It’s confirmed. The Sagada Genuine Guides Assocation (SAGGAS) will be once again organizing the annual Sagada Bonfire on December 28, 2012. This has become some sort of tradition for the organization and a handful of Sagadaholics who make the pilgrimage to town just to mark this momentous event. Hundreds of people make their way to [...]
Cable Tours ( +639185216790) travels daily to Bontoc, Mountain Province. The bus leaves the main station of Cable Tours located inside the Trinity College campus at around 830 PM. The trip takes around 11-12 hours. The bus goes through the provinces of Bulacan, Nueva Ecija, Nueva Vizcaya and Ifugao and makes several stops for snacks and [...]
Holy week is fast approaching and it is the busiest season for Sagada. To help those planning their Sagada trips, here is the updated Standard Rate Guide as of March 2009.
Visit Sagada is your one-stop resource website for everything that has everything to do with Sagada, Philippines. Thank you for visiting us! Here’s the Sagada Super Post. Almost everything you know for planning your very own cost-efficient, organized and fun Do-It-Yourself Sagada getaway is here. If you don’t find it here, post a question on [...]
We at Visit Sagada believe that to truly enjoy your stay in Sagada, your trip should have a good balance between adventurous spontaneity and a rough idea of what to do formulated through research (in your case: reading this website ) During the early months of this site, most of the people were happy with [...]
Since a lot of our readers are requesting for a sample itinerary, I thought of sharing mine. This is quite a compacted itinerary since I have no liberty of spending a much longer time there due to my busy work schedule. Nonetheless, I find the itinerary just perfect (for me). Day 1 2230H: Departure from [...]
Scattered all over Cordillera are unique architectural masterpiece with its origin that can be traced back thousand years ago – the Rice Terraces. These are carefully hand carved mountainsides that seems giant steps forming stairways to the sky.
Another option for Manila based tourist bound to Sagada is to take the Manila-Banaue-Bontoc-Sagada route. The entire trip takes more or less twelve (12) hours. Manila to Banaue is a nine (9) hour bus ride that passes through Central Luzon provinces of Bulacan, Nueva Ecija and Nueva Vizcaya all the way to this town in [...]
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