Sagada tour package 2015

Sagada evokes a sense of freedom - liberation from things modern, of life that is stressful. No wonder many urbanites head off to this highland, never mind the 10 hour or so travel time because they know they will be rewarded by a sweeping view of the rice terraces, amazed by the hanging coffins, their tummies filled with sumptuous food that can only be found in the north. For the adventurous, a Sagada trip also offers both its caves and falls. Its people, all warm and gentle, welcome all to sample what they have. Come and join TRIPinas as we venture to the north. Sign up to our Sagada tour package and start travelling!

sagada tour package


  • Roundtrip aircon van : Manila - Sagada / Banaue - Manila
  • - gas, toll and parking fees included
    - 12 pax maximum per van
  • 2 night-accommodation in Sagada
  • Sagada cultural tour (St. Mary's church, Echo Valley, Hanging coffins, Ganduyan musuem, Sagada weaving)
  • Trek to Bomod-ok waterfalls and and Banga-an rice terraces - fees and service of trail guide included
  • Visit of Kiltepan view point (Sunrise and sea of clouds)
  • Side trip to Banaue and Bontoc rice terraces for photo op
  • Municipal fee
  • Service of a tour guide from team TRIPinas

  • Group/Public Tour Dates:
    Mid-June to mid-October: no tour (rainy season)
    October 25-25, 2015 (Season 8 opening)
    November 6-8, 2015
    November 28-30, 2015 (Long weekend!)

    Tour package rates:

    Group tour rates
    A group tour is a tour where we pool people to save on cost. It's also a great way to meet friends.
    Rate depends on your headcount
    Rate starts at Php3050/person (group of 5 people or more)

    Private tour rates
    Minimum of 3 pax, From October to June, rate depends on your headcount
    Rate starts at Php3190/person (for a group of 11 people)


    Day 0
    2000 Departure from Manila (Quezon City)

    Day 1
    0800 Breakfast
    1000 Start of walking tour: Sagada weaving, St. Mary's church, Echo Valley and Hanging Coffins
    1200 Lunch
    1330 Continuation of the walking tour.
    1700 Sunset watching, dinner
    2000 End of day 1 activities

    Day 2
    0600 Breakfast
    0700 ETD for Bomod-ok Falls
    0800 Start of trek to the falls
    1200 Lunch
    1300 ETD for the caves – start of cave adventure (entrance fee at client's account)
    1600 End of cave adventure; return to inn
    1800 Dinner

    Day 3
    0500 Check out from inn
    0530 sunrise watching (if weather for sunset was bad)
    0630 ETD from Sagada
    0830 Photo stop at Bontoc Rice Terraces
    0900 Breakfast at Mt. Polis
    1100 Photo stop at Banaue Rice Terraces
    1200 Lunch at Nueva Vizcaya
    1300 Departure to Manila
    2000 ETA Manila (Quezon City)

    *Note : Meals are not included in the package


    Trekking Sagada
    Three hours (round trip) of trekking from Aguid rice terraces to Bomod-ok falls. You can swim at the falls.
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    Cave adventure
    Two hours of underground adventure for normal caving (Sumaging) and for the more adventurous three to four hours of Cave Connection from Lumiang to Sumaging cave. Explore the deepest caves of the Philippines with their underground rivers and natural pools where you can swim.
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    Banaue Rice terraces
    Admire the world-reknowned geological architecture this side of the world.
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    Echo Valley
    Discover the hanging coffins.
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    Kiltepan view point
    Amazing panoramic view. This also where you can usually see a beautiful sea of clouds early in the morning. This place can be overcrowded tough.
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    Orange picking(Seasonal)
    Orange picking season in Sagada is usually from November to February.
    Here's what happens: you go to the orange orchard, you personally pick your fruits and then you pay (Php50/kg). They have the Hamlin (sweet orange cultivated in Florida and one of the more popular types found in the US market) and Ponkan (chinese honey orange) varities. There are also rough lemons and american lemons. The former are of Indian origin (foothills of the Himalayas); they yield little juice and pulp but they can be used for home decors. The latter is the regular lemon we see here in the supermarket.
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