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Sabangan, Mt. Province

Sabangan, Mt. Province is a place to be. Why ? Because its cozy and comfortable place. People are hospitable, the food is great, great view, free swimming ( because of the clean river ). 228 more words

KAPANTAY AY LANGIT, SINTA!

A little less than 7720 feet above sea level from it’s tip; Sinipsip, This Tibetan-like community was the highest livable community in Buguias. Although some had Aside from a barangay hall it has a primary school, commercial establishments. 99 more words

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A Kiss in the Clouds of the Cordilleras: Buscalan-Bontoc-Sagada-Baguio 4D3N DIY Tour

Day 1: Buscalan, Kalinga Province

Literally breathtaking and jaw-dropping mountain sight is what welcome us as we arrived at the province of Kalinga after 12 hours of bus ride from Sampaloc, Manila to Tabuk, 3 hours of van ride from Tabuk to Tingalayan and 30 minutes habal-habal from Tinglayan to Buscalan turning point. 2,555 more words

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Lesser Known Gems of Mt. Province: Maligcong & Sadanga (plus Baguio side trip)

I truly, seriously, badly itch for all of Earth’s little known paradise. And as the year ends, I have to tick off & experience some of those places, in my country for now. 1,095 more words

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Sagada, Mt. Province, PH | July 2016

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Voluntourism: Ifugao

Exploring offbeat places + Local immersion + Volunteering = Meaningful Travels PH

Itching to hit many birds with one stone? :) 623 more words

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Sagada, Mt. Province

Exploring Sagada gives breathtaking views of the Cordillera Mountains. Aside from its temperate weather, interesting traditions and heritage, we also had memorable experiences doing different activities like trekking/hiking, spelunking, picnic on bonfire and visiting historical places. 1,345 more words

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