Sagada, Mountain Province

Are you guys like hiking and trekking? or looking for some alternative vacation spot aside from Baguio?
Well, we have answer for that..  The Sagada Caves at Sagada, Mountain Province.

Caves with fascinating rocks formation, Underground river, Waterfall, The unusual burial practices by hanging and stacking coffins, and Tribal houses made of limestone and tin are what made Sagada's to be another famous tourist spot in Northern Luzon.

Sumaging Cave and Bokong Water fall is the two places that you shouldn't missed when visitting Sagada.

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How to get there?

Sagada is situated 275-km north of Manila near the provincial capital of Bontoc. It’s a long day bus ride starting from the Dangwa bus station in Baguio over the narrow mountain tracks traversing the Cordilleras. A way trip to Baguio from Manila is 5 to 6 hours. Sagada is a 6 to 7-hour drive from Baguio. This route offers a ride through Halsema Highway and a view of the Benguet countryside. Another way is to go via Banaue, which is 10 hours from Manila by land. This is a longer route but more preferred because it offers tourists a chance to see the breathtaking Banaue Rice Terraces