Sagada is a small town in the mountain province of Luzon in the Philippines. Many visit for its cool and refreshing climate, beautiful caves and hanging coffins as well as the serene mountains. Take enough cash with you, when you visit it. The whole town only has one ATM, which is not always working. Although exchange rates are quite bad.
Mandatory Tour Guide Clarification: Contrary to what all the tour guides will tell and post to tourists. Tour guides are not legally required in Sagada. You will not be arrested, fined or in trouble with the police in any way, if you choose not to hire a g ...
Hello, hello, hello! Finally got to share the Sagada Day 2 Part II. After lunch and the falls, we went to Hanging Coffins, Sagada Pottery and St. Mary's. We even had time to take a break and ate desserts.
Being several kilometers above sea level was surreal!
Located in the municipality of Sagada in Mt. Province, the Hanging Coffins of Sagada is a traditional Igorot funerary practice of "hanging" coffins together with the remains of respected elders by the sides of the cliffs and mountains of Sagada.
This sacred practice was said to have started thousands of years ago and is still being practiced to this day. Just to give you a backgrounder about this sacred custom, not everyone is given the chance to undergo this funerary practice. It is reserved only for the respected elders of the community. As part of the tradition, these elders prepare for ...
Get lost in Sagada And Banaue.
1, Pongas Falls
2, Sagada Pottery
3, Hapao Rice Terraces
Hello, lovely! Last April, I went in Sagada, Mountain Province with my co-employees as our company's summer outing and team building. As we went up in Sagada, we've seen the beauty of the famous Banaue Rice Terraces. We also went in Baguio. Here are some of the montages. Hope y'all enjoy it.