Sagada Pottery

Sagada, Mountain Province

Sagada Pottery is located in Sagada, Mountain Province.

Sagada Pottery News

  • Road Trip Coffins Caves And Coffee Sagada

    Road Trip Coffins Caves And Coffee Sagada

    We started 2017 with one big adventure, a trip that was in my head for years. I grew up in a family that was not inclined to take the road less traveled when it comes to trips and it was only after I got married that I started exploring the off beaten paths.

    Cue in my kids who brought me back to the usual tourist itineraries, "easy" destinations for families with kids and hotels that offer amenities that make your visit more comfortable and convenient. Then I realized that I was bored and wanted to see more than the usual tourist traps.

    I don't know why it took me so long to realize that ...

  • Get Lost In Sagada And Banaue

    Get lost in Sagada And Banaue.

    1, Pongas Falls
    2, Sagada Pottery
    3, Hapao Rice Terraces

  • Mount Province Sagada Pottery

    Mount Province Sagada Pottery

    Located in the town of Sagada in Mt. Province, Sagada Pottery is one of the destinations to visit if you are looking forward to experience the traditional pottery industry of the Sagada.

    Famously known as Sagada Pottery, it is actually a workshop and a gallery of the great pottery artisans of Sagada. First time visitors would be shocked to find out that the workshop/ gallery is housed in a small almost run-down house few meters away from Sagada-Besao Road.

    However, this is probably where the saying "Don't judge a book by its cover." is highly applicable. Why? Because after you get turned ...

  • Sagada Series Bomod-ok Falls Sagada Pottery And Weaving Lake Danum

    Sagada Series Bomod-ok Falls Sagada Pottery And Weaving Lake Danum

    The second day of our Sagada trip was the most action-packed and exhausting. We drove and walked from end to end armed with lots of water, snacks, and tibay ng loob. Lol. We rose up early and headed to Bomod-ok Falls. We drove for about an hour and even got delayed along the way because of a minor landslide the night before.

    Our tour guide gave us trek poles and briefed us before we started. She said that it was only a short trek (approximately 2 kilometers downhill and into the waterfalls and two kilometers back. Whatevs! We should have warmed up because that was already taxing for us. Lol ...