Kiltepan Viewpoint

Sagada, Mountain Province

Kiltepan Viewpoint, a spot famed for the amazing view of sunrise in Sagada. It is also known as Kiltepan Peak, being the highest point in the area bounded by villages of Kilong, Tetep-an and Antadao. Giving you a view of the Kiltepan Rice Terraces from below having standing on a ravine at 1640 meters above sea level, one can see how the sun rises slowly filling up the skies with an awesome play of ...

light over the farther mountains of the Cordilleras while sea of clouds slowly drifts away from caressing the valley below.

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  • Kiltepan View Sea Of Clouds And Sunrise Viewing In Sagada

    Kiltepan View Sea Of Clouds And Sunrise Viewing In Sagada

    Visiting Sagada will never be complete without watching the beautiful sunrise and sea of clouds in Kiltepan View. It's a popular tourist spot in Sagada wherein travelers will have a chance to experience the beautiful morning in the municipality. This place became famous because of the hit movie "That Thing Called Tadhana" starred by Angelica Panganiban and JM De Guzman. I visited this place twice (March 2017 and May 2018) and here?s our travel guide and experience of Kiltepan View in Sagada, Mountain Province.

  • Kiltepans Sea Of Clouds - Sagada Mountain Province

    Kiltepans Sea Of Clouds - Sagada Mountain Province

    Kiltepan Peak in Sagada, Mountain Province is a surreal place where heaven descends. The sea of clouds that covers its mountain range is a divine gift that projects a vision of paradise. Its vibrancy uplifts the spirit and replenishes the mortal body. A blissful view of heaven embracing the ground and the mountains in glorious elation is a sight to behold.

  • Sagada Budget Travel Guide (With Itinerary Expenses And Top Attractions)

    Sagada Budget Travel Guide (With Itinerary Expenses And Top Attractions)


    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.

  • Heaven On Earth In Sagada Mountain Province, Philippines

    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 ...

  • Waiting For The Sun To Rise At Kiltepan Sagada

    Waiting For The Sun To Rise At Kiltepan Sagada

    There are only two instances when you can look, or stare, directly at the sun (without hurting your eyes, that is): when it rises and when it sets. So we take our chance as much as we can. The sad thing is that, we wait for the sun to rise, but we don't always see her in her full glory. I know. I've had several experiences where I woke up real early at dawn in time to watch the day break, only for the sun to be her moody elusive self, and hide behind clouds. The upside? The knowledge that even if she does not show herself fully, SHE IS THERE.

  • Treasures Deep Within The Cordilleras

    Treasures Deep Within The Cordilleras

    I stumbled upon treasures beyond precious metals and gems. Deep within mountains of the Cordillera Administrative Region, I found treasures in the form of lush nature, vivid cultures, and rich heritage well-preserved by the different tribes were collectively known as Igorots, or people from the mountains.

    True to its name Cordillera, which means chain of mountains or mountain ranges, the Cordillera Administrative Region (CAR) is located on a mountainous area within the island of Luzon and is the only landlocked region in the country.

    It is composed of six provinces- Abra, Apayao, Benguet ...