Banaue View Hotel

Address: Bontoc road, Banaue, Luzon, 3601, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Bontoc road, Banaue.
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Travel Blogs from Banaue

Rice Terrace Trekking

A travel blog entry by luma on Sep 03, 2013

4 comments, 27 photos

... the village as it is not accessible by road. We arrived at about 1:30pm and sat and drank for the rest of the day. The view from the hotel was amazing looking out across the terraces - see pic's. The following day we headed to the waterfalls, walking through the rice terraces. The scenery was absolutely stunning but it was seriously hard work. There were steps everywhere ranging from a couple of inch high to about 2ft high, we were knackered by the time we got back and ...

Monkeys (sort of), mountains and mud!

A travel blog entry by jessandaxel on Apr 30, 2013

... in our final destination. So therefore we had to brave a boat, or more specifically, brave the hour and a half queue, in 37 degree heat, with backpacks, to pick up the tickets. It took us 2 minutes when it was our turn to get the tickets compared to the compulsary 20+ minutes needed by the Philippinos...After being entertained with Johnny English Reborn and a really special kid in front, collected our bags, and had a 45 minute tricycle ride to reggae guesthouse, alona ...

A Paradise in Batad

A travel blog entry by wilsonheng on Dec 07, 2012

33 photos

Batad's Hike Debrief
Time now is 1030 pm, still reminiscing on today's hike to Batad. What can I say? Batad's 2000 year old rice terraces may not be as extensive as Sapa's in Vietnam but its majestic beauty is truly unmatched. And today's route was no boy scout's hike. The common route is to take a 4WD jeepney up from Batad Junction to the "Saddle", walk your way down to Batad rice terrace village and return to starting point. None the wiser, I took the opposite ...