Sagada Archive

La Trinidad, Benguet: Three Aspects of Organic Agriculture

Amid all the technologies and exciting developments happening around us, we come to a point when we just want to run away from all of them and go back to the most basic of things.

Going Back to Sagada After 4 Years

The last time I went to Sagada was in 2009. Four years later, I will be back. This time, with my wife and upon the invitation of the Department of Agriculture to mainly visit some organic farms

Lakbay Bayan: A Local Tourism Exhibit with Ang Pamabansang T-Shirt

A local tourism exhibit called Lakbay Bayan was launched earlier at SM Mall of Asia with “Ang Pamabansang T-Shirt” by Team Manila. The exhibition of photos and tourism-themed shirts can be found at the first floor of

Iloilo Bound – My First Solo Domestic Trip

This Saturday, April 10, would be my first solo domestic trip – and I’m going to Iloilo; for the first time as well. Ironically, this is not my first trip alone. My first solo trip was to

Anne Curtis on Traveling Across Europe & The Philippines

Anne Curtis is the latest endorser of Greenwich’s Lasagna Supreme. In a recent press conference, Sago got the chance to ask Anne Curtis about her recent vacation across Europe and some of her personal favorite Philippine travel

Hanging Coffins -Sagada Series 4

If there is one thing, Sagada is most famous for, this would be it – the Ifugao’s Hanging Coffins in Mt. Province. These coffins were ‘hanged’ as part of some minority groups’ ancient cultural customs of burying

Sunrise at Kiltepan Viewpoint – Sagada Series 3

After the trek at Banga-an Rice Terraces and Bomod-ok Falls on day 1, our day 2 started early with a sunrise at the Kiltepan Viewpoint.

Sagada Series 2: Reaching Bomod-ok ‘Big’ Falls

After the 1.5 hrs of downhill trek along the Banga-an Rice Terraces and passing through the villages of Modongo, Banga-an, and Fidelisan, we were able to reach the Bomod-ok Falls. Others call it the ‘Big Falls‘ due