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Where's the BEST place to visit

Written By (sagada genuine guides association inc). on Tuesday, August 19, 2008 | 10:38 PM


Where to visit:
(a famous question by tourists)
The following sites are arranged according to uniqueness and how often spots are visited. There are 5 priorities. Priority 1 are sights that can be visited in 1 day, for Priority 2, you add 1 more day. Priority 3 can still be stretched with priority 1 and 2. Priority 3 sights are also additional sights for people who are more adventurous and for tourists wanting to stretch their visit.
Priority 4 and 5 are sights to be visited by second timers, third timers or for tourists staying in Sagada for a week. Priority 5 sights are specially arranged. But first time visitors could also include this in their itinerary.

Priority 1: (not to miss sights) (1 day activity)

Sumaging Cave (Lumiang Cave included)
Do not just view the entrance, tour a whole new world underneath. And after that, buy the shirt that says, You SURVIVED... hahahaha

Spelunking at Sumaging.
above:mark,Rona,Levi below:cheri,grace,judith,wedneday
Echo Valley (Saint Mary’s Church, Hanging Coffins Included)
Take a tour to the Limestone Valley and Great Hanging Coffins, Sagada’s most unique culture.

Pongas Falls (Suyo Rice Terraces)
Have a trek to the rice fields and the Ankileng village. Take the Rivering route to the waterfalls

Priority 2: sights to visit if you have more time and days to spare in Sagada (2nd day)

Kiltepan Peak (sight of the Sunrise)
Have a glimpse of the rice terraces and great mountain ranges, and the majestic sunrise with mystic clouds lying in between mountains.

Mt. Ampacao (lake Danum included)
Trek on top of the mountain ranges, overlooking central Sagada.

Priority 3: these are sites if you want to stretch your visit to Sagada to the maximum.

Underground River (trek to the mouth of the cave only)
You can include this sight to your tour list when visiting the Echo Valley. Also include Bokong falls to create a clustered sight seeing tour package trip.

Bokong Falls
This may not be that hard and interesting as the Bomod-ok falls but this is perfect for people wanting to have a dip, dive, and swim on its naturally hollowed pool.

Sagada Pottery - try to make your own pots, usually before or after your Lake Danum tour.

Lake Danum - viewpoint for the Sunset

Demang VillageIf you want to know more about Sagada’s Culture and traditions, you can pass by the place or have a guided tour around it.

Priority 4 (for second timer visitors or more who are looking for more adventure)

Cave ConnectingNot only for second timers, but newbie’s can also take the tour to the cave immediately even without visiting Sumaging, as Sumaging cave would be its exit. Be prepared for lots of twist turns, rope assisted descents and climbs.
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Marlboro Mountain (for Trekking, and Wild Horse Spotting)
Take a trek to the bald mountains located east of Sagada

Balangagan CaveThis includes both trekking going to the location of the cave and exploration of the cave.

Priority 5: (for tourists that are looking for super challenges in life and are sick and bored of visiting Sagada’s touristy spots.) try the ff:

Natividad Cave
Crystal CaveMount Polis Trek
Mount Sisipitan Camping and Trekking
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Ginny Dizon
October 16, 2008 at 12:59 PM

Hi! Am going to Sagada on the 25th and staying for 3 days. I'll be bringing 4 kids of ages 6 to 10 and am wondering what cave is safe and easy enough to explore?
Thanks!

Ginny

6 - 10 kids! for the best, don't bring them to the cave. its kinda big risk.. but if you really insist, you suggest you hire atleast 4 guides to look out for them.. and sumaging cave is the easiest to acces so far..

Anonymous
October 18, 2008 at 12:22 PM

How much will it cost for a group of 8 to tour the first priority sights (Sumaging Cave, Bomod-ok Falls, & Echo Valley) in one day?

Anonymous
October 21, 2008 at 1:14 PM

Hi. My husband and I are planning to make a trip to Sagada on Dec. How much would be the cost if we will bring our own car? thanks.

January 11, 2009 at 9:40 PM

Hi, Im planning just for a 1 day trip to Sagada this year. when you say 1 day, whats the best time to leave Baguio so we could start the 1 day or Priority 1 activity. I consider staying overnight only and leave early back to baguio?

Anonymous
January 17, 2011 at 12:35 PM

Hello my name is Carlo. We (group of 15 persons) will be going to Sagada on Feb. 25-27, 2011. We are looking for a good guide and a jeepney for hire to tour around Sagada. Please contact me at 0917-7048722.

hello, mr. carlo, you can contact guides by clicking on Tour Guides on the menu select from the list of guides, click on their reviews and text their numbers. they can arrange for your vehicles.

Anonymous
March 29, 2012 at 3:12 PM

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Anonymous
February 26, 2014 at 4:34 AM

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Thank you.

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