Sagada's beautiful place truly speaks of its rich culture and heritage. One of their famous tourist attractions are the Echo Valley and Hanging Coffins which serves as an educational walk through the past. A glimpse on how ancient Igorots take care of the dead in their indigenous burial practices.
I started this year with a list of things that I need to accomplished. One of which is learning how to swim and conquer my fear of deep water. With big help from Swim Central and its awesome coaches, I was able to triumph over my fear and push my limits. Check out our open water exposure experience at Balai Resort, Anilao, Batangas.
Sagada boasts a handful of attractions from beautiful rice terraces, majestic waterfalls, wondrous panorama of mountain range and rich culture. Aside from these, Sagada is also surrounded with a number of caves great for spelunking. In fact, you can find the deepest cave in the Philippines here in Sagada!
Sagada is well known for its vibrant culture and has a lot of amazing places to see. But it is less known in the public that this mountainous municipality has a lot of majestic waterfalls including the Bomod-ok falls.
Apo Whang Od is famously known as the last mambabatok of the Kalinga. Batok is a form of traditional tattoo given to warriors with unprecedented achievement during the early times. Today, travelers not just from the Philippines but all over the world visit her just to have this traditional tattoo as a form of lifetime and meaningful souvenir. But visiting her place is quite challenging. Here's our travel guide. (Updated: February 26, 2018)