Mountain Province is located in the middle of Luzon surrounded by Ifugao, Benguet, Ilocos Sur, Abra, Kalinga, and Isabela. Its capital is Bontoc with a population of about 25.000. Mountain Province is the real name of the province but the incorrect names like Mountain and Mt Mountain are also used. The province is named that way because it is found in the Cordillera Central mountain range of north central Luzon. Because of the high location its definitely cold. Sagada is a very popular destination of foreign adventurers. Sagasa features caves can be easy explored. Its interesting to walk along waterfall or an underground river. There are no tricycles here, what it makes more quiet and gives more relaxing feelings. Sagada is famous for its "hanging coffins". This is a traditional way of burying people that is not in use anymore. This trekking area is 275 km far from Manila located.
The Alab Petroglyph in Bontoc a huge rock formation
Besao sunset in Besao
Bokong Waterfalls in Sagada
Hanging Coffins in Sagada
Lumiang Burial Cave
Bontoc Village Museum
Underground river in Sagada
Sagada rice terraces
A quiet spot located about a kilometer away from the busy town center, Churya-a is your place to relax and rejuvenate. Though closer to the tranquility of the woods, the hotel remains accessible to sightseeing locations, so you can have your fill of Sagada's adventures and still have the opportunity to refresh and unwind.
George Guesthouse Annex is just a pleasurable fifteen to twenty minutes walk to the famous Sumaguing Caves. This pretty much saves the traveler additional expense in hiring a vehicle from the town proper. Aside from the caves, the hotel annex is also within walking distance from the Church of St. Mary the Virgin and the Echo Valley. Guests can enjoy an off-roader on foot through a lovely footpath behind the Annex that winds up the church hill past the ball field.
Saint Joseph Resthouse boasts of its strategic location within the heart of the famed, beautiful and peaceful town of Sagada. The place, amidst the towering pine trees has a commanding view of the rice terraces and villages surrounding the town. The fresh pine scent gives you that unique feeling which tends to make you feel that you have regained that paradise lost.
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