Tourist haven in the Cordillera

SAGADA not only offers a more temperate climate and fresher and greener pine sceneries than Baguio BUT also has caves, waterfalls and a host of other man-made tourist attractions such as hanging coffins and rice terraces concentrated within a smaller geographical location. It has been an ideal haven for foreign spelunking-loving tourists and is now offering the less active but nonetheless nature-seeking local tourists an escape from the pollution, noise, and heat of urban places.
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How Get Here

Going to Sagada entails long bus rides from the flatlands of Central Luzon to winding mountain passes passing either Banaue, Ifugao or Baguio City.Read More...

Shops

Here is a list of the registered tourist establishment in Sagada. Read More...

Tour Guides

Here are the list of our qualified tour guides.Read More...

Sagada Cuisines

Have a taste of the different Sagada local delicacies. Read More...

WELCOME TO SAGADA!

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About Sagada

Sagada, a small town in the Mountain Province of Northern Luzon in the Philippines is famous for its beautiful caves, hanging coffins, as well as the serene mountains. It is an 8-hour drive from Baguio, the summer capital of the Philippines and one jeepney-ride from Bontoc. Local and foreign tourists who travel, Sagada offers a unique holiday experience.

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19 October 2017
19 October 2017
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