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EXTERIOR_BUILDING Salt and Pepper Inn and Restaurant

Salt and Pepper Inn and Restaurant

Guest Houses
Dagdag, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619

Pinewood Lodge

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

Residential Lodge Sagada

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

Davey's Inn and Restaurant

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

Maryhillz Homestay

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

The Rusty Nail Inn and Cafe

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

Canaway Resthouse

South Road, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
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

Rock Inn and Cafe

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

Woodhouse Inn and Restaurant

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

Sitio Nadatngan, Barangay Madongo, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619
null Esperanza Home

Esperanza Home

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

Ina-Picaw's D' Carpenter's House

Danonoy, Sagada, Mountain Province, Philippines, 2619

A-7 House

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

Alapos View Inn and Cafe

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

Guest reviews in Mountain Province

137 reviews from hotels in Mountain Province with aggregated rating of 8.4/10.
Review from various users that have stayed in Mountain Province will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!
This place is awesome! Will definitely book again!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.

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Blessed with breathtaking natural wonders and rich culture, the Mountain Province is the very definition of a unique and enriching tourist destination. A getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life, this province will give visitors a time to be one with nature. Here, enthralling landscapes, exotic food, and exciting fiestas await travelers.


At A Glance

Located in the heart of the Cordillera Mountain Ranges, the Mountain Province was called La Montañosa by the Spanish colonizers in the past because of its mountainous terrain. It is one of the few areas in the Philippines that the conquistadors failed to subjugate despite having the country under their rule for three centuries. As such, many indigenous peoples managed to preserve their cultures and traditions.

Today, the province has ten municipalities, with Bontoc being the capital. With its rice terraces deemed as engineering marvels, caves and mountains that hold sacred mummified dead, and a variety of other natural attractions, Mountain Province is sure to capture and hold the interest and imagination of many.


How to Go

By plane

Visitors have the option of booking a plane going to Baguio City for shorter travel time. Once in Baguio, take a bus heading to Sagada.

By land transportation

There are no direct flights to this landlocked province, so buses are a popular mode of transportation for travelers who have no private vehicles. If you’re coming from Metro Manila, take a Victory Liner or a Genesis Transport bu bound for Baguio. Upon arriving in Baguio, board a bus heading for Sagada, a municipality within Mountain Province.


Getting Around

There are tricycles and jeepneys that can take visitors to different destinations across the province. Travelers can even go “toploading” (ride on the roofs of jeepneys) to breathe in the fresh air and take in views of the stunning surroundings. For the adventurous ones who have the time, hiking to a few tourist hotspots is also possible.    


Tourist Attractions

Endowed with majestic waterfalls, massive cave systems, high mountains, and several astounding rice terraces, the Mountain Province is a nature lover’s paradise. The most popular attractions in the province are its rice terraces, of which it has more than a dozen. Travelers can visit seven of ten towns to see these awe-inspiring structures. The Barlig Rice Terraces in Barlig, Bucas Rice Terraces in Besao, Natonin Rice Terraces in Natonin, and Bangen Rice Terraces in Bauko are but a few that visitors can marvel at.

One can also find a number of splendid waterfalls near the elevated rice paddies. Sagada, in particular, is teeming with waterfalls. Notable cascades include the small and quaint Bokong Falls near Barangay Bangaan, the beautiful but hard-to-reach Pongas Falls of Ankileng, and Sagada’s most popular waterfall, the impressive and high-rising Bomod-ok Falls in Barangay Fidelisan.

After taking in the breathtaking sceneries of the province, visitors can visit heritage sites to learn more about the area’s rich culture and history. The 3,000-years old ancient Alab Petroglyphs carved into massive rocks on Mt. Data contain depictions of daily life and sacred rites of early inhabitants. A trip to see Sagada’s Hanging Coffins will also give tourists the opportunity to know more about the fascinating burial customs of the Igorot’s ancestors.

Tourists can also take a trip back in time inside Bontoc Museum. Several paintings and pictures that show the unique culture of the Kankanaey and Bontoc peoples are on display here. In addition, there is also an outdoor museum section that exhibits traditional farming implements and structures like the ulog (sleeping area for young ladies), which the natives used to build hundreds of years ago.


Top Things to Do

Those with an adventurous spirit will love exploring the many natural marvels this province has to offer. As for the more laid-back visitors, there are also a number of places that will relax and invigorate the senses.

Mountaineers can climb the summits of Mt. Calawitan in Sabangan, Mt. Pagturao in Bontoc, Mt. Amoyao in Barlig, and other imposing but spectacular peaks. Alternatively, the Mountain Province also has wondrous caves for spelunking. These include the Lumiang Cave, Lapitan Cave, and the Sumaguing Cave in Sagada.

After going through tiring hikes and treks, travelers can soothe their tired muscles in the Mainit Hotsprings in Mainit, the Mornang Hotspring and Sadanga Hotspring in Sadanga, and the Maatong Hotspring in Poblacion.

Of course, a vacation wouldn’t be complete without you taking home some souvenirs. Head to the backstrap and loom weaving houses in Sabangan, Sagada, and Samoki. In these areas, one can watch the difficult process of hand-weaving cloth textiles. Handcrafted products like bags, placemats, baskets, and purses are also available for purchase.


Where to Eat

The food in Mountain Province is just as exotic as its culture. Various small eateries in different villages serve unique dishes such as the tengba, a fermented rice paste with freshwater crab and etag, sun-dried salted pork that is often cooked with legumes. Also, the highly sought-after Arabica coffee, a highland variant that has a strong wine-like taste, is a common beverage in the province.

There are also great restaurants that offer hearty local favorites in Sagada. One of which is the Rock Inn and Cafe, a huge dining hall that used to be a humble barn. Its generous servings and homey ambiance are not the only noteworthy draws of the place. The establishment has an orange orchard where guests can pick and eat sweet citrus fruits while waiting for their meals.

Bontoc’s Caja Pizza, Cupcakes and More Restaurant is another amazing dining option where travelers can enjoy comfort food items like pizza and sweets that use exotic and local ingredients. Their etag pizza with watercress, bignay (Queensland cherry) cupcake, and banana choconut pie are must-tries. In addition, they have all-you-can-drink coffee.



In Mountain Province, places to spend an evening in are limited, as most villages don’t have bars. However, Sagada is the go-to option when it comes to enjoying the nightlife. The Persimon is a small but fun pub where friends can sing and drink beers. Another good alternative is the Sagada Pines Restaurant, where backpackers can drink rice wine, listen to great music, and interact with locals and fellow travelers.


Where to Stay                         

There many affordable and cozy lodging options that can be a traveler’s home away from home while in the Mountain Province. Plenty of comfortable inns and guest houses are available in Sagada. The Residential Lodge in Dagdag, the George Guest House in Dao-angan, and the Canaway Resthouse in South Road all have accommodating staff, simple but good amenities, and clean and comfy rooms that have good views of the beautiful landscape of the province.

Since many backpackers travel to the province for trekking or mountain climbing, homestays have increased in number in the area. Lodgings such as Suzette’s Maligcong Homestay in Bontoc and Sagada Homestay in Sagada offer cheap and clean rooms. Guests also have the option of cooking their own meals in a shared kitchen.


Travel Tips

  • Join in the spirited and exciting festivals of the province. During the summer months of April and May, vibrant and colorful festivities take place in different villages, like the Lang-ay Festival in Bontoc.

  • Buy a bottle of Tapuy. Tapuy is a Philippine traditional rice wine made by naturally fermenting pure glutinous rice with onuad roots, ginger extracts, and bubod, a powdered starter.

  • Check bus schedules and available tour packages. The province is a distant destination from major cities, and travel time is long.

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