I just wanna share the beauty of Batad Amazing view, amazing people.
National Geographic recently listed our dear ol country as one of the 10 destinations that deserve more travelers.
?Outside the Sulu archipelago?which is under a U.S. government travel warning?the Philippines remains no less safe for travelers than many other destinations worldwide, and the country?so economically reliant on tourist trade?needs visitors,? NatGeo says of the Philippines.
Apart from recommending our ice-white beaches, NatGeo also mentions visiting the two-thousand-year-old rice terraces in Banaue and Batad, ?UNESCO world Heritage sites each violently blindingly green.?
Isa sa mga tradisyon ng tribong Igohang sa Banaue, Ifugao ang kakaibang uri ng paghihimlay sa kanilang mga kaanak. Ibinabalot nila ang mga labi sa katutubong damit bago sila isinisilid sa kubo.
Idinaos sa Ifugao ang kanilang kauna-unahang Indigenous Sports Day. Panoorin ang mga millenial Ifugao na magtagisan upang maipanalo ang laro ng kanilang lahi!
The Department of Agriculture cited an Ifugao tradition as a cultural heritage during the 51st founding anniversary of the province held last Wednesday, June 14,.
Department of Agriculture (DA) Undersecretary Evelyn Laviña in her message, read by DA-Cordillera technical adviser Cameron Odsey, said the Gotad Ad of Ifugao is a tradition that is usually celebrated after harvest season of palay through singing, dancing, and drinking. Ifugaos are gathered together to value the centrality of the earth's produce.
The undersecretary was the invited opening day guest of honor but could not make ...
With participants gaining greater appreciation for their rich traditional and cultural sports heritage, the first Philippine Sports Commission Gender and Development Indigenous Games featuring ethnic Ifugao sports came to a successful close here on Saturday.
Close to 450 elementary and high school boys and girls displayed delight and enthusiasm in seeing action in Ifugao traditional games such as the "batawel" (rice-stalk relay race), "guyyudan" (tug-of-war), hinukting (shoulder wrestling) and "bangngugan"(leg wrestling) at the Provincial Capitol Plaza grounds.
"We are delighted by the r ...