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
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
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.
Located 275 kilometers north of Metro Manila, Philippines , Sagada is located in a valley near the central Cordillera between the mountains of main Cordillera Ranges and the Ilocos Range. It is just beside Bontoc, the provincial