Banaue View Hotel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Banaue View Hotel
Travel Blogs from Banaue
... central america lined the streets with souvenir shops poking out of all the doors. We were the only westerners and the locals insisted on having their photos taken with the sweaty novelty people. We watched in amusement/amazement as locals took part in a competition as to who could paint their cow the best. Some were actually pieces of art, others, well, were interesting. When the time was done, the cows pulled their carts (also decorated) down the parade. Street ...
... and with our guide Jim we started the 3 hour trek to view them more closely. We heard a lot about their creation whilst putting our gymnastic skills to the test as we walked along thin beams 1500 metres above sea level... Although we weren't quite as nimble as the locals who can carry 40 kilo bags up the terraces with much more ease! Although our time here was short it was more than worth the journey! Thumbs up to the rice ...
... and while we
sweated buckets and drank copious amounts of water to refuel, he seemed barely
out of breath and didn’t have a drop to drink other than at lunch in Cambulo,
where we stopped for pancakes.
We visited a large, powerful waterfall on the way back,
where the water streamed so fiercely down from its upper reaches that waves
were created in the pool below, so what we thought would be a relaxing dip was
in fact a tricky exercise in keeping ...