Umatan I-matuba Lodge in Sagada, Mountain Province offers simple yet clean and well-maintained accommodations fit for backpackers and travelers on a budget. It is near various tourist attractions including Kiltepan Point and Sumaguing Cave. Guests can go trekking, rappelling, spelunking, and hiking. WiFi is accessible in the lodge.
Rooms come with pillows and linens. Some rooms are good for two guests while some are good for a bigger party. There are rooms furnished with double deck beds. In some rooms, guests can find a television and electric kettle. Towels are available upon request. Some rooms are fitted with a private bathroom while others have shared toilet and bath. Bathrooms have a heater and bidet. Room service may be requested.
Hallways are decorated with Igorot furnishings. Umatan I-matuba Lodge has several floors. There’s a television in the common areas. High-speed WiFi is free of charge. The property features a reception area that also functions as a common living room. There’s a fire extinguisher available.
Hungry guests can head out to nearby dining establishments for food. Sagada Brew and Sagada Lemon Pie House are both four minutes away by foot from the property.
Some of the recommended activities in Sagada include trekking, exploring of bat caves and waterfalls, spelunking, bonfires, picnics, rappelling, visiting of historical sites, nature hiking, and participating in tribal celebrations. Must-visit sites include Sumaguing Cave, Kiltepan Point, and Bangaan Rice Terraces. In nearby Ifugao, guests can visit Banaue Rice Terraces, Tappiya Falls, and Mayoyao Rice Terraces.
Umatan I-matuba lodge is 324 meters from Sumaging Cave, 2.04 kilometers from Kiltepan Point, and 3.05 kilometers from Bangaan Rice Terraces.