more very popular in recent years.
The Mountain Province located in the Cordillera Administrative Region is, of course, known for its lush greenery, hanging coffins, cold high-altitude weather, and mountain ranges. But one of the most beloved gems in the province is the Bomod-ok Falls. The Bomok-od Falls can be found in the town of Sagada, nestled within the north of the Cordillera Mountains. It is a stunning 200-meter waterfall hidden amongst palay (rice) paddies and small towns. Tempting as it may, getting there isn't exactly what you would call a walk in the park.
Sagada is best known for its sea of clouds and cold climate. It also became more popular for soul-finding because of the movie "That Thing Called Tadhana", featuring the entire beauty of Sagada, Mountain Province - a place for hopeless romantic.
- Marlboro Hills
- Bomod-Ok Falls
- Bokong Falls
- Hanging Coffins, Echo Valley
- St. Mary's Cathedral
- Gaia Cafe & Crafts
- Banaue Rice Terraces View Point
- Town Proper
- 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."