Updated Travel Guide: Sagada

Monday, June 2, 2014
Sagada

Fifteen hundred feet above the sea is a small and tranquil town of Sagada in Mountain Province, 275 Kilometers north of Manila. A remote town with so much to offer to anyone who chooses to experience its distinct appeal. With its temperate weather, wondrous caves and cliffs, lofty rice terraces and waterfalls, luscious foods and delicacies, rich heritage and traditions […]

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10 Remarkable Philippine Destinations for Solo Travel

Thursday, May 22, 2014
Boracay

In the Philippines, solo traveling is still generally regarded as weird and different. However, more and more destinations are starting to embrace the idea and beginning to build the facilities for solo travelers. But solo traveling is not only about the available facilities but more importantly about the place. There are places that are really conducive for self appreciation and ideal for personal reflection, where you can go solo without feeling so alone, where you can wander on your own without emptying your pockets.

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Sagada: Kiltepan Sunrise

Thursday, February 20, 2014
Sagada

Adventure awaits everyone in Sagada and it starts the moment you step out of your home to embark on a long journey to the Philippines’ version of Shangri-la. And when you are finally there, get ready for some walking, trekking, rock climbing, spelunking and other…

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Pongas Falls of Sagada

Thursday, March 7, 2013
Pongas Falls

Southern Sagada may be among the least explored areas in town but unknown to many, this part of Sagada offers some of the most rewarding adventures and that includes trekking the village of Ankileng to see the beautiful Pongas Falls. Pongas Falls is one of…

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The Rice Terraces of Sagada

Saturday, March 31, 2012
Sagada Rice Terraces

You do not need to go to Banaue or Batad to see the striking rice terraces because scattered all over Cordillera are these unique architectural masterpieces – the carefully hand carved mountainsides that seems giant steps forming stairways to the sky with its origin that…

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Sagada: Firsts on my Eighth

Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Sagada

Sagada is home, but though I have been to this place a couple of times, there are still a lot of activities that I haven’t done and places that I haven’t visited. So in my eighth homecoming, I was very delighted to cross out four…

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