The Ifugao rice terraces, officially called Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras, is one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Philippines. Built hundreds of years ago, the Ifugao rice terraces serve as a perfect illustration of a unique civilization and an agricultural ingenuity that has survived the test of time. It also symbolizes harmony – of people working together as a community, and of people working together with the environment.

The town of Sagada in Mountain Province has been the perfect destination for local and foreign backpackers looking for a quiet getaway from the busy metropolis. The place is famous for being an ecotourism destination with its network of underground river systems and caves, pristine waterfalls, and picturesque views of the surrounding mountain ranges. Sagada is also one of the areas in the country known for coffee production, particularly for Arabica coffee and civet coffee, one of the rarest brews in the world.

Day 0
09:30 PM

Assembly at Ohayami bus terminal, Sampaloc, Manila

Day 1

Arrival in Banaue
Banaue Museum
Cultural Presentations at Tam-An Cultural Village
Banaue Rice Terraces Viewpoints
Travel to Sagada

Day 2

Sunrise @ Kiltepan Viewpoint
Introduction to Coffee & Sagada
Coffee Trail: Echo Valley, Underground River Entrance
Sagada Weavers
Coffee Process & Civet Coffee Tasting
Ganduyan Museum

Day 3

Sugong Hanging Coffins and Kapay-aw Rice Terraces
Spelunking at Sumaguing Cave
Lumiang Burial Caves
Travel to Banaue
Departure

Day 4
04:00 AM

Estimated arrival in Manila

Tour Highlights

Banaue Museum
Cultural Presentations at Tam-An Cultural Village
Banaue Rice Terraces Viewpoints
Coffee Trail & Coffee Process
Sagada Weavers
Sugong Hanging Coffins and Kapay-aw Rice Terraces
Spelunking at Sumaguing Cave
Lumiang Burial Caves