Ifugao ProvincePhilippines

Mountains and Rice Terraces

Visit to Legawe, Lamut, Legawe, Hingyun, Kiangan, Banaue and the Rice Terraces

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 Entrance Arch to Ifugao Province. Start of the Ifugao Province border at Mountain Province.
Hey! Face to us I cannot see your face. We are still in the Mountainside Road.
We will be on that road in a moment. Canna Lily.

Do not be afraid if you want to drive here

 be happy until you take the 3 weeks 

just don't look down. Tommy you will never 

to come here and drive these Mountains.

They are mining Gold here they used 

water pressure and digging the soil.

Mountain almost fall because of mining here. Whole Family eating Lunch besides the Water Falls..
Work crew Having Lunch in the Mountain spring... Inviting us to have Lunch with them. Beautiful Wild Mountain Flowers we from our June trip

Wild 4 O'clock and Orchid Lily growing

the mountains near north of the Banaue Rice Terraces.

Wild flowers growing the mountains near

north of the Banaue Rice Terraces

Loida points out the big Fern and an Ifugao Lady is drying

her harvested rice in the road as we are entering Banaue.

The famous and 8th wonder of the world Rice Terraces,

Banaue Ifugao. I Love it here, I don't want to go.

Overlooking the Rice Terraces. Wanna know where we are? Sari-sari store has an address below the name at Hingyon, Ifugao Province.
Kilometer marker Lagawe next Municipality 8 Km. more. Bridge leaving Hingyon.
OH! They make it more beautiful. Distance sign 25 Km. more to Lamut.
Municipalities we go through on the way to Banaue Distance sign.
Entering Barangay Baguinge, Kiangan Ifugao Province. Beautiful Water Falls along the National Highway.

Mountain Biker hard to climb... But Phil was having a great

  our Nissan but after about 20 Kilometers we lost him in

time running with the Blue Toyota also with a 1300CC like

the bad roads and big trucks in the mountains.

Goat on the Top of the Gravel (maybe helping to make

concrete.) What he is doing? Oh!..  cleaning the drainage.

 National Highway in the Municipality of Hingyon, Ifugao. Bridge leaving Hingyon to Lagawe.
Sari-sari store next to school in Kiangan. Bolog Elementary School, Kiangan Ifugao.

Oh!... such a beautiful road, Trees on both sides of the

come here and drive because it is like Grand Prix Racing... 

around  the 'S' turns continuous curves that go up and

National Highway and long curvy roads that Phil loves to

Our car is always running wide open and leaning hard 

down... No law enforcement on the roads in the Philippines

Ladies waiting for Jeepney to come by. It goes through here just beautiful road.
No straight roads... but with a beautiful Mountain. Cana Lily between Legawe, Ifugao to Lamut, Ifugao
Stop Philippine National Police... Sure!!!! Ifugao State College Agriculture and Forestry in Legawe.

Bridge from Legawe, Ifugao to Lamut, Ifugao

St. Francis Cathedral in Lamut, Ifugao.

Leaving Ifugao Province, 

Entering Nueva Vizcaya Province

Below Photos are from our


trip November 25 2006

Banaue Rice Terraces. Gravel road after downtown Banaue all the way through to Bontoc, Mountain Province.
River rock from a Mountain. Two boys from school below.
Student just came from school. Silver and Gold mine 1/5 of a way in is the boundary about 14K.
Sumigar bridge, people don't know how to put the right elevation on it. Mountainside road from high above looking down going to Mountain Province.

Tommy until you have driven these roads,

what driving fun is, this is the greatest thrill,

straight down on the other with no guard  rails,  and loose 

 boulders, landslides or the road itself has just fell

about 250 kilometers of them, you don't know

rock walls on one side and 2 or 3 thousand feet

gravel to drive on. You don't know where the trucks, large

down the mountain, the curves are sharp and often.

This is the Silver and Gold mines of people trying to find their treasure, but makes the road rather hazardous. Shot from the mining sites about 12 KM away, that's the road we just came around, it's dangerous but it is a lot fun.

These little Sari-sari's are run by the families of the miners 

at the boundary between Ifugao and Mountain Province.

Welcome to Mountain Province from the Top of the Ifugao

 Province boundary of the two Provinces.

It is fun driving here, Rough road started in Banaue all the

 way through the whole Mountain Province, about 98 KM 

But it is enjoyable, you will drive in the mountainside

road,  just don't look down it will make you dizzy because

it is about 5,000 feet straight deep down.

Still Gravel road after the Ifugao boundary.

About 98KM of rough rocky road with landslides





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winny dulnuan | kryzwin@yahoo.com | kiangan ifugao
Monday, March 11, 2013 at 11:57:03 PM PST

Monday, March 11, 2013 at 06:13:19 AM PST

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ziwije | bwfyuz@xmdoyo.com | tzSSDcMyqWwgHIOipjp
Thursday, January 17, 2013 at 02:10:20 AM PST

That's an ingenious way of thinnkig about it.
Patel | info@directestates.com | MNKTnaWXkrQqQR
Wednesday, January 16, 2013 at 06:44:38 PM PST

I Love to live in Ifugao. Its my wish to live there in Ifugao. I Love Philippines.
Syed Akbar Hussain Jafri | akbarjafri49@yahoo.com | 10106-100 St. High Level, AB, T0H 1Z0
Monday, December 31, 2012 at 03:17:38 AM PST

I Love to live in Ifugao. Its my wish to live there in Ifugao. I Love Philippines.
Syed Akbar Hussain Jafri | akbarjafri49@yahoo.com | 10106-100 St. High Level, AB, T0H 1Z0
Monday, December 31, 2012 at 03:17:23 AM PST

The pictures are beautiful . but I didnt find the picture whichi am looking for. its the Picture of PATIW. may I request the admin of this page to please post pictures of Patiw with caption based on facts, Thank you. JNSS
Jhey Enn | sjuccanoreen@yahoo.com | Baguio City Philippines
Friday, August 31, 2012 at 10:11:29 PM PST

How i wish,i could go there in Ifugao especially in Kiangan,I just promised to my GF to visit in her hometown When i get there in Philippines, I love the place so much although it was only a photos but still someday im hoping to see the beautiful places along the way to Kiangan, Ifugao.I loved very much,the relaxing view of ifugao.
angelito | mangelitohernandez@yahoo.com | Las pinas city,metro manila, philippines
Wednesday, April 11, 2012 at 07:02:43 AM PST

john smith | john_smith@yahoo.com | los angeles U.S
Sunday, February 26, 2012 at 10:37:29 PM PST

Good Day,I'd just like to inquire if the Distance from BAGUIO going to IFUGAO is like the Distance coming from Manila going to Baguio?
MR.JOHANN | johann_lucas2008@fastmail.fm | 90746
Thursday, February 16, 2012 at 09:24:20 PM PST

im very appreciate the beauty of ifugao,like banaue,my mothers hometown.
jay r | jmanlapaz@12.yahoo.com | quezon city
Sunday, February 12, 2012 at 05:58:53 AM PST

leiuh hgong mo | markpoest@yahoo.com | phil.
Friday, January 06, 2012 at 06:49:41 PM PST

leiuh hgong mo | markpoest@yahoo.com | phil.
Friday, January 06, 2012 at 06:47:51 PM PST

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kelvin alvin | easyfunding@w.cn | new york CA
Sunday, December 04, 2011 at 03:19:40 AM PST

jhovy naliwan | ysjhovieam@yahoo.com | banaue, ifugao & sabangan mt. province
Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 05:21:36 AM PST

Wow, it's good to see this on internet. I'm proud of our province. And i believe so much in you. I pray for more blessings and success and unending guidance from above.
Arsenia Takinan | xen2007sean@yahoo.com.ph | Ifugao
Monday, October 10, 2011 at 06:33:05 AM PST

Wow, it's good to see this on internet. I'm proud of our province. And i believe so much in you. I pray for more blessings and success and unending guidance from above.
Arsenia Takinan | xen2007sean@yahoo.com.ph | Ifugao
Monday, October 10, 2011 at 06:30:43 AM PST

i ♥ Kiangan Ifigao!
Maria Kristina Aguana | mhar_aguana@yahoo.com | Baguio City
Tuesday, September 06, 2011 at 06:48:17 PM PST

Hi all, please help me find a dear friend and classmate. Desperately looking for Ms. Florence Kitong or any of her family member. Last residence was in Kiangan (Poblacion) Oh, last contact was some 34 years ago. I know it has been a long time but still hope someone out there might still know them. Appreciate this website very much. God bless.
Sylvia Bibat Bucton | Bibes@msn.com | Bakersfield, California USA
Sunday, August 28, 2011 at 12:04:31 AM PST

i love kiangan........ even ifugao.......good in motor crossing.......
karyll brent malingan | karyll_brent@yahoo.com | baguio city
Monday, August 22, 2011 at 08:56:03 PM PST

I wanna see the products Ifugao Province have. :) I really wanna know their works and what they're proud of.
Claire | Davao
Monday, August 22, 2011 at 03:38:48 AM PST

i am very proud to be an ifugao,ill never ashame that im part of the ifugao families;i really thankz to my parents for giving me a chance to see the beauty of my place and ofcourse to our almithy for giving m this life to enjoy.i love ifugao....WALA KANG KATULAD......
mhaya dumar | mhira.dumar@yahoo.com | batad,banaue,ifugao
Wednesday, August 10, 2011 at 08:15:52 PM PST

I have been to Baguio several times, but I should have continued my journey up to the Ifugao Province. Your pictures are so inviting, captivating. Thank you so much for sharing them with us. I was looking for a friend from way back when I was in high school, her name is Elizabeth Butic (a nurse who went to the States) and as I was browsing thru the internet I ended up looking at your wonderful pictures and the breathtaking views. Keep up the good work and God bless. I would surely show your pictures to my husband who is a Japanese. I know he will also admire the pictures. Til then. Thank you.
Ireene Reyes | howgreatthouart@softbank.ne.jp | Gunma Pref. Japan
Monday, July 11, 2011 at 02:10:58 AM PST

maphod di nihituan ta gayam heheheehehe
john | hingyon
Tuesday, July 05, 2011 at 11:21:22 PM PST

Just read Blackburn's Headhunters by Philip Harkins. Mentioned the Ifugao area as used by US & Filipino guerrillas in World War II. Pictures gave me a better idea of the terrain these heroes, Filipinos & US had to move thru & live in.
a owen | usa
Friday, April 22, 2011 at 06:23:29 PM PST

it is wonderful
hvhjl | diyd | baguio city
Monday, April 18, 2011 at 02:50:21 AM PST

Ifugao has always been my comfort zone...A great place for a vacation getaway! See you this year!
Rona Nares | Philippines
Monday, April 11, 2011 at 11:59:05 PM PST

One of my favorite places is Mayoyao, Ifugao. With the rice terraces on one side and the mountain on the other side, it really felt like you're heaven! It is so beautiful! Easily the most beautiful place in the CORDILLERAS.
vicky roberto | bnb_vicky@yahoo.com | las pinas
Sunday, April 10, 2011 at 11:52:23 PM PST

It's so nice to go to a wonderful place like Ifugao, particularly Aguinaldo, my place of assignment in my community Women for Christ. It's so great the work of the ONE up above, and a nice place to live, no pollution! Really fresh air! I love my sisters at Aguinaldo. Mabuhay Ifugao!
Angelita Arias | angelita.arias49@gmail.com | Kamuning, Quezon City
Wednesday, March 09, 2011 at 10:25:45 PM PST

I really really miss her!!! lamut, ifugao is a place that i want to visit as soon as possible...when the day comes thank God! I will consider that as my greatest achievements...
Cyrob | samson_robnison12@yahoo.com | pangasinan
Monday, March 07, 2011 at 12:30:42 AM PST

I also want to visit that can of place...because my gf cynie was there and I want to visit her...
Robinson | samson_robinson12@yahoo.com | Pangasinan
Monday, March 07, 2011 at 12:25:25 AM PST

halla! Ifugao really is worth missing for!
shella mae aluwac | malaybalay city, bukidnon
Wednesday, March 02, 2011 at 01:15:43 AM PST

Merci d'avoir un blog interessant
rachat de credit | danielambert@gmx.fr | http://www.rachatdecredit.net
Saturday, February 19, 2011 at 08:56:03 PM PST

i thank God and my parents for giving me the oppurtunity to see the beauty of nature..I was born and raised in this town Banaue,wherever i am i keep on missing this place all the time.There's really no place like home..Thanks for the great pictures of Banaue.I am proudly Banaueins!
May-Ann Ognayon | mcuting@yahoo.com | Banaue Ifugao
Wednesday, February 16, 2011 at 06:03:27 PM PST

I a Filipina a divorcee and my foreigner fiancee, a widower would like a tribal marriage in Ifugao before we have our church or civil wedding We'd like to keep it simple How do we go about the preparations Any contacts? We only have a little time to spare Thank u for any help
Dauphine Go | godauphine@yahoo.com | BALIUAG,BALIUAG,BULACAN
Wednesday, February 02, 2011 at 09:48:41 PM PST

japa | 41 19A 68 st woodslde nyork zp 11377 | NY
Friday, January 14, 2011 at 08:28:13 PM PST

On a clear day you can see all the way across it.
Polen WinLove | polenwinlove@yahoo.com | Cebu, Philippines / Kingan Ifugao
Sunday, December 05, 2010 at 08:42:27 AM PST

Oh my gusssh....very nice place i like to stay longer here...days...weeks..months..maybe a years...how? pwedi kaya....hehehe
Wally Cotter | wally_cotter@yahoo.com | Cebu Philippines
Sunday, December 05, 2010 at 08:29:58 AM PST

Ifugao is majestic and mistifying!!! Come one come all. Hope to see the pictures updated. Saint Francis of Assisi was renovated already. Should also include schools like Lamut Central school, Lagawe Central school, ISCAF which is university now- can be seen along the way.
lorena gotic | locksley_13@yahoo.com | Lamut, Ifugao
Sunday, December 05, 2010 at 03:12:30 AM PST

Hi there! My father is from Kiangan, Ifugao. i am planning to go there, and i wish you could help me get directions? I want to know my father's family, yet i odn't knwo who they are. All I know is that they are from Kiangan, Ifugao. Please help me.
Kuselah Mae Tayaban | eyzhelle_37@yahoo.com | Engineers Hill, Baguio City, Philippines
Sunday, November 14, 2010 at 07:51:22 PM PST

i love ifugao-- its my town proper- i'm proud to be-
roderick | rod_erick_17@yahoo.com | ifugao
Monday, October 25, 2010 at 11:05:33 PM PST

KUTAY SEVINC | kutay_jp2005@hotmail.com | ISTANBUL - TURKEY
Saturday, October 16, 2010 at 12:10:02 PM PST

Ifugao really is a very cool and nice place to live so why should go to the city?,you can live in our hometown.Haggiyo Ifugao
esterlyn gan-na | ifugaotarsier@yahoo.com | hucab,kiangan ifugao
Monday, October 11, 2010 at 03:03:09 AM PST

The labels are misleading, please make necessary editions.
wilson | wilsondom_24@yahoo.com | kiangan,ifugao
Sunday, October 03, 2010 at 10:09:30 PM PST

Great photos. They were beautiful and informative to everyone. I plan to retire to a place in Ifugao, possibly Lagawe or Kiangan. So I need more info. Dear friends in Ifugao, email me with good info. Do not say to browse the website because I have done that alraday. I need some real info. Take care.
Charlie | ocanadian@gmail.com | Vancover, Canada
Sunday, September 26, 2010 at 08:57:01 AM PST

Just recently visited Banaue and drove to Baguio via Bontoc and the roads were almost 100% paved. Beautiful driving experience.
Lee Ordonez | Honolulu Hawaii
Thursday, September 23, 2010 at 11:48:24 PM PST

nice view,,,hingyon is really beautiful;
valeryn | val_neth@yahoo.com | hingyon
Monday, September 20, 2010 at 06:34:54 AM PST

I'm w/every 1 hu appreciate this site. 4 dos of us hu r nt previlage 2 go hm vry often feel we were home @ d moment while viewng dis site. I 2 recommend more photos from other parts of Ifugao. I'm from Talite Aguinaldo between Alfonso Lista n Mayoyao. Lord willing I hope 2 b home in 2011 4 a visit. God bless all Ifugaoans all over the earth.
Rosa (Baguan) Massie | rosa.massie@yahoo.com | Fullerton, Ca USA
Friday, September 03, 2010 at 10:07:29 PM PST

pls,inform me about How to go to Lagawe from Manila? Is Autobus go there? Where is bus station in Manila? from Lagawe to Kiangan, How to go? pls, inform me. thanks.
Jongwon"David" Jeon | kinski1@hanmail.net | Q.C
Wednesday, September 01, 2010 at 11:35:53 AM PST

Miss. Tayaban ! pls, wait for awhile. I forwarded your messages to my secretary. she is also family name is 'Tayaban" and were born near Hungduan. I think she is your relative. She'll txt you soon. I'm here in South Korea with my wife, but I sent her your messages all thru celphone.now.
Jongwon "David" Jeon | kinski1@hanamil.net | Q.C ,M/M
Tuesday, August 24, 2010 at 05:06:39 AM PST

Ifugao...I think I'm the 1st foreigner son-in-law of Ifugao province. I married with my wife who come from Ifugao, last year 2002.my parents-in-law are living in Tinoc municipal. it's going to Wang wang and Kiangan way. it's really rocky road from Lilit, Buguias Benguet province..from Baguio City to my parents-in-law house,it takes 10 to 11hours by 4*4 ordinary bus. if not 4*4 of jeepney or any car, it can't run the rocky road. from Manila,if we visit there, we spend almost 1day on the road. my hips were pain at the bus. round trip. 2days we spent on the road. but, we are happy to visit my parents-in-law and many brother-in-laws and other families.they made us to relax and enjoy the happiness with relatives.those some pictures,I remember that places,I passed that mountain road when we went to Banaue from Bontoc. I love ifugao, I love Ifugao people who as we know hard-worker.
Jongwon "David" Jeon | kinski1@hanamil.net | Q.C ,M/M
Tuesday, August 24, 2010 at 04:20:19 AM PST

MY father is from Ifugao, said to be from HUnduan and Kiangan.His name is Antonio tayaban. He died when I was small. He was once a soldier. and as such he settled somewhere else and got his summon from God there. didnt know him much except he visits once in a while and buys me my favorite marshmallow coated with chocolate wrapped in golden foil. Cant find that kind now. I would like to trace my roots if you could help me. Our relatives are the Atioen and Bulayungans. Its never to late to get acquainted and get to know my father's folk eh?.. I did have chance to tour scenic Banaue to Mayoyao to Asipulo as a program evaluator and during a lakbay aral. but dont know the relatives, where they are located. would appreciate anyone to help me in my tracing of ancestors..
tita tayaban-sabado | atsabado@yahoo.com | Baguio city
Thursday, August 19, 2010 at 06:50:56 PM PST

Thursday, July 29, 2010 at 03:10:56 AM PST

caloy | cardsky@yahoo.com | manila
Friday, July 23, 2010 at 03:41:31 AM PST

nice to see my heritage in the web site. proud ifugao all the way
Danny | dannybulahao@yahoo.com | oregon usa
Sunday, July 11, 2010 at 09:20:07 PM PST

One time on my way to Banaue, I couldn't keep myself from WOW-wing upon seeing those lines of golden-looking palay being dried on many rooftops of houses along Hingyon. And yes, the sari-sari store along the road is of the Gotias' family. Hello to my one of my batch, James Gotia.
Joel | jbucawe@yahoo.com | Baguinge, Kiangan, Ifugao
Friday, July 09, 2010 at 09:52:38 AM PST

here i am again to check some new posts, but it seems nothing is added to the nice pics that would describe more the beauty and grandeur of our province.
Puxx | jbucawe@yahoo.com | I-F-U-G-A-O County
Friday, July 09, 2010 at 08:58:12 AM PST

>.yow I'm proud to be an ifugao, live long lagaweans
grace | allagamelodygrace@yahoo.com. | lagawe ifugao
Wednesday, July 07, 2010 at 02:01:24 AM PST

dan pilmi mun pa pansin a lem lem...kasanu ngay nan ipa iphod mu an langtay ad ibulao...ten nakapaki m mahan taya...panga asim t ipa iphod mu
den | kiss_buls95@yahoo.com | lagawe
Thursday, July 01, 2010 at 02:25:22 AM PST

Sharon Bugatti | mhaldita_sharon29@yahoo.com | B7 LOT26 Almar Subd. Camarin Caloocan City
Sunday, June 20, 2010 at 04:11:57 AM PST

it's wonderful to see our homeland.i love it
wilda dulawan balila | wd.balila@yahoo.com | sharjah united arab emirates
Thursday, June 17, 2010 at 07:25:49 AM PST

Wednesday, May 12, 2010 at 07:48:02 AM PST

i love ifugao so much my bf is from from the fontanilla clan in lamut ifugao.. i been there four times n i miss d place so much..especially banawe rice terraces.. i cnt wait 2 come back soon...
Des Sacla | dhezai_01@yahoo.com | Toronto Ontario Canada
Sunday, May 09, 2010 at 01:05:03 AM PST

Hey guys! its me again,been browsing on your website hoping to see newLy upLoaded pictures kaya lang wala pa bago,sana next time meron na.Maphod an algo ta-un namin an bimmobLe..HAGGIYO!!! God bLESS!
BeLen Manoddom | blue-11.bell@yahoo.com | Alice center,Block B,Mansourieh,beirut,Lebanon
Friday, April 23, 2010 at 07:48:34 AM PST

I am proud to be an Ifugao. Thank God for granting the rich resources to Ifugao.
Vilma Rose t. Numbanal | favored2@yahoo.com | ibalodan amganad Banaue Ifugao
Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 09:11:30 PM PST

I am proud to be an Ifugao. Thank God for granting the rich resources to Ifugao.
Vilma Rose t. Numbanal | favored2@yahoo.com | ibalodan amganad Banaue Ifugao
Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 09:10:48 PM PST

I am proud to be an Ifugao. Thank God for granting the rich resources to Ifugao.
Vilma Rose t. Numbanal | favored2@yahoo.com | ibalodan amganad Banaue Ifugao
Thursday, April 22, 2010 at 09:10:00 PM PST

SOCORRO McLAUGHLIN | socmcrn2@yahoo.com | NEWHALL, CA USA
Thursday, April 15, 2010 at 06:41:44 AM PST

please help us in preserving the rice terraces..some parts of it were destroy due to natural calamities....hope u can help us to beautify it more...
van | kiss_buls95@yahoo.com | ifugao
Monday, April 12, 2010 at 10:36:51 PM PST

Wow!!! it is nice to looked at those pictures... rememberin my childhood years... i've been into Lagawe way back 1995... the bridge between Hingyon & Lagawe, still beautiful as it is...( beside that bridge is the PRMM office, dun nagwowork kuya ko & his wife.. ).. I've been to Kiangan & Banaue also... the president on that time is Mr. Fidel Ramos, he visited the Kiangan Shrine. Then Banaue, the perfect word to describe that place is "Heaven"... I feel like I'm on top of the world! Wow, very unforgettable place... And I am planning to visit my kuya & his kids soon... God bless Ifugao & the entire Philippines!
Mylene Ballesteros | mlb7213@yahoo.com | Tanauan City, Batangas
Friday, April 09, 2010 at 06:34:14 AM PST

wow!!! mas maganda na ang daan ngayon kasi sementado na.taga BAYYO BONTOC kami.dis coming may magmomotor lang kami from manila to bontoc.kapamilya riders.salamat sa pagtangkilik nyo sa lugar namin.thanks
ROMMEL SAYCO | saycotalk@yahoo.com | 172 old balara tandang sora.Q.C.
Monday, April 05, 2010 at 11:06:06 PM PST

JOAN INOBIAHAN | inobiahanjoan@yahoo.com | IM IN MANILA
Wednesday, March 31, 2010 at 04:22:09 AM PST

Breath some fresh air and say HELLO to Ifugao Province-a welcoming place that offers adventures and curiosities around every corner.Get ready to be seduced by its lovely and wild beauty,delightful villages where tradition is still a way of life.We might not have a 23-storey skycraper but we have an amazing "stairways to the sky"-The BANAUE RICE TERRACES,it was so picturesque that one could be fooled into thinking it was a painted backdrop. So for everyone who loves nature,adventure,nice food,strange but lovely traditions and frienly people,I recommend to visit our province where charm and memories lingers,where nature embraces you with a wealth of fragrances,sounds and colors,rugged mountains,curvy roads,clear-blue and fast-flowing rivers,mysterious caves and more... Wherever my dreams will take me,my heart will always find a way back home...God bless and more power!
BeLen Manoddom | blue-11.bell@yahoo.com | Alice center,Block B,Mansourieh,Beirut,Lebanon
Monday, March 22, 2010 at 01:23:08 PM PST

naks... ganda nmn jan.. ive been there last 2008 sa brgy julungan, kiangan, ifugao for almost 1month, member kc ako ng grup of young people who volunteer every summer, at jan ako na assign.. haiztt.. i have a lot of ups and downs sa place na yan... masaya kc mababait mga tao at maganda ang mga learning xprnces.. downs bcoz we had an accident in one of d falls dun sa brgy, and one of our student (local resident) unfortunately died dahil nahulugan ng bato sa ulo.. that rock came from the the upper portion of the falls. thats why i love this place.. its my window to my different realization. haizt..
Alex Titong | lexti_24@yahoo.com | Taguig City, Philppines
Tuesday, March 16, 2010 at 10:14:44 PM PST

Sir.Razel nagmayat ngayam ti ifugao province.Apanak tuman itta.Tapnu makitak met ni tatang ken inang muh.JOKE LANG...
Monday, March 15, 2010 at 09:27:59 PM PST

MAPHOD AN ALGO TA-UN NAMIN!Our "boble" is really amazing!well,my mom is from "bunne" and dad is from "boliwong" Been here in midEast for almost 2 years working and studying and looking at those pictures makes me sing..."I'm going home to the place where I belong where your love is always been enough for me"...I am so proud of the beauty and uniqueness of our homeland,the people,our culture and traditions,well granpa's "baki' used to make me laugh but not anymore..thanks a lot for the nice pictures,I'm at home for a while.Keep up the good work guys,god bless!
belen manoddom | blue11@yahoo.com | mansourieh,Beirut,Lebanon
Monday, March 08, 2010 at 10:39:18 AM PST

MAPHOD AN ALGO TA-UN NAMIN!Our "boble" is really amazing!well,my mom is from "bunne" and dad is from "boliwong" Been here in midEast for almost 2 years working and studying and looking at those pictures makes me sing..."I'm going home to the place where I belong where your love is always been enough for me"...I am so proud of the beauty and uniqueness of our homeland,the people,our culture and traditions,well granpa's "baki' used to make me laugh but not anymore..thanks a lot for the nice pictures,I'm at home for a while.Keep up the good work guys,god bless!
belen manoddom | blue11@yahoo.com | mansourieh,Beirut,Lebanon
Monday, March 08, 2010 at 10:35:58 AM PST

Thank you for the pictures, and now we have an idea, we visit banaue this Holy Week. thank You
JasmineN | Meralco Village, Marilao, Bulacan
Thursday, March 04, 2010 at 06:24:29 PM PST

pre,,ang ganda ng mga view sa ifugao...mzta pre??
jayson | jayson_0407@yahoo.com | cavite
Monday, March 01, 2010 at 05:09:39 AM PST

My husband(Dr.Constantino P. Carpio) and I, were medical missionaries in Kiangan, Mayaoyao and Kalinga. This was back in the 60's. We were from the UCCP church. We stayed at the Mission House in Kiangan while we worked out of the clinic beneath the high school. I am looking for former friends...Judith Dulnuan, Amy Binwag, Rev. Martin and his wife, Alice (I can't remember their last name) they lived in Bontoc then; the Famorcas, and the others whom we met in Mayaoyao and Kalinga. We stayed up there for 3 years. By the way, thanks for sharing the beautiful pictures here. Daisy Clarrisa S. Luna
Daisy Clarrisa S. Luna (formerly CARPIO) | clarrisarn@yahoo.com | Mo., USA
Friday, February 26, 2010 at 04:17:26 PM PST

Great pictures. My wife is Ifugao from Barangay Duit, Kiangan. We were just there in January and February for 5 weeks. It is absolutely beautiful in the mountain province. We stayed only 2 weeks in Barangay Baguinge, visited Banaue Rice Terraces, Kiagan, Lamut, Bayombong, Salona and even went over the mountains to Santiago City. Then we went to La Union for the other 3 weeks. I myself love all areas of the Philippines. My wife and I plan on retiring there in 1 to 2 years. Probably live around Salano or Bayombong. Great site with some great pics.
Cliff Manson | mikiki@shaw.ca | Nanaimo British Columbia Canada
Monday, February 22, 2010 at 08:50:29 PM PST

I got excited when I came upon those pics you've taken in Bolog,Kiangan.That sari-sari store was my store then.That place is where I'm longing to be right now. Thanks for making feel like I'm home.God bless
Jessie | jessiebellealindayo @yahoo.ca | toronto
Thursday, February 11, 2010 at 02:30:31 PM PST

ahmm pahabol.. be careful of the labeling of the pictures...A visitor might as well get lost or be mislead because of the wrong label.. Thank you.;=)
pipz | pipz_chrish01@yahoo.com | same as above
Tuesday, February 02, 2010 at 03:10:03 AM PST

Nice pictures,keep uploading recent pictures for us to see.. HAggiyo Ifugao!!!
Philip Ray Ameling | pipz_chrish01@yahoo.com | Mungayang Kiangan Ifugao
Tuesday, February 02, 2010 at 03:03:07 AM PST

Ehem! I Just Left Ifugao two months ago and i can say that it's more beautiful! Let's keep it up!Maphod an algo taun amin...
Ana Marie Banig | anamariebanig@yahoo.com | Banaue Ifugao
Tuesday, January 05, 2010 at 04:52:20 AM PST

nice pics friends but please be so sure of the labels... i always love the place i came from,proud to be an FBI... add more photos...
ms.maui | keithmaui@hotmail.com | not in the country right now
Sunday, December 27, 2009 at 09:27:07 AM PST

no gold mining and silver mining in Sumigar and mt. polis, that is between Banaue going to Bontoc as you have shown in your picture. please inquire first before you put your description, less you mislead millions of people.
razel | lagawe
Thursday, December 03, 2009 at 04:10:01 PM PST

also the spelling of the town Hingyon, not Hingyun. no cathedral in Lamut.
razel | lagawe
Thursday, December 03, 2009 at 04:02:28 PM PST

please check, a lot of your info are misleading. just like the bridge leaving hingyon. that is ibulao bridge between kiangan and lagawe. hingyon is too from them.
razel | lagawe ifugao
Thursday, December 03, 2009 at 04:00:40 PM PST

Hello to all my relatives there in ifugao,i hope that you are all fine,specially my 2 sons,NOT2 & JAMIR WE LOVES YOU FROM MUMMY AND DADDY SRI,we are planning to have a holiday together with your grandma here in singapore,grandpa is not coming,pls study hard,if you dont study then we let you to learn how to do the MUNBAKI hello also to all the member of my family,my sister lourdes who look after my sons,we miss you all!!!REGARDS.
Maryjane P. Bangona | srijane@live.com.sg | singapore 659920 hilview regency
Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 10:05:14 PM PST

Hi!!!to all pugao like me,mangipurwak kayuman t baya ken netive nga manuk ditoy,i wanted to have a holiday again to our own place but it is very tough to me to do so,i am FBI,but infact i never see all the part of ifugao,do u know if what is FBI?FULL BLOODED IFUGAO..
Maryjane P. Bangona | srijane@live.com.sg | singapore 659920 hilview regency
Thursday, November 19, 2009 at 09:39:11 PM PST

wonderful sceneries but some labels are wrong hehe, like the boundary between Mt. Province and Ifugao, that's Mt. Polis. That's the site of the illegal quarrying not a mining area, they like to bring down those huge mountains where the rare forest crab can be seen. Anyway its very nice.
Dex | Lagawe, Ifugao, Philippines
Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at 08:07:55 PM PST

its good to see the picture...lalo pa akong na homesick...lalo na dun sa piwong store ni gotia..mablin bahan ya paw'it you ha taluwan...
lemuel guazon | lhem_33 | north Carolina USA
Saturday, November 14, 2009 at 04:24:50 AM PST

why not visit the municipality of hingyon well!!!its good 2 see ur picture coz it reminds me the picture of my home town...maphod an algo iditau an bimoble ad mumpolia
lemuel guazon | lhem_33 | northCarolina USA
Saturday, November 14, 2009 at 04:19:09 AM PST

Wow, now lang namin nakita 2!!! pupunta kami dyan..many thnx x100 to Loida & Phils...Enjoy and God Bless....
noiyel | noelper311@hotmail.com | Rizal, Philippines
Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 02:47:01 AM PST

Its great ever to see amazing pictures of my hometown,didn't go home for 8yrs. but looking at places post here reminds me home,Banaue is quiet cool place to hang around specially at the terraces with someone you love surely u will never get tired but keep enjoying and wanting to go more and more...maphod an algo ki ditako am-in
janet | jadenroses567@yahoo.com | lamut ifugao
Tuesday, October 13, 2009 at 09:52:35 PM PST

RENE C. SUMANGIL | www.lign.amus@yahoo.com | Pateros, Metro Manila
Monday, October 12, 2009 at 06:35:06 PM PST

Wow!!!! the Land of the Brave is really improving I pray that God will bring more God's people to be our leader in our beloved Province. May the good Lord blessed people of Ifugao to be more succesfull not only not only in the Phil. but outside the Country.I'm proud to be part of this Province.God bless you all.more power.
Ives | Mehivy@yahoo.com | Ifugao,Hingyon
Thursday, October 01, 2009 at 06:39:43 PM PST

I was in Banaue in April 2009, also went to Sagada, Kiangan and Lagawe (current hometown of my closest brod in college).It is place to visit. I had so much fun and would go back again. The scenery was awesome and breathtaking, as if you are in another world.The weather was comfortable. You guys should visit these places. Of course my big thanks to my brod Jing who toured us around, your camaraderie was the greatest. Definitely include these places to visit in your next travel to Phils. My daughters are visiting soon.
Debbie Monreal | bessiegm622@msn.com | Chicago, Illinois, USA
Saturday, September 26, 2009 at 07:59:59 AM PST

kulang nman mga picture nyo bat d nyo sinama ang real highlight of banaue "THE PICTURE OF THE EGHT WONDER" the rice terreces
jay | mcjay_son@yahoo.com | banaue
Friday, September 25, 2009 at 05:47:46 AM PST

Nagpintas gayam diay Ifugao. Adda plano mi kadagidiay officemate ko ng mapan no Nov. 27, 2009. Imbag koma ta mag enjoy kami. SALAMAT SA PICTURES
ELMER GOMEZ ATRAGI | janduce@yahoo.com | Brgy. Curtin, Sinait, Ilocos Sur
Thursday, September 24, 2009 at 07:19:12 AM PST

wow ! wow ! Awsome sceneries.........take and post more photos...You've done a great job....keep it up and take care...I love the Philippines....
imee | imee_tillay@yahoo.com | ottawa, canada
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 02:35:08 PM PST

Hei! Welcome to Ifugao I'm proud to be an Ifugao... Thanks 4 all ur comments!!! Love yeah All... God bless poh..
Lea B. Binwag | ghirlee_lea@yahoo.com | Lamut Ifugao
Wednesday, September 23, 2009 at 01:42:06 AM PST

Thanks for sharing your pics. I came here in 99 and 02 and was incredibly blessed by the love of the people here. They are some of the most priceless and precious people I have ever met. This is a very beautiful place and I highly recommend visiting and staying for awhile. There is nothing like waking up here to the sounds of Banaue and especially when it is raining when you wake, its amazing - the smells, sounds , and most importantly the people. Thank God for the time I was able to spend here.
Levi Eilts | JCLT7@yahoo.com | 22453 Jones Valley Trail Redding, Ca 96003
Sunday, September 20, 2009 at 08:43:15 PM PST

To cousin ed and guest u did a great job!Keep up the good work.junior
andybelingonjr | andybelingon@gmail | 15906 Cascading brookway Cypress Tx.77433
Sunday, September 20, 2009 at 04:21:34 PM PST

Wow! its really a nice place to stay in banaue, malamig ang klima at ang masarap mag meditate. I wish i could have a rest house, to bring my family and friends experience the cold and fresh air from the mountain.
lenny jimena sarol | lennyjsarol@yahoo.com | Project 8, Quezon City
Saturday, September 19, 2009 at 06:20:23 AM PST

hi, can i use your pictures for my report presentation in school? thanks in advance : -)
annie | yannie_08@yahoo.com | baguio city
Friday, August 21, 2009 at 08:50:29 AM PST

Yehey....8s me again & again! S gumawa ng mga posters,sna dagdagan nyo p.ang kunan nyo ng pic2res ay ung mga "MUNBAKI","MANAYO" ya "MUNBOGE","MUNBAYU" pai gyam.db Bongga un?Pkialagaan lng ntin ang native land kc bka mwalan i2 ng award.visit also Mt.ATUGU,wer u can step at d' "ULUN BUGAN" infairness bonggang bongga ang mki2ta nyo pagdting s 2k2k ng bundok...pagnagl2kad kau dun,dnt 4get ang mga 2ngkod dhil my mga dambuhalang baka n nangh2bol ng tao dun....kaya go! wag nang umarte..GORA NA MGA GUYZZZZ!!!! MABUHAY MGA PUGAO!!!!
Sharon Bugatti | mhaldita_sharon29@yahoo.com | B7 LOT26 Almar Subd. Camarin Caloocan City
Thursday, August 20, 2009 at 01:57:21 AM PST

yahooooo....such a nyz place to visit.Ifugao kunam man! A fay kafuy!Im a hybreed pugao of mompolia bt eversince d world begun,hndi q p naapakan ang beauty ng Rice Terraces...Promise! I nid sum1 2be my tourguide wen i got der....bka maligaw aq....ay afu! hehehe.MABUHAY IFUGAO! I LOVE ITTTTTTTTTT!!!!!
Sharon Bugatti | mhaldita_sharon29@yahoo.com | B7 LOT26 Almar Subd. Camarin Caloocan City
Wednesday, August 19, 2009 at 06:15:32 AM PST

ainher caringal | caringalainher@yahoo.com | pasig city
Wednesday, August 12, 2009 at 11:41:53 PM PST

Thanks for sharing all those beautiful pictures. Can't wait to get back home in Alimit on 8/10/09. Bringing 10 friends from Hawaii and there all exicited to see our beautiful province and country. I'm sure many of them will return again & again to Banaue. Visit www.NO SPAM THIS SITE.com please.
zaldy ugalino | zaldyugalino@hotmail.com | 46 Hui Drive, Lahaina, Maui, HI 96761
Friday, August 07, 2009 at 01:21:18 PM PST

thanks to the one who had uploaded the very awesome pictures.......but i hope you still have more photos to upload, because Ifugao is a very beautiful place and those pictures are not enough to describe its beauty......
Raymond Dulinayan | Dulinayan_69@yahoo.com | Poblacion West Lamut Ifugao
Saturday, August 01, 2009 at 03:00:28 AM PST

woaahh!those photos are so nice. I love it. I keep on smiling at every pic. thanks for having nice photos for our beloved province. more power to you.
ayeza cabbigat | ayezabraveheart@yahoo.com | lagawe,ifugao
Saturday, August 01, 2009 at 01:49:57 AM PST

looking at the photos in Lagawe make me home sick. i'm glad i went to that site. you did a good job but please put more photos.thanks
magdalena Bongtiwon | mags11@live.ca | Niagara on the lake ,ontario,canada
Saturday, July 18, 2009 at 04:18:26 PM PST

Hi to all! people of ifugao are very proud for what they have do something. Its nice to be back to our town. jejeje. Just enjoy our life.........good and don't forget to us or pray to God Our Father
jocelyn | jbuahon@yahoo.com | Mayaoyao,ifugao
Friday, July 10, 2009 at 07:31:00 PM PST

Hagiyo Ifugao...i love this place...sana mas maraming pictured
rhandee | puguonr@yahoo.com | lamut,ifugao
Friday, July 10, 2009 at 07:14:58 PM PST

Wooow????? nMan good shot Lhat ng nkuha nyo,,, sYang lang kasE d masadong na i focUs Za main rice terreces, however thanKs pLa dahil nkakuHa ako para sa aking clippings,,,??? tnx
mario buligon | pob.norte, Maddela, Quirino
Tuesday, July 07, 2009 at 05:12:12 AM PST

i'm excited to go there, maybe this september!where we can stay there? matagal ko ng gustong pumunta dyn but financially problem and wala rin me makakasama.Sana matuloy kami
priscilla r. bayhon | chuckpotato@yahoo.com | las pinas city, phil.
Friday, July 03, 2009 at 09:10:06 AM PST

harruuu! sana bigyan natin ng promotion ang "GOTAD" festival like the streetdancing and float for the other people to see and discover the uniqueness of our province! Godspeed! Hagiyyo Ifugao!
ym_aguinaldo | aguinaldo,Ifugao
Monday, June 29, 2009 at 05:30:34 PM PST

Job well done. It would be more appreciated if you update the photos...
jeffrey "jp" | allob_jeff@yahoo.com | London, United Kingdom
Tuesday, June 23, 2009 at 12:58:23 PM PST

i have viewed all the photos you have posted. you practically covered the entire country. tell phil to write a book about.
raul oppenheim | rauloppenheim@yahoo.ca | winnipeg, manitoba, canada
Sunday, June 21, 2009 at 01:21:50 PM PST

Just back from my old home town Lagawe. No place like home. Enjoyed my short stay. Due to a storm we were stranded in Lamut for 2 days. To the Mayor of Lagawe, Thanks for the warm welcome. My guest appreciated your company.
Edwin Belingon | edwinbelingon@att.net | Jacksonville, Florida USA
Thursday, May 21, 2009 at 06:35:37 PM PST

wew...ganda mnam...dadagan u p namn ung mga pictures para mas marami plsss.... HAGIYO IFUGAO
brian | brian_franz721@yahoo.com | Lagawe,Ifagao
Friday, May 08, 2009 at 09:09:40 PM PST

Maphod ahan! It's just so refreshing to be home in Banaue. Hope to be back there soon. Thanks for posting those pictures. I hope we can help restore the Banaue Rice Terraces back to its splendour and beauty.
Jesse Ramirez Sarol | jesse.sarol@yahoo.com | Proj 8, Quezon City, Philippines
Friday, May 08, 2009 at 12:42:18 AM PST

what a nice place most especially LAGAWE!!!!!!! hi to my B.F miss u so much na po Mr. DULINAYAN
juliet rivera | laguna
Sunday, May 03, 2009 at 10:55:04 PM PST

Am so PROUD to be an IFUGAO,especially from Bunne.Seeing all those photographs made me more homesick.There's really no place like home.Please post more photographs for everyone to view.Let's help our beloved IFUGAO be known to the world.
Alice | karlice@yahoo.co.uk | United Kingdom
Saturday, May 02, 2009 at 04:38:55 PM PST

The gold mining that you claim to be taking place in the Mt Polis-Sumigar-Awan Igid area (Banaue)is but mere sand and gravel quarry.How I wish that gold could be found on those slopes. Surely, that mountain should have been a gold rush area like Mt. Diwalwal: the Ifugaos could have become a little affluent but Mt Polis should have become barren and degraded . Blame the government functionaries who don't know how to indicate the proper markings on a bridge. The truth is that the letters and numbers appearing in the picture of Sumigar Bridge refer to the kilometer reading; the letter L refers to the length of the bridge and the W is the width. Seemingly, the guys who wrote the marker are "ignoramoses" for not putting the elevation of the bridge. Right??? He he he ...
moises h. butic | mhbutic@yahoo.com | csjdm, bulacan
Wednesday, April 29, 2009 at 01:43:21 AM PST

i've never been to ifugao, but i'm actually longing to see you very beautiful place...m just actually browsing info about lamut ifugao and i think the place is so interesting...sana makapunta me dyan...kung pwede me magreple me itatanung sana me - san b pwdeng magstay dyan at mga magkanu kaya per night or per person?
princess girlie | Princess.Billones@ihg.com | baguio city
Monday, April 27, 2009 at 07:31:34 AM PST

wow...it really feels like im home agen...i grew up in lagawe...its the capital town of ifugao but still the best place i know...
erin aira | aira_dacmay@yahoo.com | australia
Sunday, April 26, 2009 at 10:21:45 PM PST

H!...hehehe taga dito boyfriend qoh particularly in pieza, lamut,,,,uray kaskasanu ket maikamang nak ditoy...sana nga!!!!
MAGDALENA GUINUMTAD DULNUAN | magda10_0188@yahoo.com | nueva vizcaya
Monday, April 20, 2009 at 08:28:58 PM PST

........thier's no place like home....the best....the most beatifull....especially bunne...whoooooo....
Pudduna,Abelardo | scorpiobel89@yahoo.com | burnay,lagawe,ifugao
Saturday, April 18, 2009 at 01:20:53 AM PST

Thanks for the pictures.I'm from nagacadan kiangan,Ifugao It's been so long i didn't see my birthplace&i miss it so much."Haggiyo Ifugao".
Nida Dulnuan | nida@dlo.ca | Beautiful British Columbia Canada
Tuesday, April 14, 2009 at 08:12:02 PM PST

Help me please. I am trying to send an email to Lorna A.G., Administrative Services, Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Lagawe Ifugao, but with no luck....always failed... or maybe somebody can help me get in touch with Marieta Hangdaan of Tourism Office...please send me an email...thank you...
clare | clarina_fernandez@yahoo.co.uk | London., United Kingdom
Wednesday, April 01, 2009 at 06:41:57 PM PST

I salute you for what you have done...just ignore those people who made comments about grammar etc.. i want to see them produce something that will make majority of people happy, and will also help and boost our tourism industry... i am going to Ifugao province next month with my entire family (including nephews and nieces)..about 15 of us, ... We will be driving from Manila...any recommendation on how to get there and where to stay with reasonable charges (breakfast included)....how many days do you recommend to enable us to see and experience a bit of Ifugao culture....can you recommend a tourist guide...most members of my family are students....thank you so much..hope to meet you..
clarina | clarinaramirez@yahoo.com | Malinao, Pasig City
Wednesday, April 01, 2009 at 05:46:25 PM PST

Well done. Don't just pass Dantay. I'd like to suggest that you stay there for a picnic along the riverside. Just ask my brother's name Bonie and he'll be willing to have you as our guest. GreetingsU
Cecilia Bagawi | ceciliabp@live.de | Germany
Monday, March 30, 2009 at 05:23:03 AM PST

Well done. Don't just pass Dantay. I'd like to suggest that you stay there for a picnic along the riverside. Just ask my brother's name Bonie and he'll be willing to have you as our guest. GreetingsU
Cecilia Bagawi | ceciliabp@live.de | Germany
Monday, March 30, 2009 at 05:21:42 AM PST

ooowwww..... its really nice to see the beauty of your hometown
karenkimayong | karenkim52@.yahoo.com | hingyon,Ifugao
Thursday, March 26, 2009 at 08:22:15 PM PST

Good job. I have a home in Banaue. I love it. If you are visiting experience staying at the native houses. Road going to Baguio via Amboklau Dam very scenic and good pave road. Aloha & Mabuhay
Zaldy Ugalino | zaldyugalino@hotmail.com | Lahaina, Maui, Hawaii
Monday, March 23, 2009 at 11:37:35 PM PST

hi lovely pics you've got.it eases how i miss home:)
amy celyne baguiwa tayaban | amycious_kent@yahoo.com | seven mile lane wrotham heath sevenoaks,kent tn15 7ry uk
Wednesday, March 11, 2009 at 01:43:15 PM PST

Very nice.., it really shows the real picture of the places. Beautiful places..;..so the local government and the people living in that place should join hand in hand in the development and improvement of that place that it may attract more local and foreign tourists that may contribute to a better economy of the community and the country.
chen | shen | hingyon, ifugao
Tuesday, February 17, 2009 at 07:55:19 PM PST

Butz, Here are some of your batchmates from DBHS batch 84, Engr. Ronald Kindipan now a marine engineer, Engr. Edward Dumay now in Canada, Atty. Dennis Dimalnat now a clerk of court RTC Branch 14, lagawe, Ifugao. Take a vacation soon, do it on december where you can meet most of your batch during the alumni homecoming. Regards! jun
ray wang | ibunne742yahoo.com | lagawe, Ifugao
Tuesday, February 17, 2009 at 10:58:54 AM PST

Very informative, pictures where beautiful and almost precise descriptions, I grew up with the Aetas in Bataan and I know how the natives where very warm and hospitable people, we are planning the same trip you did sometime in the future, this area were treasures to the people of the Philippines and I hope more website and information be circulated.
Ruben Pacquing | rpacquing@k-line.ca | Toronto, Canada
Thursday, February 05, 2009 at 03:49:41 PM PST

My group has just attended the 4th Cordillera Organic Congress Jan.28-30 2009 which was held at Lamut, Ifugao State College of Agriculture & Fisheries. Indeed it was a wonderful experience aside from the organic congress which we have learned a lot, the people of ifugao are very hospitable and kind very accomodating, we would like to thank especially Gov. Teddy Baguilat for being active in the organic movement, and for being a good leader in the Ifugao province, sir we salute you and will always pray for your leadership, sana lahat ng namumuno katulad mo. we would like also to thank Kiangan LGU its personnels who takes care or manages the Hostel especially Venus and others for taking good care and guiding us in their municipality, and to the people of Ifugao MARAMING SALAMAT PO.....GOD BLESS AND MORE POWER, for sure babalik kami......FRANK M. SOLLER - Organic Practitioner
FRANK M. SOLLER | kokimsol@yahoo.com | Romulo Hi-way Brgy Umangan Mangatarem pangasinan
Wednesday, February 04, 2009 at 11:50:01 PM PST

wet we.......... Wat a beautiful place.hope that the local and international government will give some attention for the further progress of province of Ifugao.
den devera | deneb_erm@yahoo.com | Kalibo,Aklan ,Philippines
Tuesday, February 03, 2009 at 09:52:14 PM PST

thank you for revealing even just a glimpse of ifugao province. so wonderfull to look at.makes me proud to have come from ifugao
MAY | maylvn1@gmail.com | nayon,lamut,ifugao
Saturday, January 24, 2009 at 12:10:23 AM PST

thank you for revealing even just a glimpse of the beauty of ifugao! so wonderfull to look at.makes me proud to be an ifugao.
may | maylvn1@yahoo.com | Nayon,Lamut,Ifugao
Saturday, January 24, 2009 at 12:04:29 AM PST

Ifugao is a wonderful and beautiful place. People are so kind and loving. It's a nice place to stay because people were so accomodating.
Ricky C. Mayat-an | ciano1573@yahoo.com | La Union, City of San Fernando
Friday, January 16, 2009 at 03:48:13 AM PST

All i have to say is WOW! It made me miss my hometown...there is really no place like home! Our home which is rich of indeginous cultures, blessed with the nature's beauty and the presence of warm-hearted people..-Let us preserve and cherish it's wondrous beauty.- Hagiy0 Ifugao!!!
shzaen | cryptz@yahoo.com. | Hingyon, Ifugao
Friday, January 16, 2009 at 02:33:59 AM PST

hi,how r u?i wan 2 come in ur place?please invite me!!!!!!!!!tnx!
jhing | jovermin_15@yahoo.com | san carlos city pangasinan
Friday, January 16, 2009 at 01:38:31 AM PST

Hi to the maker of this web! This is fantastic but could you please fix your grammar? i want others to see this and would it be better if you are actually reading a grammatically right description? Thanks a bunch!
Jude | Pob. West Lamut
Tuesday, January 13, 2009 at 05:16:57 AM PST

I am from Hingyon and I am so happy to see all of the pictures that reminds me of home. I did not go home for about 13 years and so excited to see a glimpse of my childhood memories.
Celia Ma Badangan-Kirbyson | ckirbyson@msn.com | Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Thursday, January 08, 2009 at 02:23:14 PM PST

Hi guys out there!!!!Happy new year to all..Great pictures ha,,,know i will be in baguio this week end and i really wanted to go to mountain province...I've been to ifugao twice but the view i love it so much. Question is the picture i saw was the road from baguio to banaue?how long it will take if i will be coming from baguio to mountain province (Sagada area). Guys im a nature lover, i would love to come with you if you have any outhere activities.just email me.ynx
charls | ccp_ati@yahoo.com | Binagonan, Rizal
Tuesday, January 06, 2009 at 09:41:46 PM PST

its great to be an immipugo...proud to be an ifugao...n true blooded...go and try yourself...experience the culture f ifugao n i bet ull love it...
myra | jhymz31@yahoo.com | baguinge kiangan ifugao
Friday, January 02, 2009 at 07:40:59 PM PST

diak pay nakita ti inperson ang ifugao at di pa nadaan ang rough road na kalsada
suzette batallones | batallones_adan@yahoo.com | sn mateo isabela
Tuesday, December 30, 2008 at 06:01:36 AM PST

Hi, I'm a backpacker headed for Ifugao tomorrow and would want to go to lagawe, kiangan and banawe. Anybody here who knows a place to stay in Lagawe preferably near the lagawe central school or at the poblacion? pls email me at hooleyjooley@yahoo.com. i'm taking dangwa trans. pls feel free to email me your suggestions and recommendations. thanks!
Juli | hooleyjooley@yahoo.com | Manila
Thursday, December 25, 2008 at 08:28:08 AM PST

Hello once again to all! ...wishing everybody "MAANLA AN KULITMAT I DA'YUN NAMIN!" ...3 days more to go before Christmas!
Puxx | jbucawe@yahoo.com | Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Sunday, December 21, 2008 at 11:41:29 PM PST

wow, this picture is awesome please include some picture of my bithplace PIWONG, i miss hingyon very much. can you upload more pictures
hazel | zelmo_07@yahoo.com.ph | thailand
Saturday, December 20, 2008 at 07:35:02 PM PST

I visited Banaue Rice Terreces 3 years ago but sad to say Banaue Rice Terreces is loosing its name coz some fields were planted with flowers not rice.
adeliade | adelaida426@yahoo.ca | ontario canada
Monday, December 15, 2008 at 11:00:30 AM PST

Been viewing all the write ups and pictures. Ifugao has changed a lot...we can already see improvements...well paved roads...beautification and sanitation promoted...more infrastructure projects....Welcome visit Ifugao...you can contact me: Administrative Services, Sangguniang Panlalawigan, Lagawe, Ifugao and recommend you to my friend and batchmate: Mrs. Marieta Hangdaan, Provincial Tourism Officer....HAGGIYO IFUGAO!
Lorna A.G. | splorg1@yahoo.com.ph | Lagawe, Ifugao
Monday, December 15, 2008 at 05:40:38 AM PST

. . . wow. . . great. I'm proud to be an Ifugao, even though I'm not good in speaking I can say that I'm still proud of who I am. Be Proud...
Ruth Anne Wacoy-Bannog | hannahruth_24@yahoo.com | Kasibu, Nueva Viscaya, Philippines
Friday, December 12, 2008 at 12:15:20 AM PST

ganda ng mga pics. sana matulungan nyo po ako.nasa tinoc po yung gf ko at hindi ko po alam kung papano pupunta dun.. san po ang sakayan papunta ng tinoc ifugao at magjano pamasahe????? sa mga nakakaalam pakisagot naman po.. salamat po
vallejos | erjomel11@yahoo.com | pangasinan
Wednesday, December 10, 2008 at 08:47:15 PM PST

mea-ann chuyat | switlanie@yahoo.com | Poblacion Mayoyao Ifugao
Wednesday, December 03, 2008 at 06:35:00 AM PST

Huh....awesome home town of mine.... I challenge you all to visit the beautiful place, green valley of MAYOYAO IFUGAO-soon to be discovered..... Biyahe na to experience the unexperienced. "MAPHOD AN ARKHAW TAON AMIN"-Have a nice day to all... I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!weeeeEEEEEeeee
grail chuyat | shavril07@yahoo.com.ph | Poblacion Mayoyao Ifugao
Wednesday, December 03, 2008 at 06:27:41 AM PST

GMS RENOVATIONS INC. | kabayan@gmsreno.com | Calgary, ab,canada
Friday, November 28, 2008 at 09:35:28 AM PST

wow!!,nice pics..every time i saw pics of this provinces,i wanna have my vacation again..even I'm not originally from here,I used to love this place.I hope to see more ltest pics nextime..
Vivian Lorraine | zweetiegurl_25@yahoo.com | Lamut,Ifugao
Tuesday, November 25, 2008 at 02:09:17 AM PST

that's great... hoping you could do things towards young students from Ifugao who are deprived to be in school
jo | poseidon_shrek@yahoo.com | Philippines
Saturday, November 22, 2008 at 03:47:01 AM PST

Bro.Didacus Weber, I read your posting below and I can provide information regarding one of the person you mentioned below. Joaquin Binwag is my neighbor, a mile away from their house to be exact. Here's his address if you intend to send letters or greetings to him and his family, Upper Yakal Street, Lagawe, Ifugao 3600. I don't know of his circumstances right now since we migrated here in the USA back in 2004. Your last name is quite popular in our place. Otley Beyer is one those who wrote the history of Ifugao. Have a nice day! Ray
ray wang | ibunne74 | lagawe, ifugao, Philippines
Friday, November 21, 2008 at 11:36:20 AM PST

pnthan nyo sa MAYOYAO, mas maganda dun!
val | n/a | mayoyao
Wednesday, November 19, 2008 at 07:57:21 PM PST

..wow..so nice pics..great job!!!!!ala talagang masabi sa place ng ifugao..ang ganda..heheeheh..request po!!!paki future narin yung mga schools satin baka my maenganyo..tnx
kate gano | ayverkath_088@yahoo.com | burnay,lagawe
Thursday, November 13, 2008 at 09:18:43 PM PST

nice photos....way back home!!!!!!!!
angel | lykakim@rocketmail.com | toronto,canada
Friday, November 07, 2008 at 04:24:09 PM PST

ok hello!there,i'm also from ifugao but i grew up in philex mines. you know you just got some photos from the site i stay in the province. like the lady carying the baby on the waist i actually know her she'S OUR NEIGHBOR,that photo with "ladies just chatting"it's the house where i stay before i came here in canada. well it's fun watching those pictures reminds me of our place!!!!!
benilyn kimayong | kbenilyn|@yahoo.ca | 190 antibes drive,northyork,toronto.ontatio,canada
Friday, November 07, 2008 at 07:40:55 AM PST

Godbless you!! Go, cease the fields! Keep going!!!!
Dale Basco | dalebasco@yahoo.com | Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Friday, October 31, 2008 at 06:54:02 AM PST

sAna may bagOng photOs ulit!..fAvor namAn pO sa editorial in chief or sa cOordinator ng siTe n2..cAn i have One moRe photo of Alfonzo, Lista? I'm browsing this site often,. Till nExt mAil!!..GodblEss You All!! mS. mitCH
Michelle | michelle@elamps.org | Batangas; Manila
Sunday, October 26, 2008 at 09:26:30 AM PST

For those interested to know more about Ifugao, you can buy the book "The Ifugao World" by Mariano Dumia.
jun wang | ibunne74@yahoo.com | Lagawe, Ifugao
Friday, October 24, 2008 at 09:10:34 PM PST

Thank's for sharing such great pictures of home. Each picture reminds me of my happy childhood in Ifugao. Andrew Bulahao a.k.a. "Guinid" Onnop Village Bayninan Kiangan
dRu | session_road86@yahoo.com | U.S.A
Sunday, October 19, 2008 at 10:40:39 AM PST

Oh Ifugao, you are awesome and perfectly beautiful! what a place!!!! Very nice pictures but that is not all. Mind you,am from Asipulo one of the best place of the native weddings, parks, waterfalls, rivers, high mountains, organic produce,walking trails and so forth are in Asipulo. The best baya (bubud) is right there. In fact my mom makes one of the best ever. There is a new park there too you can visit located in Pula. It is called JCAMPBELL PARK. Kayyagud et pinicture yu bebley tayu.... Haggiyo!!!! HEy Joan i know you and i know Jesus... Am sure you know me.. so you are the tourist guide already huh... awesome... Keep it up....I loveeeeee iiitttt......
Norma Pinkihan | npinkihan1229@hotmail.com | Alberta, Canada
Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at 09:18:28 PM PST

Thanks for the great photos. I am trying to locate Magdalena "Nena" Tayaban.. siblings ( Flor, Dolor, Bebot, Narcing) . I know that they were from Kiangan/Lagawe area.. I've lost contact with her since I left the Philippine 27 years ago and wold like to be in touch. I appreciate the help. my email address : ladytummi@yahoo.com Thanks :)
Lenie | ladytummi@yahoo.com | New York New York
Sunday, October 12, 2008 at 05:34:40 AM PST

grEAt!.its a wOnderfUl crEatures oF God...I reAlly wantEd to be thEre..mOst speciAlly ( AlfOnso, Lista)the place where my somEone specIal now living...(I'm wondering of hOw is he..) :(.. GodblEss yOu All!!!.. by thE way I lOved thIs site,,iTs grEat!..am On the procEss of studying uR cUltures, (wala lng) i wanNa seE RICE TERRACES.. One mOre thiNG..(ay ayatin ka) ♥♥♥ ms. miChelle
Michelle Tobeo | michelle@elamps.org | Quezon City, Metro Manila
Saturday, October 11, 2008 at 08:00:42 AM PST

Thank you for visiting our beloved place and province!For those planning for a visit also, do it during the months of march, april, may and june. These are the months of our yearly celebrations such as the Kulpi ad Lagawe, Gotad ad Hingyon, Kulpi ad Kiangan, Banawe Imbayah, Kulpi ad Asipulo,tungoh ad hungduan and the most promising the Ifugao Day which we always celebrate on the middle of June. These significant months gives you real experience and broad ideas on how Ifugao people live their daily lives. The activities include the staging of Ifugao cultures and traditions through the native dance, songs, chants and rituals.There is also the display of souveneirs like hand-made products like wood carvings, knitted products and native delicacies. And, don't forget to have a sip of our very own Ifugao rice wine(asipulo wine is the best so far to be fair). Ifugao wines were already available in many deparment stores nationwide and worlwide. For more info. contact or visit the Tourism Office located at the Provincial Capitol in Lagawe, Ifugao.
jun wang-i | jrwangiwang@yahoo.com | dullagan, lagawe, ifugao
Friday, October 10, 2008 at 09:55:01 AM PST

galing na ako dyan kaya lang bitin gusto ko ung culture ng mga native, i hope to visit ur virgin province for a long time to experience the way of life.
bobe fernando | bobe_fernando@yahoo.com | 944 de jesus st. parada sta. maria bulacan
Saturday, October 04, 2008 at 11:23:34 PM PST

Thanks for these great pictures. I was home in Lagawe 10 years ago with my 2 daughters and got homesick going thru your pictures. I am always proud to describe to friends how beautiful my hometown is and my emotions got highly magnified looking at them. Thanks for your efforts sharing it. I also learned that a cousin of mine, Eliza Cumti-Kendall has a special somebody here in States. Hope she'll see this note and make contact. Once again, thanks for sharing.
Elizabeth Butic-Wilson | lizwilson53@hotmail.com | Lagawe
Tuesday, September 30, 2008 at 10:49:32 PM PST

The pix are so beautiful.... Even though I wasn't able to personally and actually experience all those wonderful scenic spots of my father's homeland at least I was able to experience vicariously of how interesting going to such sceneries....that's all.......hope to see more as I visit your website again...bye bye...
daryllgenerynbahingawan | kirsten_chantarelle@yahoo.com | Saniago City, Isabela
Monday, September 29, 2008 at 06:23:55 PM PST

hi there.. i hope you will visit the wonderful town of Alfonso Lista, Ifugao some other to see and know the real meaning "beautiful"..thank you..
peer | peerbal890@yahoo.com | Philippines
Sunday, September 28, 2008 at 02:42:54 AM PST

Proud 2 b an Ifugao, come and visit and u'l never regret...The beauty of Ifugao is very unique, we have no malls here but we have our rich cultures....Haggiyo Ifugao...
Angelica Bulahao | Foolishgirl@yahoo.com | Dugong,Lagawe,Ifugao
Monday, September 22, 2008 at 09:10:22 PM PST

Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 10:56:41 AM PST

There is no place like home. HAGIYEH TAUN TAGA IFUGAO.
Don Oliver Maquera | madaski88 | CHICAGO USA
Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 10:20:42 AM PST

...NIce shot!!!come and visit aLSO bARANGAY MOMPolia in Hingyon,Ifugao!!!!ganda din pho dun..let's do mountain climbing in mt.Atugo.!bye!!!
Lhen | Rogelyne | Nueva,Viscaya
Wednesday, September 03, 2008 at 12:56:31 AM PST

....NICE SHOTS!!!Ifugao Province is really a very nice place!,the wonderful spots!and it's embeded culture!I would like to invite you onceagain to visit m hometown,Ifugao,specally in barangay MOMPOLIA!YOU CAN GO FOR MOUNTAIN CLIMBING IN mT.ATUGO AND OVERLOOK some of the barangays in Ifugao.Taste also our very own,BINAKLE!..TSARAP PHO UN!...BYE!and tnx for reading
Lhen | Rogelyne_Amboy@yahoo.com | Nueva,Viscaya
Wednesday, September 03, 2008 at 12:51:24 AM PST

Hi!invite kho pho kau to visit also barangay Mompolia in Ifugao.Maganda din dun.you can go mountain climbing sa Mt. Atugo and Over look those barangays!.....It's really fun.come and also taste our native BINAKLE!!!!!!UUUHHHMMM! Tsarap
rogelyne | rogelyne_amboy @yahoo.com | Mompolia,Hingyon,Ifugao
Monday, September 01, 2008 at 11:14:07 PM PST

Be proud to be an Ifugao..So we have to be proud of our culture and don't forget to use our dialect wherever we are...Haggiyoo...... *****I'm inviting you friends to visit our wonderful place.....
joy | jtolac@yahoo.com | Hingyon,Ifugao
Monday, September 01, 2008 at 11:03:25 PM PST

gusto ko yung mga kuha mo. sobrang ganda talaga ng banaue. kakauwi nga lang namin eh, dami ko din mga pic, gusto ko sana i-share.
oliver perona | oliverperona2978@yahoo.com | hagonoy, bulacan
Saturday, August 16, 2008 at 04:47:43 PM PST

ifugao province is the one of the great and wonderful place to visit.i invite everybody if you plan to visit philippines don't forget ifugao province.but make sure to bring a brand new shoe strong enoughf for mudy area.enjoy and have fun.
Susie Habbiling | susieifuago@yahoo.com | lagawe ifugao
Friday, August 15, 2008 at 02:50:39 PM PST

It's nice to see how beautiful our province...Witness our unique cultural festivals.
michele jaymlain-dulay | shelljaymalin@yahoo.com | Kiangan, Ifugao
Friday, August 08, 2008 at 02:36:27 AM PST

hey hey hey!! how i wish yo visit again the place where i grew up. much as i wanted, i cant because of work constraints. Some of my officemates and motorcycling buddies from motorcycle philippines federation are requesting me to bring them there. hopefully we will travel by december... missed the morning and cool breeze in our little town of kiangan!!
Nestor | one_5_oliveskin@yahoo.com | Kiangan, Manila, Cavite
Tuesday, August 05, 2008 at 11:39:03 AM PST

...How nice to view the wonderful Ifugao... thanks because it helps me to do my project..
Deborah | deb31@yahoo.com | Loakan-Apugan Baguio City
Monday, August 04, 2008 at 11:36:51 PM PST

A japanese friend is coming over and wanted to visit Ifugao. It has been 5 years since i visited the Cordilleras. It seems still the same with some improvements (ie. welcome signs, bridges). I am excited to go back to Ifugao and Mt. Province.
Bernadette | Manila, Philippines
Saturday, August 02, 2008 at 12:22:55 AM PST

thank u 4 visiting banaue
JANET | janet@yahoo.com | mayoyao,ifugao
Monday, July 28, 2008 at 10:46:38 PM PST

wow!WE are lucky that we had a place like this....continue visiting and always enjoy your stay with us. WELCOME!
janet | janet@yahoo.com | mayoyao,ifugao
Monday, July 28, 2008 at 10:43:55 PM PST

Nagpintas ti Ifugao! talaga a madaydayaw a pagilyan. Thanks for our batch joan guitobon who showed us us the beauty. We went as far as Hungduan by walking. Umaykamin 2 manen
cecil | Baguio City
Monday, July 21, 2008 at 07:59:37 PM PST

I cannot forget this place especially the beauty and gorgeous woman,I meet my special someone here. If God permit I will come back in bae Kiangan Ifugao. Regards to Guitobon Family.
Jesus Javier Caranga | jesus.caranga@kharafinational.com | 38 Lancaster United Kingdom London
Friday, July 18, 2008 at 12:12:39 PM PST

WOOOOOOW!!! Good there's a Comment Book for our very dear Ifugao Province... How I really miss my beloved Province! As others say, mangipa-iliw nga agpaysu nadan pi-pictures hi boble... By the way, I am from barangay Baguinge, the show window of Kiangan... Kudos to all who appreciate the beauty of IFUGAO! And May God bless & guide every visitor (local or foreign) to our home province...
Puxx | joelbucawe@yahoo.com | Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Thursday, July 10, 2008 at 03:38:52 PM PST

Around 1973 I was stationed in Calabayo City, Samar at Christ the King College in the capacity of Bursar. The Philippines is a beautiful country and her people the friendliest on the planet. Thank you for the pictures, not only of Calbayog City, but other areas of the Philippines that I had chance to visit while I was stationed there. While working in the Philippines I met and made some wonderful friends and for whatever reason we lost contact with each other over the years. If anyone would know of a family by the name of Joaquin Binwag or a Daniel Tayaban (not sure of the spelling) I would appreciate them letting me know. Joaquin Binwag and Danny Tayaban both worked at our Seminary in Novaliches, Quezon City back in the mid 1970s. I surely would like to write them and contact them again after these many years. They were and continue to be (even though I've lost contact with them) very close friends. I believe they are from Ifugao, more precisely Lagawe. Thank you again for rekindling many wonderful memories of my time in the Philippines. God bless and keep you in His care. Sincerely, Brother Didacus Weber, OFM Franciscan
Bro. Didacus Weber, O.F.M. | wdr536bro@yahoo.com | PO Box 100, Pulaski Wisconsin 54162-0100, U.S.A.
Thursday, July 10, 2008 at 01:28:16 PM PST

I was surprised to see the beautiful province in the website. I am actually searching Ifugao, particularly the towns I havn't able to reach. I will be on vacation next month so I want to go back in Ifugao. Extend my regards to my tour guide JOAN. Maybe I can ask another chance for showing me the way. I love Ifugao, I also learn some of their language and their culture. One memorable experience was forming a long line to get to be served during a wedding. Joan said "Pila"maki "hamul."
Frank | Brussels, Belgium
Wednesday, July 09, 2008 at 09:22:07 PM PST

Ahh de de de, Talagan maphod nan boble taku. mangipailiw an 2mikid na bilid.. balhan daka ke apu maknongan hi maphod an biag tu tap on di luta. Hahagiyo!!!!!!!!!!!!
Adam | CA, USA
Wednesday, July 09, 2008 at 08:59:51 PM PST

Wednesday, July 09, 2008 at 06:04:54 PM PST

Mangipailiw nadan picture mun ohan iba.Dakol pay di mapmaphod an matigo(view)nu ume ka nada bario.Talagan no place like home.Hagiyo Ifugao!
j.monayao | jlm1272@yohoo.com | Corpus Christi,TX,USA
Sunday, July 06, 2008 at 01:04:52 PM PST

Wow !! Love the pics! wish there could have been more of Kiangan village as my wife Eliza Cumti Kendall was born there and awaiting her visa from Australia to USA says she may be 2nd cousin to Joan. Small world !! So A Hi to Joan and to Loida and Phil! thanks for all these photos! Hope all Eliza's family can see them. Beautiful Mountain scenery,so very peaceful looking.
Rick Foulkes | rickster45mi@hotmail.com | Hazel Park, Mi., USA
Saturday, July 05, 2008 at 06:31:28 AM PST

I missed Ifugao especially my home town Hingyon. Hagiyo!!!!!!!!!!!
alex | canada
Thursday, July 03, 2008 at 11:34:19 PM PST

I like Ifugao province especialy the people. My friend Joan Guitobon is from Kiangan who brought us in Ifugao during the celebration of the Ifugao Day. We visited 4 towns of Ifugao.I call it an unforgetable experince. Thanks for this site for I saw joan's email add, maybe I can request one more time to visit the place of Ifugao weren't able to reach. All pictures I took in Ifugao is worthy and helps a lot in my photo gallery business. Many foriegners buy the portrait of Ifugao.
jez | Pangasinan
Thursday, July 03, 2008 at 11:30:41 PM PST

I enjoyed viewing it, so beautiful.
rose | Pasay city
Thursday, July 03, 2008 at 11:17:21 PM PST

so....... beatiful
sarol,myra shanen | kiangan ifugao
Sunday, June 29, 2008 at 12:13:54 AM PST

wow....its so nice place. i think so cold there? if i finish my studies? i want to go there...you know why? i am a nature lovers......
Andy Bryan J. Tambis | andybryantambis@yahoo.com | davao city
Thursday, June 26, 2008 at 08:57:20 PM PST

Wow Ifugao!!! I always love my beloved province. I enjoyed viewing it. Pls. come to our town, Kiangan where you could experience an eco-friendly adventure. Welcome to our Barangay Ambabag where you could view the Mt Kapugan,Bae Rice Terraces, "Uhat", and you could see the capital town Lagawe as if very near to the sitio of Bae. In these Barangay, you could also enjoy hiking up and down,and love swimming at utuh waterfalls as this falls are visited often during summer.
joan | JBGuitobon@yahoo.com | Kiangan, Ifugao
Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at 08:44:37 PM PST

thank you very much for a very fantastic accomplishment! I found plenty of reference and inspiration for my paintings. Great job! Godbless you guys!
dale basco | dalebasco@yahoo.com | calgary,AB.,canada
Friday, June 20, 2008 at 10:16:20 AM PST

Wow! congrats for posting all that pictures, it really helps tourists. But please check the correct spelling of the place Lagawe and not Legawe.Tnx
Gal-ad | gal2ad@yahoo.com | Aguinaldo, Ifugao
Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 05:57:05 PM PST

hi i like the pictures u took but i do agree there are far more beautiful scenes there in ifugao to take photos and to that person hu just deliberately commented and told the owner of this site dumb, well didn/t really took much time seeing the pictures, merely like only checking the grammer. wat's the point, she didn't post it 4 u to check her grammar but to present what ifugao is. i hope u wont be too insulting next time. it is not beacause u can hide ur identity in the web world dat u could just say watever u like. anyway, am a college stud now...been away in our homeland and i miss it too much..if i had the time i'll sent some beautiful pictures of our beloved provinces soo. good day.
karina | watever_12@yahoo.com | ifugao
Friday, June 13, 2008 at 06:24:29 PM PST

thanks for your effort huh! and i, i wanna shout and be proud...thats my beloved ifugao! but ....its really very disgusting, the same with jANiNa san Ifugao,,,,
come 2 me | bangkok
Wednesday, June 11, 2008 at 12:21:54 AM PST

I appreciate your efforts in posting all those beautiful pictures you took from my beloved ifugao province. My 2 yr old son and I along w/ other family members went to visit our old folks in Namulditan, Hingyon last December 2007 but we haven't had a chance visiting those places you've been to due to our hectic schedule.I hope to spend more days in ifugao the next time we visit there.
millie | seattle,wa
Friday, June 06, 2008 at 04:32:45 PM PST

I thank Loida for sharing all her adventures about my home town Banawe,however, there are more places in Banawe that are more interesting like the Batad rice terraces.These photos had concentrated only on what can be seen along the road.
Gema Tiyad | gematiyad@shaw.ca | vancouver,B,C, Canada
Sunday, June 01, 2008 at 10:13:40 PM PST

Wow! you guys did a good job. I am from Aguinaldo, Ifugao. To all Tourist: If you happen to visit our beautiful province Ifugao ... your itinerary of travel should start from Lagawe-Banawe-Mayoyao-Aguinaldo-Alfonso Lista (Potia) and down to Santiago City back to Baguio City or Manila. Fred - "Ayapao" is my Ifugao name - means "on top"
Fred Tomas | fredtwomas@rogers.com | Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Saturday, May 31, 2008 at 09:20:44 AM PST

Hi,this website helps a lot. ...The pictures,the way of writing,the comments-they always have a tint of the "being Ifugao" and I love it. There is really no place like home..and even online,Ifugaos will always type "Ifugao Province" and click the search engine.Anything about it will always help one away from home reminisce anything from childhood to neighborhood to schools to politics and to whaTEVER.We may always leave this province,yet we always look back at with smiles and joy in hearts.
Leticia B. Lubiton | llagayan2005@yahoo.com | Jakarta,Indonesia
Wednesday, May 21, 2008 at 01:18:38 AM PST

Hi,my first time to see your home page.However i am very much thankful to see the beatiful places of Ifugao.Very nice of you.I really appreciate your effort.I spend my early childhood years in lagawe and graduated at Don Bosco in 1984.Since then i was not really in touched.I missed old friends and the place i called home.There is no place like home really....lagawe.i hope to see the place soon again.Can anybody help me connect with my batch mates.I dont have any single connection right now.Why only now?ill tell you the moment somebody responds to my request.If you live in the states,give me your number and ill call you.ROGER BUTZ FONTANILLA
Roger Fontanilla jr | Rogelio1782@att.net | 620 Maple st,Fort Bragg California,95437.
Sunday, May 18, 2008 at 10:24:53 AM PST

just want to thank the one who made this web site, atleast it reminds me about my province coz no place like this here in the desert. Its nice to have a yearly update of picture
edwin camhit | edwin_camhit | cababuyan north
Friday, May 16, 2008 at 06:26:28 AM PST

i am planning to go to Banaue rice terraces from Baguio. Can you give me some names of hotels or inns to stay for 2 nights. i am leaving this wednesday.
link | lcyoung777@yahoo.com | paranaque, manila, philippines
Sunday, April 27, 2008 at 11:25:31 PM PST

Yeh,, it helps,, but can't you see,, the one who've made this website is dumb, the person who've make this doesn't know the true grammar in English,, it's really disgusting.. that person is really dumb..
Rose | Manguig | Ifugao
Saturday, April 26, 2008 at 07:11:15 PM PST

I was fortunate enough in 2006 to go to Baguio and to banaue and legawe. my fiancee who works in HK is from Legawe her name is Nora Agaya she is the most beautiful person i know and i love her dearly. i hope to be back there in Benguet and legawe sometime this yr and see those wonderful places again
Jack | jack1969_uk@yahoo.co.uk | London.United Kingdom
Wednesday, April 23, 2008 at 03:27:37 AM PST

Wow!!!!! first of all, i would say thank you for your efforts. I don't expect that upon browsing my internet, i was able to see something that reminds me of my childhood. I studied in Ifugao Academy and transfered to Don Bosco High School. i later came to hongkong where i always remember my school days. when i saw that picture "welcome to Baguinge" i am reminded of my best friend Astrid Malanta and my best friend in Lagawe Yolly Buyog. How i wish one day, that God will give me the chance to visit them so that i can visit Ifugao again. Thank you for all the beautiful pictures.
Joyce Yeung | joyce_trinidad9@yahoo.com | Lamut, Ifugao
Tuesday, April 22, 2008 at 11:59:40 PM PST

but anyway dats not d hindrance,,,,,i love u all der antie unkles,,,,,miss u all der,,,,especeialy my cousin's nieces, and nephews,,,,,tnx for the pix u post.....
jhing | naji_jhing64@yahoo.com | la trinidad,benguet
Tuesday, April 15, 2008 at 05:36:48 AM PST

wow,,,,,,nce,,,dats my mom's province i love to live there....but hay,,,i cant understand there dialect
jhing | naji_jhing64@yahoo.com | La Trinida,benguet
Tuesday, April 15, 2008 at 05:33:47 AM PST

it helps but with the very poor grammar its disgusting!!!
Kidlat Madongit | philip1925@yahoo.com | laoag city
Saturday, April 12, 2008 at 11:10:43 PM PST

Ive been in SAGADA,BONTOC,IFUGAO 10years ago and seeing those picture bring back the memories.Its filled with fun, adventure and excitement.wish i could visit that place again.
Joy | jovie_jonvic@hotmail.com | Cavite
Wednesday, April 09, 2008 at 09:49:39 PM PST

I was in the US Navy, i live at Cubic Point. Now, that i have seen your pictures, i will be going back. Thanks for the picture.
Donzell | magicfox45@yahoo.com | box 69 Timpson,Tx
Wednesday, April 09, 2008 at 05:44:12 PM PST

nice to see those pictures my kids recognized some of t he places,where's the photo of don bosco high school you shld have taken more pictures in lagawe.haggiyoo ifugao
rowena | sorianor06@yahoo.com | united kingdom
Thursday, April 03, 2008 at 08:44:54 AM PST

wow!! its good u had an adventure in the provinces of the cordillera, i appreciate it, but there's more to see in the highlands of Mountain Province like the maligcong rice terraces located on the northwest of bontoc,the Bontoc museum, the hotsprings of mainit and sadanga, waterfalls from the east and western part of the province, and all that.
kl | klkems@yahoo.com | Bontoc, Mountain Province, Philippines
Sunday, March 30, 2008 at 06:16:04 PM PST

My grandma's family owns the Caltex in Lagawe. Have you heard of Manghi? Well anyways I love Ifugao and I encourage everybody to go there one day :]
Espedido/Manghi | USA
Wednesday, March 19, 2008 at 07:01:23 PM PST

wow its ah big help tnx for makng this site reaaaly helpfull for us as a student.... tnx......!!!!
kelvin cyrus | earlkelvin.rallos@yahoo.com | quezon city
Tuesday, January 22, 2008 at 05:48:39 AM PST

Trhi | awertaW345
Thursday, January 10, 2008 at 01:22:30 PM PST

I Love the Ifugao Province and it's beauty, Hope that the officils both in local and National will give effort to maintain the rice terraces as it is, Do not let the local people to destroy it because it is one of the most popular tourist spot in the Philippines.
June | USA
Saturday, January 05, 2008 at 08:59:20 PM PST

Wow! this is great and the way it should be except where's the maps on this magnificent page?
Jeffery Davis | Hopkinsville, Kentucky USA
Saturday, November 18, 2006 at 09:15:23 PM PST


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