Sagada, Mountain Province

Visit to Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines

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Dantay, Junction of the road 

to Bontoc and the road to Sagada 

Small landslide close to the bottom of the

14 Kilometer Mountain Road

Lady pointing down to the Dantay Junction of 

the road to Bontoc and the road to Sagada 

There may not be any decent Maps... but if you

want to known go to the top and look back down..

Local Barangay people building

on the new road to Sagada.

This will be a great road


to drive when it gets finished

Point to the road below but, lean on

the rock so you don't fall off..

Six Kilometers from the top of the Sagada Mountain

Looking at the Barangay far below..

Kids in School Uniforms..

Barangay on the way into Sagada

Going on up to the Town Proper Nice concrete roads up here...
Last stretch before the top Church Compound.. and Hospital
Sagada Proper  Why?

Municipal Hall  

The street going on past Sagada to

Sagada Guest House (Hotel) Leaving Sagada proper going up...
Satelite's???  Road to 

Duh! What is the name

of this Sagada Barangay?

Chickens high above Sagada..

Sagada from above.

Looking down Lazy Hibiscus and a? poking through.
4 O'clocks 4 O'clocks
Log Cabin (Hotel) Guesthouse and Cafe.
Town Proper Street going down to 
Gallery and Travel Center downtown Sagada Students walking uphill back to school after lunch
Street through Sagada. Beautiful Mountain flower.
Another beautiful Flower. Bottom of Sagada Proper from above

Street through Sagada

and super friendly people

Leaving Sagada Proper Sagada Church and Compound
WWII Barracks Church Compound
Ex US Army Recuperation Hospital Cute Kids
Gecko Inn and Cafe near Sagada Proper.  Building a new road in this Brgy to Sagada.
A yellow flower Volcanic rocks sticking up from the ground.

This chicken is

trying to hide from Phil

Antadao Brgy., Sagada from above National Hwy far, far below.
A camera just doesn't do justice.. A Barangay road going down the Mountain
Filling in Pot Holes with dirt for the vehicles.. Barangay scattered on the side of the mountain
Sagada road to the top! Smile..
Entrance road to Antadao National High School Terraces of a Sagada's ???? Brgy. far below
Bontoc below from the top of the Clouds. Marker 394 KM to Manila and 443 KM via Tuguegarao
The People, Roads, the River and the Terraces.... Building a new Highway to Sagada..

The Packer is the only piece of Machinery they have

to build roads, the rest is done by hand.

Oh well, She broke the drinking pipe!! It would not have broken if you did not say bring it here!
Why? The bridge shot from above...

The turn in the river around the mountain shot from

above... and the National Highway to Bontoc...

A close-up of the bridge shot from above... From the

National Hwy pointing up to where we made the photo...

Waiting for the landslide to get hauled away

the bottom of the mountain (Tree

at the top of the mountain... From 

and  tractor above the house)




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is it advisable to visit sagada during months of july and august? safe nmn b ang roads at okay ang mga tourist spots? marami p rin bng tourists kahit maulan? hoping for ansewrs to my inquirires.. thanks! :)
donna | bulacan, philippines
Sunday, July 22, 2012 at 10:34:36 PM PST

I like that place. really, that's why i want to go there also.. maybe someday
eva m.cruz | | bacoor cavite
Thursday, July 12, 2012 at 11:05:08 AM PST

We were in sagada for 2 nights. the place is beautiful! the sumaguing cave experience is worth the time and effort. i survived! we went to baguio from sagada and saw the vegetable terraces. what a site! i loved my sagada trip and i'd like to be back in the near future.
lynette pascual | | quezon city, philippines
Monday, May 23, 2011 at 08:38:10 PM PST

I have been wanting to see and visit Sagada one of these days. Im hoping that it would be a fruitful experience for me. I am praying that i will be able to fulfill this within two years
Pipo Diestro | Cebu City
Sunday, May 22, 2011 at 12:05:13 AM PST

no. nga or contacts ng municipal hall ng sagada???
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Sunday, April 24, 2011 at 11:13:37 PM PST

Thursday, March 31, 2011 at 08:20:16 PM PST

wow!sagada is a very nice place,how i wish my father wil bring me ther soon and meet my grandmom nd dad..
brayden ticobay | brayen asly millare ticobay | bangued abra
Wednesday, March 30, 2011 at 08:39:22 AM PST

This actually answered my drawback, thank you! recumbent fitness bikes
BusGusiacuddy | | 
Wednesday, March 23, 2011 at 03:00:48 AM PST

I love my hometown, Sagada, a place where you learn to love and appreciate nature. The hospitality of the peace-loving people is something to be proud of. Thanks God, I am an Igorot.
Jerry | | Baguio City
Thursday, March 10, 2011 at 05:51:41 AM PST

KARL BASTIAN QUINAGORAN | kelly@yahoo.com_baguio city | ankileng sagada
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 10:59:37 PM PST

sagada is the best place in mountain province...especially to our barrangay at ankileng mountain province.,,alam nyo maraming mga turista na pumupunta sa sagada lalong-lalo na sa sagada cave.. . . .if you want to go to the sagada cave? i'm here to tourguide you. jejejeje that's all falks thankz......
Tuesday, February 22, 2011 at 10:49:46 PM PST

last Feb. 2010 nagpunta kami ng bestfrnd ko..super ganda..kaya lang nabitin kami sa un lang leave namin sa office..this coming holy week..babalik kami uli..mag relax, bonding moment namin..paalis na kasi sya going to canada..
edgar san miguel | | bulacan, davao, makati
Monday, February 21, 2011 at 04:04:06 AM PST

We're planning to visit sagada this summer, we don't have itineraries yet, we don't have any idearegarding the fares and hotel fees. Can you give us some info. we really want to go there. :) thank you so much!
Niña Miguel | | Manila, Philippines
Thursday, February 17, 2011 at 01:17:14 AM PST

i would like to know if where we find the saddas, a place where u can find a beautiful cave with secret tunnel....and i want also to see the real hanging coffins....its cool...i wish we can go there with my husband to feel our adventures there in sagada,....and how much is the entrance fee for your spot there and the tourist guide... thank you!
Alexis Slade | | montreal, quebec, canada
Sunday, February 13, 2011 at 03:13:27 AM PST

concreting of dantay-sagada road is now on need to use your 4x4 truck to reach this pine forest town, can now use low floored vehicle once the road concreting is finished.
steph | | quezon city
Wednesday, February 09, 2011 at 04:10:20 AM PST

Good day! My boyfriend and his friend had been there b4.and they enjoyed staying into your place."wow" i've never been there but hopely f gods permit one time i can visit the beautiful place sagada.. by the way,for the second time my boyfriend together his friend are there right now.they just arrived for an hour...they missed ur enjoy guys staying there...tace care Keep clean and green the place..goodbless!
rovelyn bautista | rvlynbautista@yahoo.con | hongkong
Saturday, February 05, 2011 at 10:54:00 PM PST

i love sagada lalo d2 ko ntagpuan yong girl na sobrang mganda for me,,,,nice place nice people balikbalikan mo miss kona ung mga naging friend ko xa sagada
clarenze cute | | cebu city
Monday, January 24, 2011 at 11:05:37 PM PST

wow..nice naman kailan kaya aq mkapunta jn...tlagang so beautiful nice place...
les | | Tabuk kalinga
Wednesday, January 05, 2011 at 10:58:53 PM PST

wow...tlagang maganda sana xa sagada pero malau naman...maganda cguro may cooperation ang mga taga sagada..ambaru anbakasyunan sana taga dun ang mapangasawa q...jejejejejejejejeje....kidding...
shirley | | Tabuk city kalinga
Wednesday, January 05, 2011 at 10:48:25 PM PST

hahaiii...;;tlgang maganda xa i wish to go there...amud pa gai di baru na inkau kad sidi yoy...agayab kau mt nu apan kau idjay jejejeje....HERE MY CONTACT #09126250346...
shirley calsiyao | | Tabuk city kalinga
Wednesday, January 05, 2011 at 10:40:49 PM PST

what a nice place. how i wish that someday, i can visit the place. MABUHAY ANG MGA TAGA SAGADA!
judiet | | kidapawan city
Monday, November 15, 2010 at 05:27:58 AM PST

There's no place like Sagada....I LOVE IT!!!! Ipeyas nan gawis,,,,
Shao | | Sagada
Friday, November 05, 2010 at 04:58:48 AM PST

I am from mountain provinvce and i am so glad and thankful that this road got to an attention. It was a long time problem of people and tourist traveling which should have been fixed by our past leaders. Going to this places is just near but due to the hard road that makes travel difficult. Thank you and more power!!!
teddy tuazon | | Auckland, New Zealand
Monday, October 18, 2010 at 04:47:00 PM PST

amazing! the natural beauty of nature is undeniable...Once,we went to TADIAN and all i can say is WOW!so I'm sure that SAGADA is an another WOW!..Thanks a lot to the maker of this site,God bless and more power!
BeLen Manoddom | | Alice center,Block B,3rd Floor,Mansourieh,Beirut,Lebanon
Sunday, October 17, 2010 at 12:02:11 PM PST

sagada is a nice place, try to go there surely your going to enjoy especially if ur nature lover. next tym i'll bring all my balikbayan friends there... go sagada!!!
odie | | bulacan
Wednesday, October 06, 2010 at 07:15:59 PM PST

Hi, I would like to know if you can help me find a good place to stay ( preferably native huts or cottages ) in Sagada. can anybody ( a licensed tour guide ) assist my trip from Manila - Banaue - Sagada? There will be 20 persons in our group and we want to have a private bus on our entire trip. Here is my contact number : 09398921779. Thanks...
Cherry Lou | | Boracay Island, Aklan Philippines
Monday, September 06, 2010 at 11:31:22 PM PST

the tourist guide,Katrina Manacnes, and I became friends and corresponded. I sent some books for her son when I visited with my brothers and Dr. Robert S. Laubach in 1996. Laubach drive in Baugio is named for his father, Dr. Frank C. Laubach who translated many of the languages into a written form. His book "Each One Teach One" was the beginning of a literacy program for the Philippines and later very many countries over the world. I would like for Katrina to e-mail or write to me. I pray for her. or my mail address is noted above. I also have a friend, Dr. Conrad Zapanta who comes to the Good News Clinic at Babaue and also will be at Ifugao provincial Hospital in Lagawe January 31 to February 4, 2011. He does reconstructive facial surgery as a free service to the patients.
Doris W. Lindsay | | P.O. Box 3500, Greensboro, N.C. USA
Saturday, August 21, 2010 at 04:39:33 PM PST

how i wish na mkapunta ako ng sagada beautiful places tlaga fresh air lalo na pag my problema ang tao mwawala tlaga hahay..... bka my mabait jan elebre ako jz txt 09214248161
ana | | mindanao
Tuesday, July 13, 2010 at 07:09:52 PM PST

hi, to tourist who are scared about going to Sagada, we're deeply sorry about the road. We all feel the same but the government is doing their best to improve it. Going there is part of the thrill that's why it's called Mountain Province but i assure you, you won't regret once you're there and if you want a nice place to stay with private rooms and secured garrage then i recommend you to visit Gecko Inn. You can reach Gecko Inn by mail or by phone(09197261114) or you can simply email. Goodluck and have lots of fun.
Luz Agasen Maraneg | | Oxford
Saturday, June 19, 2010 at 03:03:33 AM PST

Pumunta po kami dito nung summer. Nakakatakot po ang kalsada. maalikabok at marami road cuts. anu ba ginawa mga political leaders nyo dito ng maraming taon at pinabayaan ang development sa lugar na eto? sayang lang ang gastos kasi sa kalsada lang naubos ang oras. kung maganda sana ang kalsada, maganda po ang biyahe dito sana.
Irene Asilio | Bataan
Monday, May 31, 2010 at 12:30:16 AM PST

ganda naman sa sagada! wish i can go there with my family. suggest naman po kyo where we can have an affordable tour package. thank you!
venus lacno | | cainta greenland, rizal
Saturday, May 29, 2010 at 10:16:35 PM PST

From sagada po, pwede na po kayong, dumiretso ng baguio, may guide naman po papuntang baguio, pagbaba ng sagada, From Manila via Banaue to Sagda 13hours, from Manila via Baguio to Sagad 13 hours. then so it's better po na mag via banaue kayo to enjoy the view of nueva vizcaya, then go to sagada, then baguio, then la union po ang daan nyo going to ilocos, from la union to ilocos po 2 hours nalang po.
jazz | | Marilo Bualcan
Friday, May 07, 2010 at 08:54:57 AM PST

Hello! from balintawak po, take sta. rita exit and diretso lang po sundan nyo lang po yung national road, going to nueva ecija, nueva vizcaya, banaue and may sign naman po paglagpas nyo sa banaue hotel left side po going to sagada, i suggest na alis po kayo ng 3AM ang biyahe po 13 hours, but nakuha lang po namin ng 10 and half hour. pag pupunta po kayo sa sumaging cave wag nyo pong kalimutan na magdala ng bottle na may water para pang hugas, medyo maputik po kasi lalo na po may part po na maraming paniki mahahawakan nyo po yung dumi nila kasi po pagbaba ng cave no choice po talagakailangan pon humawak sa bato na may surprise, pagpupunta po kayo sa Bomod-ok falls tig 1 liter each person po na water ang dalhin nyo, mahirap po kasi ang paakyat kailangan po ng water nakaka uhaw po kasi. mazda3 po ang dala namin na sasakyan, naka survive naman po yung car, light lang ang mga clothes na dalhin nyo and magaang lang din yung mga things na dadalhin nyo. The Best po yung Sagada nag enjoy yung 3 kids namin.Pakarga na akyo ng gas sa Nuva Vizcaya, mahal na po kasi sa Bontoc.
Jazz | | Marilao Bulacan
Friday, May 07, 2010 at 08:48:42 AM PST

i want to visit the sagada province, looks like its nice to go there and to live togethere with my husband, hope we can go there.
anne carulla | | #118 calle garcia street, urdaneta city
Monday, April 12, 2010 at 03:08:56 AM PST

I'm still abroad and I am really encouraged to visit sagada by may. the pictures look great and what a nice shots. kudos to whoever is the the photographer. i'm also a hobbyist. please do me a favor to answer some of my queries: is it ok if we pass through banawe first, then sagada, pass through and visit ilocos sur and then conclude our trip in baguio? This will be our first time to visit mountain province,banawe and ilocos sur. hope you can provide me some roadmaps that begins in balintawak or north expressway. by the way, when was these pictures taken specially the roads? thanks and God bless . . .
Gene S. Moron Jr. | | San pedro, Laguna, Philippines
Friday, April 09, 2010 at 05:56:56 AM PST

sandy balisado | jun3maynine@YAHOO.COM | IMPASUG ONG BUKIDNON
Tuesday, April 06, 2010 at 03:00:03 AM PST

gusto ko mag bakasyon sa sagada,mt.province matagal ko nang naririnig na maganda lugar na ito.mas lalo akong nagka interest magbakasyon sa sagada dahil napanood ko sa trip na trip ng abs-cbn.ask ko lang po from baguio papano makakarating sa sagada?at hindi ba mahirap mag hanap ng place to stay?thank you.
bhee | | guam,u.s.a
Saturday, April 03, 2010 at 09:20:01 PM PST

Nice photos! How I wish to go back there someday! It's really a fascinating experience being with Sagadans. They're cool. Thanks!
Felipe Colacion | | Iloilo, Philippines
Thursday, March 25, 2010 at 10:00:41 PM PST

nice photos.. i remember some photos.. ive been there before and stayed for almost a week.. i can say that this place is super ganda tlga.. sana makabalik uli ako dito sometime..
Alex Titong | | Taguig City, Philppines
Thursday, March 18, 2010 at 11:50:57 PM PST

iam planning to go to sagada this april.can you help me to find a place to stay in affordable price?only for 3days?
emily i. delapena | | bulakan
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at 07:01:50 PM PST

saan po pwd mag stay sa sagada na affordable price lang within 3-7 days???
annessa | | manila
Wednesday, March 10, 2010 at 12:24:30 PM PST

Hello there!! we are planning to go to sagada this holy week march 21-april 3 unfortunately I really don't know how to go there. Is there any one can help me on reaching the place by commuting (PUB or PUJ)? Here's my contact 0919-8383255. Thanks!!!
June Baes | | Santiago City, Isabela
Sunday, March 07, 2010 at 12:09:56 AM PST

nagsisi ako coz i wasnt able to join my friend when they go their last time, sana nakasama ako, ganda pala ng place, relaxing in a sense..
tonton | | makati city
Tuesday, March 02, 2010 at 08:06:11 PM PST

how i wish i could go there
ivy angelica lacson | | baguio city,benguet,phillippines
Monday, February 15, 2010 at 02:57:44 AM PST

good afternun ganduyan, kadya ipost yu nan caving pics u ta buyaen mi
rhandy | rhandz_2010? | besao
Thursday, February 11, 2010 at 11:20:53 PM PST

sagada is a beautiful place to go u can explore and see the virgin forest............u can see a true meaning of nature......its just that u cannot explain your feelings if you go roots where i came from.i love sagada my cannot exchange this place to any place in the world......its nice to be back home again
lingling | | apayao
Monday, February 08, 2010 at 09:26:31 PM PST

What's the distance between Sagada and Bontoc in kilometers.
Melrose | | USA
Wednesday, February 03, 2010 at 08:48:03 PM PST

JANECY | mountain province
Monday, January 18, 2010 at 01:53:01 AM PST

hi guys...i always dreamed to see sagada i've been in baguio many times,i really want to visit sagada and experience picking fresh oranges can u help me give me detail how much cost the hotel charge with matching picking oranges is it safe to go ther with car not 4 wheel drive...from baguio how many hours...thnks
cecille magsino | | phi/canada
Thursday, January 14, 2010 at 07:17:13 AM PST

hai!gawis ay mountain province!!!aye mayamya tet ewa nan ili tko ay sagada!continue to preserve our beautiful nature,always keep our place clean and green....matago tago tako am in c apo dios d wadw jn datako am in!!!IPEYAS NAN GAWIS!!!!GOD BLESS US ALL!!!merry christmas and a happy new year to one and all
jacky | | la trinidad benguet
Friday, November 27, 2009 at 12:13:49 AM PST

nice site!!! more pix pa po of sagada! hehe
angel | | tarlac
Wednesday, November 25, 2009 at 05:48:33 PM PST

Pwede ko kamo nga matabangan kung unsaon pag-adto sa Sagada kundi man sa Bontoc. Itext ra ko sa 09084684046 kundi mag email kamo sa ako. Pwede ko kayong matulungan kung papaano pumunta ng Sagada. Text n'yo lang ako sa 09084684046 o kaya ay mag email sa akin. I can help to guide you haow to simply reach Sagada. Just text me at +639084684046 or drop me an email. FOR GENERAL INFORMATION: CAN ALSO SUGGEST VISITING MALIGCONG RICE TERRACES AND THE HOT SPRING IN MAIINIT FROM THE MUNICIPALITY OF BONTOC. ALSO THE MUNICIPALITY OF BARLIG AND NATONIN AND ENJOY THE BREATH TAKING SCENERIES ALONG THE WAY UP AND ALSO THE VERY COLD WEATHER OF THE PLACE. FEEL LIKE ADVENTUROUS? THESE SPOTS WILL MAKE YOU FEL THE LOVE OF NATURE THROUGH THE JUNGLE LIKE ENVIRONMENT ALONG THE WAY AND AROUND THE MUNICIPALITIES AND VILLAGES IN THERE. IF NOT YOU CAN ALSO ENJOY WHITE RIVER RAFTING THROUGH THE MIGHTY CHICO RIVER(AMKINNAK) Till then, God bless al of us. I appreciate having this thing in here. The pictures mostly.
Kith U. +639084684046 | | Bontoc,Mountain Province..right now here in Cubao, QC.
Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at 11:46:57 PM PST

the best talaga ang mT. pRovince.. ..continue to preserve iTs nAtural beauty.. ...PROUD to say that am an IGOROT...
kitkit | | Mt. province, Philippines
Tuesday, November 17, 2009 at 04:06:01 AM PST

since i was fourth year high school i always been dreaming to go to Mt.Province especially the beauty of Sadaga. But, lately it was damaged by the two super typhoon especially the hagupit of typhoon peping.But still i always wanted to go to THE CITY OF PINES. hoping! with fourth year best friends..
jacquiline vergara | | Bo.SanJosePurok 3 Talambam ,CebuCity
Saturday, October 17, 2009 at 10:20:38 PM PST

thanks for the info. my friends and i plan to visit sagada during the sembreak (3rd or 4th week of october)... can you advise us where we can find an affordable place to stay? thank you...
Cheng | | Abra
Monday, October 05, 2009 at 06:14:51 AM PST

Hi!!! we're planning to go to sagada sometime oct31-Nov2... matutudo ngata idiay? we'll be taking the tagudin-cervantes-sabangan road, will it be possible? mas malapit kc un since we're from ilocos norte... would love to hear from u soon... thanks!!!!
Michelle | | San Nicolas, Ilocos Norte
Tuesday, September 29, 2009 at 12:23:33 AM PST

Nagpintas dagidiay pictures. Sapay koma ta makapan kami met idiay Sagada. Adda plano mi kadagidiay officemate ko na last week Nov. kami makapan.
NOSREME GOMEZ ATRAGI | | Barangay Curtin, Sinait, Ilocos Sur
Friday, September 25, 2009 at 07:14:27 AM PST

I love the place so much, Great for relaxation and soul searching... Enjoyed the caves, the people and the climate. The people will welcome you with open arms.
Maridel San Juan | | Baguio City, Philippines
Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 10:11:03 PM PST

wish one day i can visit this beautiful place.more often goes to baguio during my bikedays and passby it or missed this place...weve been to pagudpud last 2007 when i got my vacation from foreign travel and i dream of oneday i will be there...maybe soon.....see ya....
carlos santos | | pasig city..philippines
Tuesday, September 01, 2009 at 05:18:59 AM PST

hello, I just want to ask if it is safe or good to visit sagada tommorrow, weather update says that their is a tropical deppression here at northern luzon, I just want to ask anyone who is in sagada right now to give me info about the weather condition there. thank you
jun | | baguio
Monday, August 03, 2009 at 01:26:46 AM PST

Hi! I want someday i can go there in sagada or any place there in Mt. Province, I really like travelling. But I just do it if I just have a time. the place is so very nice place.
Jona | | Paco, Manila
Wednesday, July 29, 2009 at 08:05:36 PM PST

I wish I was able to reach Sagada when I went to Bontoc in the year 1981. Bontoc was a very nice and beautiful place. I remember what I've seen in this picture. The Halsema Road and the road to Bontoc. Please post some more. Thanks
Admir Soriano | | Sacramento, CA, USA
Friday, June 12, 2009 at 04:31:26 PM PST

i enjoy all the views. . ang ganda ng sagada
brix | | baguio city,phils.
Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 11:55:15 PM PST

...i love 2 go 2 mt. province but i nver hv d chance...
jez | | baguio city
Monday, April 27, 2009 at 07:01:58 AM PST

kulang!!!maed nan balangagan cave ed maduto..ay mabalin kad menpaguide umey ed kad anmi ed taccong tay naynaamasak gawis talaga nan kad antako ya ili..proude that we are all visitors of our hometown you are all welcome,my fellow sagadeno we must preserve our culture and traditions for the future generation to come..gawis ay madatngan nan an ak ya ap o.....epeyas nan gawis
kenjo | | tac
Friday, April 24, 2009 at 06:57:52 PM PST

Ang ganda ito next ride namin
beau hebra | | Tarlac City
Thursday, April 23, 2009 at 10:37:55 PM PST

wow ang agnda pala ng sagada kahit hindi pa ako nakapagpunta mga magazines kulang nakita at na basa....amizing beettyyful tlaa
jacky vergs | | san jose purok3talamban cebu city
Sunday, April 05, 2009 at 09:23:26 PM PST

My family is planning to go to Sagada on the 3rd week of April. Can anyone help me on how to go there from BAguio . . how long does it take? How can we get reservations in the dorm run by the episcopalian nuns?
Carolyn Saison | | Taculing BAcolod City
Monday, March 30, 2009 at 10:05:55 PM PST

me and my friends are planning to visit sagada this holy week.i just wanna know if there's a direct trip from manila.or do we have to go to baguio muna?and from baguio me sakayan ba puntang sagada.i have my email add here.tnx 4 ur help guys.
grace dela cruz | | quezon city
Monday, March 30, 2009 at 05:49:08 AM PST

my family would like to visit sagada this coming holy week as part of a tour of the mountain province and baguio. Can you advise us if we can or cannot drive our toyota altis to sagada. Most friends who have been there claim the roads are not for light cars, but i heard the the roads were constructed already. please let me know... my cel is 09217117144. thanks
beng | quezon city
Friday, March 13, 2009 at 11:10:22 PM PST

I've been in Sagada 4 times since 2004 and i love it... people, place and the culture. And when i get back to the Philippines I will surely visit Sagada again with my friends and family.
mai | | fort walton beach, florida
Saturday, March 07, 2009 at 07:05:40 PM PST

wow i'm from barlig mountain province and live in bontoc for atleast 7 years but i did not have the chance to see sagada,and now i'm planning that when i go back home my plan is to go see sagada especially to see their famous cave.see u der in me at bless us all
rowena ongan | | ontario,canada
Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at 12:07:19 PM PST

I'm planning to go to Sagada with my backpack on the first week of March. It's my first time to go there and I'm quite excited. Is there anyone who would want to join me? U can txt me @ 0918-4650087 so that we could meet there.
Don | Bacoor, Cavite
Monday, February 23, 2009 at 12:58:02 AM PST

My mother was from Bontoc and my father was from Tadian. Year 2001, We went there together with my Lolo and cousins. I really want to go to Sagada, but we doesn't have enough time to go there that time, (lalo naman ngayon). So, thank you so much for posting photos for Sagada. It help me a lot to clarify my mind what Sagada look like.
Geraldine Keyda | | Villamiemban, Cordon, Isabela
Tuesday, February 17, 2009 at 07:37:04 AM PST

sagada is a one of the beautiful place on mt. province ansd if given a chance i would like to visit thisplace... viva sagada....
jennifer | | 2a9 ledesma st aurora hill baguio city
Sunday, February 08, 2009 at 06:14:30 PM PST

nice pics...hi! im kay from and my friends were planning to go in sagada by march 20-22. And im the one in charge for our trip... its our first time to go in sagada so i need an expert advices where are the perfect places we can go...afordable transient we can stay for one night..fare for the trips...would you mind to email me?here is my email add
kay krisen | | 153 blk 5 west rembo Makati City
Tuesday, February 03, 2009 at 08:21:47 PM PST

nice site hindi pa ako naka punta ng sagada sa tv kolang nakita at dito sa manga picture .maganda. one day if i have a lot of time and visit the lovely place.
rhona | no email add | aust
Wednesday, January 28, 2009 at 05:34:45 AM PST

there's no place like sagada... if you love adventure, love nature, visit this typical would give you an awesome trip..if you are looking for a guide, contact this no. 09197856140 or e-mail us at
george dapliyan | | sagada philippines
Saturday, January 17, 2009 at 05:43:38 AM PST

welcome to sagada!!! incase you need an assistance in visiting the place, im willing to be of help. im a native of sagada and a professional tourist guide. see you! my mobile number is: 09106346855
randy | sagada, mountain province
Saturday, January 17, 2009 at 01:55:02 AM PST

....haha no comment...wada kod grud d man volunteer ay mang i tour en saken csa ay... hehe
jlynpith | | benguet
Tuesday, January 06, 2009 at 07:00:23 PM PST

nice site,
lester | | sagada mountain province
Saturday, January 03, 2009 at 07:01:14 AM PST

yes, helpful now i know how far Sagada really was 498km. it will cost me more or less 2,000 or 120liters of diesel to get there,One way trip. hope one of this days i have time to visit Sagada.
jinky bustamante | | Quezon City Laloma Philippines
Friday, January 02, 2009 at 05:12:19 AM PST

just would like to have an idea on how to get there from manila to sagada if were on a private vehicle? kindly give us advise about weather condition we plan to leave on jan 1, 2009 any idea please please text text thru this number 09178951273 or email us asap would like to ask nice places to stay in sagada. is it really safe?
joy | | pasig city
Tuesday, December 30, 2008 at 06:48:25 AM PST

i'm a pure blooded igorot born at the city of baguio but then migrated here at Pangasinan. my father is from fedelisan sagada while my mother is from Bontoc. I would say yah sagada is one of the most beautiful place i have seen. once in every two years we go there for a family reunion. Sagada a place on top of the mountain, so cold and a so nice and peaceful place. a place with beautiful sceneries such as the caves found in there, the water falls, the ever green rice terraces, ideal also for hiking, photo taking, and aha perhaps jamming.
juliet | | Umingan, Pangasinan, Philippines
Sunday, December 28, 2008 at 01:31:45 AM PST

I have not been to Sagada yet. I'm sure this place is one I want to see if I have a chance. When am I going to visit this area of Philippines ? Only time can tell. I am getting old and no time for anything. Philippines is a beautiful place to see talking about sceneries...
Mar A. Laroco | 318 La Roco St., Vallejo, CA. 94590 USA
Tuesday, December 23, 2008 at 12:15:14 AM PST

I was in a Nissan Sentra.. The roads in Mountain Province are really rough.. But don't overload and should be OK.. See the Index of this and check Ifagao, Mountain and Benguet Provinces, Look close at all the Photos.. It is the National highway both from Banauae and Baguio.. I love those Provinces.. same as above
Phil | Florida, USA
Tuesday, December 16, 2008 at 08:12:36 PM PST

My wife and I, together with our three kids and 2 two friends, are planning on visiting Sagada. First timers for my family. What is the condition of the road? Do you think an Toyota Innova will make the trip up? I appreciate your advise. Thanks!
samdavs | | Muntinlupa
Tuesday, December 16, 2008 at 05:36:42 AM PST

im only 4 yrs old, to see those pictures, its really an awesome..& im proud to say dat i am IGOROT. i told my mom to visit sagada & she said one day we will visit der. my mom is fr ankileng sagada mt province both my lolo and lola are fr sagada. my father is fr tuegegarao cagayan valley. go TOROGI.....
arkeen paulo blanza | | igorot vill. valley glf. rd. cainta,rizal
Monday, December 01, 2008 at 03:46:25 AM PST

It will always be an enchanting place to visit. Find time and marvel the beauty of nature,the caves and feel the serenity............. have fun !!!!!
dreena daw-as | | Sagada / uk
Friday, November 28, 2008 at 04:21:03 PM PST

Its my dream to visit the beautiful place of sagada and hopefully it will come true at last coz my friend jst chat me ds evening and invited me to visit sagada by next week and my heart bit faster of excitement. So get ready people of sagada here i come and im sure this will be my most unforgetable experience in my whole life...
ayen cruz | | metro manila philippines
Friday, November 28, 2008 at 10:24:18 AM PST

hi.. my frend and i are planning to visit "the beautiful place of SAGADA" this coming 2nd week of december.. and were hoping u could help us to find a cheaper place for a night and a tourist guide for a day only.. here's my contact # 0920-2219309.. thnx for posting this site.. more power..
Jo | | San Andress Bukid Manila
Friday, November 28, 2008 at 10:09:42 AM PST

Hey Hello!I was there in sagada last few weeks ago.I visited my relatives there, specially my lola.It was a great and nice experienced to go in sagada.Oh, I loved the place...At ang saya ng bognas.Nagcaving din kami at very exciting.My kuya is a tourist guide. I assure you,you can trust him. and if you want to stay there long. you can check in the igorot inn or in the olahbinan inn. It is a nice place were you can rest safety there. this is the # of my kuya Perry Page-et +639197152894 and my anut. Hilda Piludin +639284067647 Go in sagada so that you can see what i saw and you can experienced what i feel.
sheila | | mindanao, butuan city
Thursday, November 27, 2008 at 08:10:51 PM PST

hmnnnnn.....nice....ei....that was nice.....hmnnn.....might get a pic of tadian nd post it let you see guys how wonderful it is to see a bountiful beauty of nature....(",)
leona | | tadian mt. province
Wednesday, November 26, 2008 at 05:35:34 PM PST

Thank you for such wonderful insights. I'm planning to go to Sagada on my own next week. Can you recommend of a cheap accommodation? Also, how can I contact a tour guide if I intend to visit some caves? I heard it is unsafe to explore Sagada caves without a guide. Thanks, please contact me also at +639216034290.
Krista | | Bulacan
Tuesday, November 25, 2008 at 04:48:00 PM PST

sa mga nabasa kong comments nakaka excite talagang pumunta .. thats why pupunta na kami this coming nov 26 2008 see you there
edith | | meycauayan bulacan
Wednesday, November 19, 2008 at 08:24:12 AM PST

Thanks for sharing to everybody the pictures that they took during their Sagada trip.I was once again had the chance to see all those beautiful mountains.terraces,rivers and roads going to my land of birth.I am very proud to be an Igorot.I was born in Data,Sabangan graduated elem. there and studied high school at the MPGCHS in Bontoc but sad to say that my last visit there was in 1779.I know we have more to show in that province not only Sagada but in other municipalities.iam looking forward to go there when i go back home.i encourage you readers to go there and see you won't regret.
feliza moyaen camba | | 4909 switch grass way bakersfield california 93313
Monday, November 17, 2008 at 02:31:16 AM PST

Me and my office colleagues visited Sagada last June and it really filled me with awe. I haven't been to a place situated in the middle of a mighty mountain range before. Truly, it is a town of extremes: for the adventurous and for the sentimental. I can't wait to return to this humble yet extraordinary town!
JC | | Mandaluyong City, Philippines
Wednesday, November 12, 2008 at 07:04:06 AM PST

this place is beautyful wonderful place right!
sunrise hull | | USA
Sunday, October 26, 2008 at 02:01:15 PM PST

hello guys! malamig ba talaga sa sagada? im planning to go there for a vacation
Dr. Marco Paulo Culala | | mariveles, bataan
Wednesday, October 22, 2008 at 08:23:21 AM PST

I was born in Tadian, Mt.Province but we migrated in Palawan year 1989.I've been in Sagada last December 2000 for vacation with my aunt. it was long ago but i was really amazed to the beauty of the place, the presevation of nature w/c is being protected by the people of Sagada and the was really a nice place for vacation, to relax and unwine.ops! before i forget come visit also the beauty of Gods creation in Palawan, Philippines.
Nollie S Vergara | | Palawan, Philippines
Monday, September 29, 2008 at 05:22:32 AM PST

Wow...cannot say more! Thank you very much for visiting my beloved hometown Sagada. Looking at the pictures bring good memories. Thanks for appreciating The Shangrila of the Philippines. People who went there said it is a Land Forgotten By Time because Sagada folks have well preserved the beautiful town. Whew I was wondering when will I go back there again.
Noelles Dawn Padlan | | Luzernerring 64, 4056, Basel, Switzerland
Tuesday, September 23, 2008 at 02:12:53 PM PST

one of the beautiful in the philippines i want to stay here for good but i dont where to find a job kung meron kayong alam na job sa sagada just email me kahit mura lang sweldo papayag ako Neria
neria | | mandaluyong city
Monday, September 22, 2008 at 04:33:01 AM PST

wow!! i've been looking forward going to sagada with idea how many hours from our place to sagada and where is the best stop over
ganjanz | | Muntinlupa City
Sunday, September 21, 2008 at 08:32:08 PM PST

Sept 6, 2008 ko ito narating. Sa ganda ng lugar parang ayaw ko ng umalis. Maganda ang atmosphere, malayo sa gulo at tahimik. idealk talaga sa mga gustong magbakasyon.
julius ceasar m. perez | | laguna
Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 04:16:08 AM PST

The best place iove ever visited. SObrang naapreciate ko yong wealth nating mga pilipino. It encourade me to push my course to be become a certified forester. Sobrang layo talaga sa kabihasnan. Very relaxing. Sana mabisita nyo din ito.....
julius ceasar m. perez | | Laguna,
Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 04:13:43 AM PST

We've been to sagada last March 2008,it's a great place for adventurers.Sumaguing cave experience was breathtaking, was great!!!When you get there try to visit PERSIMOON,it's a small bar,cozy & cool.It's a place for poets,artist...Poem reading every friday.A good place for "barkada" :) People in Sagada are very nice.
Tess Mendoza | | Apalit,Pampanga
Friday, September 19, 2008 at 07:44:11 PM PST

We've been in Sagada last Feb '08. We had the greatest time there. Worth travelling for almost 12 hours.. Our suggestion: Make use of the map (dont hire tour guides). We were able to tour the whole place all by ourselves (except for the Cave Connection thingy which really requires an experienced local to guide you through Lumiang and Sumaging caves). Here's Log Cabin's contact #, 09205200463. Dont miss the Saturday Dinner buffet there... (and dont forget to place reservations) :)
Jhayke | Makati
Tuesday, September 16, 2008 at 11:13:41 AM PST

hello taga sagadeno......gawis ay agew u amin dita..hheeeheee......sana isang arw mkakapunta kmi jan ng mga barkada ko.....kahit tag mt.prov ako eh d me pa rin nakakapunta jan eh ksi dto me sa baguio nag aaral....AT LUMAKI.......good day...see you there
faith | | sadanga,baguio,philippines
Wednesday, September 10, 2008 at 10:48:18 PM PST

yeah, ganda tlga sa sagada. dapat matagal tlga ang stay sa sagada para na enjoy at ma appreciate ang ganda at ang culture ng mga cordillerans.. i really really wanted to go again in sagada..
maria | | baguio
Monday, September 08, 2008 at 01:41:26 AM PST

Huwow nmn!!!!!!!! sobrang ganda talaga ng Sagada!!!!!!!!! grabe,kailan kaya ako makakapunta jan? hindi na ko makapaghintay lalo na ng makita ko yung mga pictures na'to,At oras na makapunta ko dito susulitin ko talaga ang bawat oras at ciempre dapat meron din akong maipost na pictures dito di ba? wala talaga kong masabi kung di wow!!!!! sana lang masave pa yan ng mga tao para nmn makita pa ng iba....
Andra | | Philippines
Wednesday, September 03, 2008 at 12:34:03 AM PST

thanks for posting these photos of my beloved town...the workout contributed tourism - a way that will make sagada worth visiting and an encouragement to the people of sagada to prepare themselves to be more accommodating by all means...among those who wants to go there, rest assured you won't regret any day of stay. have a nice trip!
ruby | | kuwait/sagada
Tuesday, September 02, 2008 at 06:46:06 PM PST

Hello! I have heard so much of Sagada so I reaaly wanted to visit the place. My husband and I are planning to have a vacation in Dec at Baguio City and I think it would be timely to go to your place. Could you help us regarding transportation, accomodation or place to stay and where to go to because we want to have a memorable adventure. We'll be looking forward for your response. I'll be waiting. Thanks! God Bless You!
Marites Diong | | Iloilo, Philippines
Tuesday, August 05, 2008 at 12:30:13 AM PST

I have heard so much of the place. My husband and I are planning to have our vacation in Baguio in Dec but I want to visit also Sagada. Could you help us regarding the transportation, place to stay, etc so that we can have a vry memorable moments there. Looking forward for your response. I'll be waiting. Thanks & God Bless you!
Marites Diong | | Iloilo, Philippines
Tuesday, August 05, 2008 at 12:25:38 AM PST

Thank you for posting my hometown on your web
nora kim | | Dantay
Saturday, August 02, 2008 at 08:11:11 AM PST

a really nice place! hope to get back there someday!
Robert Malapo | | 415 laurilla st., Pitogo, Makati City
Friday, August 01, 2008 at 11:37:25 PM PST

Hello.... to the people of Sagada.somoday like to Visit the Beautiful Place. I Love Verry Much.
Danny Simangan | | Ontario Canada
Wednesday, July 30, 2008 at 03:51:25 AM PST

You do my hometown proud with all the photos you have splashed over the worldwide web. All of the pictures stir up a lot of homesickness and nostalgia... More power to you!!!
lynn | | Houston, Texas USA
Monday, July 21, 2008 at 06:16:33 PM PST

for so many years already i'm planning to go to sagada with my own 4 x 4 land cruiser-toyota. please educate me on the road if it's ok and if possible can i have a road map starting from baguio and the one within the route to sagada. thank you very much. gene v. balatayo
gene v. balatayo |;; | blk 60, lot 20, soldier's hill village, putatan, muntinlupa city
Tuesday, July 15, 2008 at 11:29:22 PM PST

Thanx a lot for visiting my beloved place Sagada.I'am very pleased to see there's a site like this when i visited sagada on my computer.You know when i started viewing the photos i kept wondering if the roads are still the same or whats new in sagada.I havent bn home for years that's all.Anyway,for those of u who wants to go there for the first time don't worry.Sagada s the safest place to visit.We sagadians are very warm and loving people and helpful too you'll see
linda | | tel aviv, Israel
Sunday, June 29, 2008 at 03:19:35 AM PST

sagada is one of the best place that i ever.. one of the gift to me in my birthday. i love the culture and the food very cool place place wherein you can relax and letting go all the stress and pollution in urban place
amie | | makati city philippies
Wednesday, June 25, 2008 at 06:53:14 PM PST

I remember that photo with a caption " Bridge shot from above", near that bridge is a rice fields which I've been helping my grandparents cultivating...that was when i was 6 yrs old.. Very nice to see that picture from you and i love to experience the feeling of working and walking (with a heavy load at your back like palay harvest and other stuff)that place again.It was a difficult for me then, but that is what life is. Have the courage to overcome these difficulties. So to all those who want to have some adventure,i advise you to carry your backpack and enjoy the trek. To people who originated in Sagada like me, make it a dream to come back. As the saying goes, there's no place like home. Suma-a tako ta mangil-an si nan entako nalpuan... God bless to all.
Rick | | Manama, Bahrain
Tuesday, June 24, 2008 at 07:39:28 AM PST

Such a very beautiful place. I have tears when I saw the pictures..... I lived my early years in the BOY'S DORM....such a unforgetable memory.. It's been almost 40 years that I did not visit my Alma Mater......God Bless You All/Rommel
ROMMEL MAPILE | | San Jose , Ca, USA..95111
Thursday, June 19, 2008 at 07:30:22 AM PST

inquiry:best person/organization/church to ask from re possible relocation to sagada mt prov.any affordable little house with complete amenities(br/bathrooms,hot/cold h20)small parcel of land for veggiesflower gardening etc.price?please email me thanks
leonor mendoza | | 220 e.elmwood ave,burbank, ca usa 91502
Wednesday, May 14, 2008 at 11:11:56 AM PST

hi, im maria from Manila, me and my fiance is planning to visit Sagada this coming July 1st. Our plan is we will have our first day in Sagada then to Banawe and Baguio last. We just have 3 days to visit these all. I would just like to have an idea 1.) where is the best place (safe and cheap) to stay in Sagada and 2.) how to get there if we are coming from Manila. Is there any bus coming from Manila that will get us straight to Sagada? If there's none, please send me all the details about the routes (trasportation and fares) going to Sagada. 3.) is it more safe and less time consuming for first timers like us if we will hire a tour guide when visiting Sagada? Because we are also planning to go to historical places there. If so, how much would it cost us? Looking forward to hear from you guys, i know this site is a big help for tourist. Thanks.
maria burac | | Taguig City, Manila Phlippines
Wednesday, May 07, 2008 at 10:04:53 AM PST

hello po. plano po namin ng kasama ko na pumunta ng sagada on may 16 2008 po..can u give us information sa mga fare rates mula baguio? at mga pinakamurang inn sa sagada at mga sites na pwedeng puntahan...cost cutting po kami kasi d nmn marami ung pera mo nlng po ako..salamat...
harren fegarido | | iloilo city
Sunday, May 04, 2008 at 06:36:28 AM PST

This is a great place to see and explore. Can you show me around. I plan to visit in June 2008, email me, thanks.
Lee | | Manila, Phils.
Wednesday, April 30, 2008 at 10:08:53 PM PST

Hello, i find you site very informative, but i need to know how to get there when im staying in baguio city? and this there a cheap and safe place to stay? hope you could help me... its been a long time that i wanted to visit sagada.... thank you very much
catherine marasigan | | #311 J.P. Rizal St. Paliwas obando bulacan philippines
Wednesday, April 16, 2008 at 05:18:26 AM PST

panu po papunta ng sagada from manila... you can tx me at 09063451131. thank you..
desiree | | bacolod
Sunday, April 13, 2008 at 07:31:11 AM PST

Hey...wanna go there in sagada this month...can you give me a rough cost estimate...lodging cost specifically. Kindly suggest a decent place and contact person so me and my friends (we're just 4) could make most of our 3 days leave...thanks in advance!!!
Will | | Quyezon City
Friday, April 11, 2008 at 03:03:29 AM PST

could you also help me find a person who could show me around? i do not know anybody there... from zamboanga, i will fly to manila and from manila, where will i go? kindly help me...
janna | | zamboanga city
Sunday, April 06, 2008 at 05:19:34 PM PST

hi... since its summer, i wanna go and spend my vacation in your place. i have heard that sagada is one of the best tourist spots here in the country.. i have been in camiguin island last december.. i am not rich, but i just wanna explore the Phil habang dalaga pa ako. with this matter, is it expensive to stay there for a week? how much money will i prepare so that i can go there? kindly let me know because from there, i would also want to go to banaue and bontoc. i have read those place in newspapers...
janna alvarez hussin | | Calarian, Zamboanga City
Sunday, April 06, 2008 at 05:16:00 PM PST

It.s quite a while since the last time i was in Sgada. We're planning to move in to Sagada this Holy Week and we're planning to bring our car. I just want to know if it is better to take a bus or bring our vehicles? We want to maximize our 3-day stay. We want to visit as many places as possible. We want to stay in a simple but nice hotel/inn with water heater and good food. Anybody there who could give us more tips? Thanks
Bing Alvaro | | Angeles City, Pampanga
Sunday, March 16, 2008 at 09:04:01 AM PST

i love sagada
joseph todagen | | springhills,apugan baguio city
Saturday, March 15, 2008 at 11:47:53 AM PST

Hi Guys, If you plan to travel today holy week to sagada, take bus CABLE TOURS 09185216790 or KMJ BUS 09284546568 stationed along e. Rodriguez Ave. Quezon city and Trinoma North Triangle QC. But if your plan to go there by your car take via Banaue passing Mt. Polis in Ifugao or via Baguio City taking 6 hours drive of the Halsema highway.
Boy Villanueva | | Las Pinas City
Thursday, March 06, 2008 at 12:46:20 AM PST

we've been seacrhing about sagada mountain..we are planning to have our vacation this april with my cousin..we dont know people there.. i saw loidas we will be able to get there? where do we stay? how much is the fare from baguio.....can i ask some info? couldnt find it in pincoy exchange...
tess | | valencia city, bukidnon
Tuesday, March 04, 2008 at 07:06:37 PM PST

it is true that this province,Mountain Province are full of wonderfull sceneries and tourist spots,as of this year we are encouraging all of you to visit our place,specially this comming summer.2008,that our yearly celebration for our LANG-AY FESTIVA(April).COME ONE ,COME ALL,GAWIS AY ,MOUNTAIN ROVINCE
bender john | | changyasan
Monday, March 03, 2008 at 08:58:39 PM PST

Hello guys, we just started a new site to help people know more about Sagada. This is aimed at helping people plan for their very own Sagada getaway. We're compiling a listing of hotels, restaurants, tours and the like to ensure maximum convenience.
Benj | | Manila
Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 12:09:24 PM PST

It's really a nice place to visit.. very nice to travel the road and enjoy looking the scenery... I've been there a lot of times.. of course that's where I came from.. To all who wants to visit the place, go on and you feel the nature with you.
Rick | | Manama, Bahrain
Tuesday, February 26, 2008 at 02:45:16 AM PST

To Loida, its me once again sayin' my warmest thnks to all of you.before i visited this magnificent place of sagada in mt. province i've been searching & collecting inquiries & information about this place because i dont have any more information about on this place.i saw your all pictures especially the rough road hi way moving forward to sagada from bontoc.some of your pictures i saw already when i visited the sagada last feb.10-11,2008.i saw some beautiful caves,some burial caves and its panoramic scenery of rice terreces.the people residence around here are so kind & very hospitality.i encourage to anyone who interested to visit the place of famous hanging coffins & burial caves i advice you all that dont be afraid also dont leave the sagada without exploring the caves.although the road is rough,its worthy & very challenging to anyone when you reach the municipality of sagada & its tourist landmark.anyway thank you very2x much loida & company,i already visited the sagada using some of your collected photos.thank you again & have a Blessed day ahead of you.
eric abude | | olongapo city zambales
Monday, February 25, 2008 at 09:12:39 PM PST

hi! can you guys suggest a nice place to stay in sagada. please email their names and phone numbers....please please help me locate the best place..not that expensive yet clean..thanks in advance. we're planning to go there this april, most likely on the first week..
tet | | qc
Friday, February 22, 2008 at 05:27:31 PM PST

Well, Gecko Inn is a little bit distant to the Town but its worth it.. its so serene and tranquil.. its about 1kms from the town.. but the facilities there are very okay.. i saw their rooms and its so comfy.. its neighbors are churya-a inn and Yabami lodge...
gareth | | sagada, mountain province
Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 07:19:49 AM PST

I will be going to Sagada this coming Holy Week which will be next month. Getting an accomdation is really tough. Anyone out there who have been to Gecko's Inn? Just asking because I haven't encountered any review about this inn from Sagada travellers.
malvar | | san fernando, pampanga, philippines
Sunday, February 10, 2008 at 06:47:06 AM PST

I'm going to Sagada this coming Holy Week. Booking for accomdation is quite difficult because I made it rather late (just now). Is it ok to pay in advance? Anybody here who know about Gecko Inn? Just curious because there's no review about this inn from travellers.
malvar | a.malvar | san fernando, pampanga, philippines
Sunday, February 10, 2008 at 06:40:29 AM PST

hello!! to all who have been to Sagada and appreciated the beauty of it thanks a lot'. I'm so proud that I belong to that province coz'its my mom's homeland... I hope you will go and visit again. it's has an awesome climate and you will really enjoy your trip.
cherry | | cambodia/baguio/sagada
Friday, January 11, 2008 at 05:49:17 AM PST

hello!! to all who have been to Sagada and appreciated the beauty of it thanks a lot'. I'm so proud that I belong to that province coz'its my mom's homeland... I hope you will go and visit again. it's has an awesome climate and you will really enjoy your trip.
cherry | | cambodia/baguio/sagada
Friday, January 11, 2008 at 05:47:41 AM PST

just been to sagada last november 2007,the travel time was quite long travel from dangwa station in baguio about 7 hrs, but i may say it was worth the long wait, it was trully an unforgetable experience, until this moment i can still smell the fresh trees from kiltipan mountains, and the picturesque views we saw as we trek going the big and small falls..we realised how artistic the people of sagada are when we visited the pottery center, we went to lots of spots there but the one that trully captured my heart was the breathtaking lake danum, i felt certain peacefullness when we reached the place, so quiet so serene..the coldness embraced my whole body which made me wanted stay a little longer to that place..if you are cheap finder for foods yet tasty i would definitely recommend haddeku and log cabin, but u have to make a day ahead for reservations at log cabin, they serve huge and mouthwatering homey foods..and best tasting lemon pie can only be found in sagada just look for this house as you pass going to lumiang cave, they make homemade lemon and egg pies soo yummy, not to mention the wines from gabay store, so for the drinkers better check it,for a nice place to stay go to st. george affordable yet the accomodation is rated A, i like the pink room. one of the best that i would always remember are the people in sagada...shows the courtesy they learned from their ancestor..haaay... last trully melted my heart and i fell inlove with sagada..
aden | | quezon city, philippines
Thursday, January 03, 2008 at 03:31:53 AM PST

just been to sagada last november 2007,the travel time was quite long travel from dangwa station in baguio about 7 hrs, but i may say it was worth the long wait, it was trully an unforgetable experience, until this moment i can still smell the fresh trees from kiltipan mountains, and the picturesque views we saw as we trek going the big and small falls..we realised how artistic the people of sagada are when we visited the pottery center, we went to lots of spots there but the one that trully captured my heart was the breathtaking lake danum, i felt certain peacefullness when we reached the place, so quiet so serene..the coldness embraced my whole body which made me wanted stay a little longer to that place..if you are cheap finder for foods yet tasty i would definitely recommend haddeku and log cabin, but u have to make a day ahead for reservations at log cabin, they serve huge and mouthwatering homey foods..and best tasting lemon pie can only be found in sagada just look for this house as you pass going to lumiang cave, they make homemade lemon and egg pies soo yummy, not to mention the wines from gabay store, so for the drinkers better check it,for a nice place to stay go to st. george affordable yet the accomodation is rated A, i like the pink room. one of the best that i would always remember are the people in sagada...shows the courtesy they learned from their ancestor..haaay... last trully melted my heart and i fell inlove with sagada..
aden | | quezon city
Thursday, January 03, 2008 at 03:26:39 AM PST

nice photos.. cool captions.. hehehehehe.. Sagada has improved greatly. lodging is no problem anymore, sites have been improved. you give me a buzz if you have questions about this place, anything about it.. 09053507003.
gareth | | sagada
Thursday, December 13, 2007 at 04:16:39 AM PST

Tuesday, December 11, 2007 at 09:42:50 AM PST

your pics are very helpful to me cuz im looking for a nice low rates hotels or inn for our december vacation in sagada.. can give me what hotel is nice and lowrates??? thank you
marie gretta m. gonzales | | cebu city philippines
Thursday, November 15, 2007 at 04:54:57 PM PST

We went to Sagada with friends in a Hilux 4x2 via Cabanatuan, Caraballo mountains, Banaue rice terraces. We left makati at 3am and reached Bontoc at 11am. Had lunch in Bontoc. Reached Sagada at 12:30pm. It was such a nice experience. The view was wow!!! We went to the caves. That was awesome!!! I love Sagada. Now you can go to Sagada via Baguio. The Halsema is already cemented till Mt. Data I think. We went to Halsema then to Kabayan last December. The road is wow nice!!! To all of you, go to Sagada!!!
carl - dennis | | makati city
Tuesday, October 16, 2007 at 08:19:06 AM PST

ang ganda,ganda talaga sobra.
jennifer talingdan | | 77 garrison ave,jersey city,new jersey usa
Friday, October 12, 2007 at 06:05:24 PM PST

yaker maid nansagada cave
braZe | | bontoc
Thursday, September 27, 2007 at 02:19:58 AM PST

sagada cave including the inside...hehe...

Normelyn | FroZen_shadows214 | Benguet, Philippines
Monday, June 25, 2007 at 04:24:48 PM PST

Phil and Loida, thanks for sharing your vacation pics. It's just like i've been transported back home once again. I'm from the municipality of Besao but i've been to Sagada many times. Where is your hanging coofins and cave pictures? To all of you who wants to visit Sagada and it's Caves, I suggest the Sumaging Cave which is an hour walk from town. You will need to get a permit from the municipal hall before you go Cave exploring. Kentucky has the longest cave in the world, Mammoth Cave, but it doesn't compare to the adventure and the beauty of Sagada Caves. I also recommend the Crystal Cave. It's beautiful inside. Just be sure, you're fit enough to crawl into tight holes and passages.. hehe. When visiting the hanging coffins, be respectful and not open the coffins. As far as accomodations? Don't go looking for a 5 star Marriott Hotel in Sagada. If you want those accomodations, best stay in Baguio or Manila. Accomodations are generally dorm style. Shared bathrooms. But i'm sure you can find rooms with private baths. They charge mostly per head, from what I remember, it's very affordable. Bring an extra warm clothes or you can buy it there. Most of all, be respectful to the locals, and not wear short shorts or skimpy clothes. Those are generally frowned upon. Igorots are conservative and proud people. (Matago tago tako am-in). What province did Loida come from?
Mari Garrett | Lexington, Kentucky, USA
Tuesday, June 05, 2007 at 10:10:56 AM PST

im so glad there are a lot of people come and visit my country. i have been to sagada twice, and i think next time i visit the philippines,my friends and i will visit and enjoy sagada again. noel bote bautista
noel bote | noelbotebautista | 10706 9st, sw lakewood, wa 98498
Thursday, May 31, 2007 at 05:37:03 PM PST

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jc | | pasay city phil
Tuesday, May 22, 2007 at 12:49:20 AM PST

hi.. is there a bus going to sagada from baguio? what is the name of the bus and where exactly in baguio is the terminal? also, can you give me a price list of hotels or inns in the sagada. i want to go there maybe in august or september. just to see the rice terreces and other spectacular views from there. i hope you can give me the information that i need.. thaNKS A LOT.
jc | | pasay city phil.
Tuesday, May 22, 2007 at 12:40:09 AM PST

we would like to see sagada and the famous rice terraces in banaue but we have no idea how to get there from baguio and where to stay..we are looking at staying on a decent transient or a hotel that will allow pets..we are going to take our 12yr.old daughter who is so excited to see tha hanging coffins in sagada and the famous rice terraces in banaue, and we are also taking our collie dog ( a large breed dog) to go hiking with us..we are planning to drive up there on may 15, 16&17..I hope you can help us find a decent place to stay that will allow dog, and provide us a map, before the 15th. of the month...will be looking forward to your reply..
maritess igoe | | arayat,pampanga
Monday, April 30, 2007 at 05:03:11 PM PST

thanks for visisting our town sagada i just wish u would come back again and again. if want to visit during holy week please make your reservations in advance because a lot of people come during these days and the ins hotels are all full. but if you want the remedy for that is to be transient in someone else private house the people here are very accomodating if they have some extra rooms. geee thanks again for visiting
cliff | | bontoc, moutain province
Thursday, April 12, 2007 at 06:33:50 AM PST

Hello. My wife and me we were in Sagada in february.The road from Baguio to Sagada was the most exiting part of the trip.In Sagada after seeing hanging coffins and beautifull nature nothing to do.Bad food and accomodation
Gregory Drazkiewicz | | australia
Friday, April 06, 2007 at 06:44:04 AM PST

pls send some numbers of the inn where i can stay.pls send the not so much do you think i need to have a 3days vacation in sagada?i would be really thankful if you could reply.bye!
lara jane | | camiguin island

Sunday, March 18, 2007 at 08:59:48 AM PST

To those who like to trek to Sagada anytime of the year, this my advice. If you travel by your own vehicle, try to bring a 4x4 vehicle due to road terrain.IF you bring a sedan be sure to have your suspension are all ok and dont overload your car.If you take commute, take the Cable tours bus stationed along Araneta Ave.,OC.near St.Luke's Hospital. Call the owner for reservation 09185216790. The bus leaves Manila 8:30 PM to Bontoc. The take a jeep to Sagada P35.00 ONLY FOR 45 mins.ride.>
Boy Villanueva | | Las Pinas City
Thursday, March 15, 2007 at 06:40:36 PM PST

My family has been contemplating on going to Sagada in the next few weeks.We have no idea of how to get there, and if it is ideal to bring our own vehicle we tried asking arround from some friends who has been there. Unfortunately, the informations given where obsolete already. Furtunately, I was able to open your site and it gave me all the informations I've been trying to get, most specially the road conditions. However, there are some pictures that did not open. Thank you very much!
Ramon L. Yap | | Paranaque, Philippines
Wednesday, March 14, 2007 at 08:14:24 PM PST

i just like to know if u have the number of the inn or the log cabin where u stayed in sagada. my 2boys and i are planning to go there next. thought ive been there last year but i stayed on a bit expensive place. if u know one,will greatly appreciate it.tnx
tina litonjua | | 15 san juan st. kapitolyo pasig, philippines
Thursday, March 08, 2007 at 01:03:27 AM PST

We finally got to go to Sagada during our trip to the Mountains in September of 2006. The drive up the mountain was spectacular with great picturesque views. The Barangay locals were working on their roads making the drive much better..
Phil from Florida | Temple Terrace, Fl 33617-1720
Monday, March 05, 2007 at 10:41:28 PM PST


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