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Written By (sagada genuine guides association inc). on Tuesday, December 6, 2011 | 10:51 PM

experience BONFIRE!
experience SAGADA!

The participants will witness Sagada's cultural dances, taste the native dish pinikpikan and vegetables not available in other parts of the country.
Everyone will have the opportunity to learn the dances of the Igorots while socializing with other guests and participants of the event.

Time: 6:30 pm -11 pm
Ticket Price: 250 (Inclusive of meals and transportation)

How to get there?
Shuttle jeepneys are found near the municipal hall. Transportation starts at 5:30 pm until 6:30pm.
When going home, the vehicles will start shuttling at 9:30 pm BUT, it needs to be occupied by 10 pax for jeeps to depart.
Where to Register?
You can get your tickets at the SaGGAs office, located between Salt&Pepper Diner and the Yoghurt House.
End of Registration at 5:30 pm of December 28, 2011

Limited Tickets Only! So register NOW!

December 28, 2011
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December 6, 2011 at 11:52 PM

will surely come!

December 7, 2011 at 12:13 AM

looking forward to this! will invite friends from here! hihi

December 17, 2011 at 7:28 PM

will be coming from bulacan were soooo exited!can we purcahse the ticket ahead of time?

December 18, 2011 at 3:43 PM

you can get your tickets upon arrival at the SaGGAs office po.

December 25, 2011 at 6:00 PM

leaving in 4 hours, see you tom. - jiggs

December 25, 2011 at 8:23 PM

Hello. When is this exactly? December 28, 2011?

December 26, 2011 at 11:28 PM

I will join this for the first time. Will be arriving Sagada morning of Dec 28.

December 28, 2011 at 4:48 PM

hirap mag chat sa chatroll..

December 30, 2011 at 10:34 AM

my team joined the bonfire last dec. 28 but we left early. a little bit disappointed. una, may nasaktan sa group.... we asked SaGGAs kung saan pwedeng mag-stay ang grupo namin since 16 kami lahat at kung ung ginawa nilang upuan/table ay ok lang ba dun? YES daw! un pala di matibay ang pagkakagawa. worried kami na baka maputol ung kahoy nung una. pero di naman naputol kundi ung pagkakapako ang natanggal! sad to say kabilang ako sa nangangailangan ngayon ng check up kc masakit pa rin ang likod ko. another is ung food distribution... sana lang mas maging organize next year. Enjoy naman ang stay namin sa Sagada, nasira nga lang ang mood ng grupo dahil sa naranasan at nakita namin sa bonfire fest.thanks to kuya sotero, lester and john sa pag-guide sa grupo. sa 2012, babalik ako ng sagada with other group.... see you again mga sir.

December 31, 2011 at 7:26 PM

hey guys! been there and joined the event together with my friends jojo, tracy, riza, floro and sir jun. i enjoyed the night though medyo magulo yung buffet dinner. super laugh trip when jojo danced together with the natives...visiting sagada is truly an awesome experience! babalik kami!!!!

January 2, 2012 at 2:06 PM

Nag attend din ako ng Bonfire kaso disappointed kasi parang disorganize ang event. Sana next year maging maayos na...Parang di worth ang binayad na Php 250 for the said event...

Nagkulang pa sa food and drinks...

Nevertheless, nag enjoy na lang sa weather and sa cultural presentation though medyo magulo din.

January 3, 2012 at 10:57 PM

Organizing this bonfire fest was a really good idea. One of the reasons why we went to Sagada is to immerse ourselves in the culture of the small town. Which is why upon seeing the Sagada bonfire advertisement, we decided to include it in our Sagada IT.

However, if SAGGA will not do something to improve the organization of this event, I am sure that those who have attended it will not, in any way, recommend it to others. why? when we were there, the people are already losing their tempers as well as their disciplines. wala nang pumipila ng maayos. nagsisiksikan at nagsisingitan na lahat. I saw children crying and they are asking their parents to just go home because they are starving. I actually felt na parang preso na naghihintay ng food ration. Kung may malapit lang na resto, bibili na siguro kami ng food sa labas. Pero wala, and the transpo will leave the venue starting 9pm pa. sayang din naman ung binayad namin kung hindi namin iintayin ung food. we do not have a choice but to wait.

anyways, nangyari na yun. i am not here to rant about it... i just want to make few suggestions and strategies on how to improve the event. I was thinking about it habang nakapila for food non.

first, i think, kaya mainit ang ulo ng mga tao ay dahil gutom na sila lahat. So next time, the food should already be served pagdating ng mga tao at 6pm. this way, maiiwasan ang sobrang dami ng tao sa pila dahil konti pa lang ang dumadating. Pagdating ng ibang guests at around 7 or 7:30, konti na din ang pila dahil nakakain na yung iba. Just take the tickets ng mga taong nakakain na so that hindi maubusan ng food ung mga nahuhuli.

second, there are people with food restrictions. one of the person in our group is a Muslim and she wasn't able to eat because lahat ng food ay may halong pork. too bad. :(

in fairness, masarap yung food na sinerve nila nun. kahit simple lang ung mga food, they taste really good.

Please take my comments constructively because my only intention is to make the event better in the succeeding years.

thanks and more power to SAGGA.

January 13, 2012 at 6:36 PM

mga tol next time mas maayos yan ha sayang ung kinita nyo ngaun kung d madagdagan next time harharhar at sana alang magugutom. or next time bring your food better pa kasi d kayang iaccomodate mga muslims kasi ang dish nyo d sha masarap pag alang pork.

March 17, 2012 at 6:18 PM

gusto ko sumama pano ba? txt me naman mga bro 09157827018

October 3, 2012 at 11:19 AM

~ Hi! When will be the festival this year?


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