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"This small town in the Mountain Province is where you can learn the history behind the Hanging Coffins, go spelunking at Sumaguing Cave, and witness the sunrise above the clouds at Mt. Kiltepan. Other interesting things to do here to appreciate Sagada include visiting pottery houses and learning the art of Sagada weaving."

Popular Sagada Hotels

EXTERIOR_BUILDING Salt and Pepper Inn and Restaurant

Salt and Pepper Inn and Restaurant

Guest Houses
Dagdag, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
Convenient
8.2
(27)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Pinewood Lodge

Pinewood Lodge

Homestays
Dao-angan, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Residential Lodge Sagada

Residential Lodge Sagada

Hotels
Dagdag , Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Davey's Inn and Restaurant

Davey's Inn and Restaurant

Hostels
Poblacion, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
null Maryhillz Homestay

Maryhillz Homestay

Homestays
Ambasing, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
BEDROOM The Rusty Nail Inn and Cafe

The Rusty Nail Inn and Cafe

Homestays
Mabbay, Patay, Staunton Road, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
LOBBY Ligaya's House and Cottages

Ligaya's House and Cottages

Guest Houses
Bangaan Rd, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Misty Lodge and Cafe

Misty Lodge and Cafe

Guest Houses
Poblacion, Staunton Road, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
Impressive
8.4
(5)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Sagada Guesthouse and Resto

Sagada Guesthouse and Resto

Guest Houses
Segada Besao Road, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Mapiya-Aw Pension House

Mapiya-Aw Pension House

Guest Houses
Nangonogan, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Canaway Resthouse

Canaway Resthouse

Hostels
South Road, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
Convenient
8.0
(7)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Rock Inn and Cafe

Rock Inn and Cafe

Hostels
Rock Farm, Orange Drive, Batalao, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
LOBBY Woodhouse Inn and Restaurant

Woodhouse Inn and Restaurant

Hostels
Dao-angan Dagdag , Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
RESTAURANT Alibama Inn & Pinikpikan Haus Resto

Alibama Inn & Pinikpikan Haus Resto

Guest Houses
South Road, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Coffee Heritage House and Hostel

Coffee Heritage House and Hostel

Hostels
Sitio Nadatngan, Barangay Madongo, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
Superb
9.1
(10)
null Esperanza Home

Esperanza Home

Homestays
kapinitan Patay, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
null Ina-Picaw's D' Carpenter's House

Ina-Picaw's D' Carpenter's House

Homestays
Danonoy, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
Impressive
8.8
(21)
BEDROOM A&M Lodging House

A&M Lodging House

Guest Houses
Patay, Publacion, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
Located in Sagada, A&M Lodging House is a 5-minute walk from Ganduyan Museum and 9 minutes by foot from Kiltepan. This guesthouse is 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Mt Ampacao and 0.5 mi (0.9 km) from Bomod-Ok (Big) Falls.
EXTERIOR_BUILDING A-7 House

A-7 House

Hotels
Bangaan Rd, Nangonogan, Patay, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Alapos View Inn and Cafe

Alapos View Inn and Cafe

Hostels
Ato, Poblacion, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619

Guest reviews in Sagada

8.4
Impressive
137 reviews from hotels in Sagada with aggregated rating of 8.4/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Sagada will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
OV
This place is awesome! Will definitely book again!
MR
Pleasant stay though construction for their expansion is ongoing. The manager and her assistant are easy to deal with and accommodating. Room basics are there except for towel that costs P20 rental; ensuite has a hot shower; air conditioner is not needed since it's Sagada anyway; wifi available at the 1st floor; and the lack of tv inside the room doesn't really matter since you're there for the outdoor activities. Rooms though aren't sound proof- I can hear the tv whenever someone is watching outside, as well as the noise from my neighboring rooms. Location is approximately 700m away from the tourist center. You'll pass by several shops, and famous restos such as Yoghurt House (winner) and Salt and Pepper (fail) before reaching the lodge. Walk down further and you'll find Sagada Brew (didn't try it), Lemon Pie House (winner), and at night-a Wine Refilling Station/Kiosk of a local wine maker that sells a nice-tasting Blueberry Wine, among others.
JM
Except for the location, it was a great Christmas! We had a Christmas dinner courtesy of the hostel on the night of December 24, 2018. Food was great. Coffee was awesome. The surroundings/the view outside was perfect. It's worth knowing that it's 5kms away from the city. It would be convenient if you have a vehicle or rent a motor bike so you could maximize your vacation while exploring the rest of Sagada.
CB
The place itself is very nice. The way that it's away from the poblacion makes it very special. However, our private CR's door is broken - the lock doesnt work. And the fact that it is a separate room where anybody can enter makes it uncomfortable. Also, guests are very noisy during nighttime and the staff doesnt do anything about it. Another thing is, they do not provide toiletries. For almost 2k/night, I expect them to have atleast a bar of soap. Wont come back.
RP
The old lady receptionist was very helpful. It’s one of the few accomodations in Sagada that has parking space. The location is very convenient.
GT
Had an awesome and memorable stay. Staffs, so with Ate Ingrid and Kuya Awing are very accommodating and hospitable. Will definitely go back if given a chance. Thank you.
VG
A very nice host and place. A 5 min walk from the tourist information center which is the city center. The host and the family was very hospitable during our stay, we asked for basic informations that we need to know about the place. She even let us do our laundry even if it was a little work, because they don’t offer the laundry service. Best part, we got invited to join them for dinner, we met the family, we had fun with great people and excellent local food. If we will come back, we will definitely stay with them again!
TC
Had a relaxing vacation at this bed and breakfast! Dako and Tita Alma were very thoughtful and accommodating. Plus the breakfast was awesome. Would recommend this to anyone looking for a place in Sagada.
KL
Unlimited brewed coffee. We had two rooms. One good for 2 and the other one is family size. Both rooms are spacious. The room for two had bath tub, 1 bigger bed which can accommodate two persons. The other one, family room has three beds good for two persons per bed. I thought that it will be 3 double deck but I was relieved to see that it's not double deck. The caretakers were very accommodating to us. Note: Towel is 20 php. No free tissue, soap, shampoo, toothpaste and toothbrush. They serve breakfast and has available food and pasalubong items.

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About

Imagine yourself surrounded by pine trees with endless views of the mountain and the cool mountain breeze touching your skin. You must be somewhere outside of the Philippines - but you are in the mountain town of Sagada. An ideal destination for those interested in the outdoors, Sagada will be a worthwhile trip with an itinerary full of natural wonders to visit.

Sagada

Located 275 kilometers north of Manila, Sagada is a small town nestled in a valley in the Mountain Province. The town saw little Spanish influence as only a few Spanish conquistadors have not set foot in the town due to Sagada’s remoteness and challenges in transportation. Due to this, Sagada has mostly kept its indigenous culture intact.

Today, Sagada is frequented by both local and international tourists, but getting there will require a lot of patience. Sagada has blown up in popularity after the film, That Thing Called Tadhana was shot in the province.

Another fun fact worth mentioning about Sagada is that it was once underwater. There are a lot of limestone mountains in the province and fossilized seashells can still be found in Sumaguing Cave’s walls if you look close enough.

 

How to Go

By land transportation

Currently, there are no direct bus routes from Manila to Sagada, however, it can be approached via two ways - either through Baguio or Banaue.

Plenty of bus companies travel the Manila to Baguio route. The most popular transport company is Victory Liner. From Baguio, hail a cab that will take you to the GL Liner Station in Dangwa - but best to ask the driver that you’re headed to Sagada so he may take you to the right station.

Meanwhile, there are two popular bus lines that ply the Manila to Banaue route: Florida Bus Line and Ohayami Transport. The overnight bus rides last for about 10 hours. From Banaue, you may arrange for a seat in one of the waiting vans at the bus station that will take you to Sagada.

       

Getting Around

Don’t expect the convenience of tricycles to ferry you around Sagada - and be prepared for a lot of walking. There are a quite a number of attractions that can easily be visited on foot, and some of them are just a 15 to 20-minute walk from the Sagada town square. However, you’ll still need guides when visiting Sagada’s famous caves. For larger groups, private jeepneys can be hired to shuttle you around town.

 

Tourist Attractions

A lot of natural wonders are waiting to be discovered in Sagada, making it a backpacker and nature lover’s paradise. Learn about Sagada’s kankanaey roots at Ganduyan Museum. The privately-owned museum features furniture, artifacts, jewelry, clothing and more.

Hanging Coffins

Another part of Sagada’s culture is the manner in which they bury their dead. A visit to the famous hanging coffins is a must - and is a ritual that is still being practiced. The coffins are near St. Mary’s Church. Walk past the cemetery and it’s a 15 to 20-minute hike to the coffins.

Those who love chasing sunsets (or sunrises, whichever you prefer) will enjoy viewing it from Kiltepan Viewpoint. If you’re lucky, you might even catch a glimpse of the sea of clouds. However, the area has become famous as it was featured in a scene in the film, That Thing Called Tadhana, so expect quite a number of tourists in the area.

 

Top Things to Do

Sumaguing Cave

One of the most popular activities to do while in Sagada is to go spelunking. There are three caves to visit including Crystal Cave, Lumiang Caves, and Sumaguing Caves, with the latter being the most popular. At Sumaguing Cave, visitors will not only enjoy the trek but be challenged as well as they pass through a network of caves that features towering stalagmite and stalactite rocks.

Another worthwhile activity to do at Sagada is to go hiking. Get your cardio on as you walk through Sagada’s beautiful mountain sceneries and the rice terraces of Suyo, Ankileng, Balugan, and Bangaan, which is on the way to Bomod-ok Falls. If rice terraces aren’t your thing, you can also enjoy a hike up Mt. Ampucao. Another area worth mentioning is Sagada’s Blue Soil Hills. Yes, you read that right - blue soil. The texture of the soil is similar to grains of sand and the composition is mostly copper. This can be explored with a trek to Kaipitan and Balangagan Cave.

Bomod-ok Falls

Weary hikers can also enjoy a dip in Bomod-ok Falls or Bokong Falls. Bomdok-ok is a famous destination which involved about an hour’s hike down to the foot of the falls. It towers at 200 meters tall and getting there involves passing through rice paddies and a slippery descent.

Sagada Pottery

Visit Sagada's pottery houses and learn the art of making local pots and crockery! You can also buy and take home as souvenirs excellent pottery pieces at decent prices.

 

Where to Eat

After a full day of trekking, walking around and burning calories, visitors can fuel up in Sagada’s famous eateries to try out the local fare. Yoghurt House is one of the most famous in the area, and of course, the must-try item on the menu is the restaurant’s own version of homemade yogurt.

Another establishment that’s worth visiting is the Sale & Pepper Diner. A must-try is the dinakiw, a pan-fried pork dish that comes with a lot of onions. The restaurant serves a lot of reasonably-priced rice meals from chopsuey to rosemary chicken.

If there’s one dessert you can’t miss, it’s the lemon pie at Sagada Lemon Pie House. Apart from this, there’s also blueberry and egg pies to try which go great with a nice warm cup of lemon tea.

 

Nightlife

Night owls looking to party might find out Sagada might not be the place for them as there is a 9pm curfew. However, if you insist on getting a drink, you can opt to purchase a bottle of bugnay, a wine made from crushed wild berries. It has a strong alcoholic taste which will warm your body up as you fight off the cold Sagada weather. It’s best enjoyed with friends.

 

Where to Stay

Traditional Sagada House

Sagada does not fall short on accommodations and are quite affordable with the cheapest rates starting at P200 but do expect the most basic rooms. One of the most popular accommodation options in Sagada is Misty Lodge and Cafe. It offers cozy lodging and features a fireplace to warm up to during those cold evenings. Another recommended lodging in Sagada is Isabelo’s Inn and Cafe. It features very basic amenities including hot and cold showers, an in-house restaurant, laundry services, and Wi-Fi access.

 

Travel Tips

  • Prepare for a lot of walking. Bring your most comfortable walking shoes or better yet, pack a pair of trekking sandals.
  • Bring enough cash with you.
  • Respect local culture. What may be acceptable for city dwellers may not ring true in the places that we visit.
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