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Sagada Itinerary

   

Here's a rough sketch of my three-day stay in Sagada, Mountain Province:  

I T I N E R A R I E S
 
    Day One
    Manila to Baguio
    Baguio to Sagada
    St. Joseph Resthouse
    Echo Valley
    Church of St. Mary the Virgin

    Day Two
    Kiltepan Viewpoint
    Rock Inn & Café
    Hike To Bomod-Ok Falls
    Bomod-Ok Falls
    Bonfire Dinner At Lake Danum

    Day Three
    Calvary Hill
    Breakfast At Masferré
    Saturday Market
    Souvenir Hunting
    Sagada-Bontoc-Manila

 

E X P E N S E S

Transportation En Route to Sagada:
    P450.00 - Manila to Baguio via Victory Liner

    P220.00 - Baguio to Sagada via buses from the Dangwa Station
Transportation En Route to Manila: 
    P40.00 - Jeep to Bontoc

    P650.00 - Bus from Bontoc to Manila via Cable Tours Bus
Accommodation:
    P1,200.00 - Twin-Bed room at St. Joseph Resthouse

                  Cell Phone: (0927) 236-0344 
                  Email: JuliaAbad47@yahoo.com.ph

Guided Tour: 
    Kiltepan Viewpoint, Rock Inn & Café, Bomod-Ok Falls, 
        Bonfire Dinner At Lake Danum

    P800.00+ - Divided among the friends I met at Sagada

        SAGGAS (Sagada Genuine Guide Association) Guide | Ben:  0929-5915212

F O O D

Day One 
    P80.00 | Breakfast at Burnham Park Carinderia 
    P15.00 | Coffee at Burnham Park 
    P50.00 | Mami at Strawberry Cafe

    P100.00+ | Longsilog at Banas Café & Resto

    P???.00 | Coffee at Banas Café & Resto

Day Two

    P100.00+ | Vegetable Rice with Bacon and Egg

    P000.00   | Sandwiches for Bomod-Ok Falls lunch (Courtesy of my newfound
                     friends from Bicol)
    P100.00+ | Spaghetti Meatballs at St. Joe’s Cafe

    P000.00   | Pinikpikan Bonfire Dinner at Lake Danum (Part of the tour fee
                     from SAGGAS)

Day Three

    P100.00+ | Longsilog Breakfast At Masferré

    P  60.00+ | Tocilog at Cable Cafe in Bontoc

T O T A L   S P E N D I N G S
    More or Less P4,000.00
 
Places that I was not able to visit:

    Sumaguing Cave
    Sumaguing-Lumiang Cave Connection
    Bokong Falls (Small Falls)
    Mount Ampacao (Trek via Lake Danum)
    Yoghurt House
    Lemon Pie House
    Sagada Weaving


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Posted by Christian Sangoyo on Tuesday, April 27, 2010

20 comments:

  1. sir im going to sagada this 24-27. tips naman kung saan ok mag stay. yung makakatipid. thanks.

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  2. Jeremiah
    Better contact the SAGGAS team (number above) to get the most affordable accomadation possible. Medyo mahal kasi dun sa pinag-stayan ko dati.

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  3. Kuya Max di kayo pumasok sa Sumaging cave? nagpunta kami don kahapon maganda sa loob.

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  4. Ate Ivy
    Di ako nakapasok sa caves eh hehe kinapos ako ng oras

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  5. ayos 'to.. so helpful. i'll try Sagada-Banaue-Batad by october :)

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  6. Ivan
    Gusto ko rin masubukan yang Sagada-Banaue-Batad, next time siguro =]

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  7. Waaah! Si Ben rin tour guide nyo? galing nya, ang lakas ng katawan nya, Ang galing ng mga Saggas, esp nung CRYSTAL CAVE namin.

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  8. Darwin
    Saludo ako kay Ben! Super maalaga sa mga tinu-tour nya
    Same pa rin ba number nya? :]

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  9. I think he's still using the same number., I saw him again nung huli naming punta sa sagada with Bagets, hindi ko sya napansin, nbinati nya ako sa Sumaguing Cave...hehe

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  10. Darwin
    Last time nagpunta ako sa Sagada, tumitingin tingin ako sa Saggas pero di ko sya natsempuhan. Kasama mo pala sya sa Crystal Cave, nice!

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  11. hey friends try the place lucky morels inn the best place to stay inn n lucky's shanghai hauz the best place to eat all in one place simple house but homey atmosphere super bait pa ng owner nasi tita lily, grabe sarap ng specialty nilang lumpiang shanghai ibang klase napakasarap talaga, try nyo place, panalo dito! here is the no. O9107078175

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  12. Pwede bang sumama pagbalik mo? Haha. Feeling close lang po. I loved the Lumiang-Sumaguing cave connection. Hindi ko napuntahan yung Bomod-ok kasi bumagyo bigla on the way. :(

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    1. Ako naman di ko pa nagawang mag caving sa Sagada, so quits lang tayo :)

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  13. Sir, when's the best time to visit Sagada? I'm planning a 3 days and 2 nights visit. Thank you :)

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    1. Go during the Ber months, it's coldest during those times :)

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  14. May alam pa po kayo contact # sa mga tour guide? Thanks po..

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    1. Hi Martin, please contact SAGGAS, the number is posted above :)

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  15. madami daw weed sa sagada? hmmm

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    1. I also heard about that but I have yet to see for myself :P

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