Sagada, one of the best vacations I ever had. Aside from the awesomeness of this place, it is also the first trip where me and some of my closest friends had gone trekking, spelunking, nature hiking and did some other cool activities we don’t usually do on our normal trips. I think it is also the time where I really fell inlove with the outdoors. Sagada is located in the province of Mountain Province. Although very far from Manila, and the roads you have to travel can be quite tricky at times, it is a trip worth doing and the scenes along the way are nothing but breathtaking. Once in Sagada all you have to do is register at their Municipal Hall and from there you can plan your itinerary and hire guides. Although having an itinerary before hand is still advisable, the guides and people in the municipal hall are very friendly and accommodating they can suggest a thing or two to further make your stay as enjoyable and optimal. When it comes to lodging I advise that you do it before going to Sagada for assurance and convenience. As beautiful as the sceneries in Sagada is, the establishment here are also eye catching.The famous Hanging Coffins.
One of the must do when in Sagada is going in the Sumaging and Lumiang Cave connection. I think it took us more or less than 5 hours inside the cave, and every minute of that hour is nothing but fun adventure!
Another great thing to do in Sagada is to try to eat at as much as you can. There are a lot of establishments where you can eat and everythingv we have tried are fresh and delicious. Sagada will always have a special place in my heart and I’ll definitely be back again to explore it even further. Sagada is a place where there is so much to do and explore you’ll definitely be wanting more. And when the night time comes you can be as chill as you can ever be. If you have the time, you should also plan side trips in other close provinces to get the best out of your Sagada/Mountain province trip.