Sagada Igorot Inn

Address: Poblacion Sagada Mountain Province, Sagada, Luzon, Philippines | Inn
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This inn is located on Poblacion Sagada Mountain Province, Sagada.
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        Travel Blogs from Sagada

        Cervantes & Sagada

        A travel blog entry by chrisandamelia on Apr 07, 2015

        1 comment, 18 photos

        ... having a 'treat' dinner, as it was in a small cafe serving slightly more expensive food than we would usually go for. But it was packed full, and we had spied a huge chocolate lava cake we wanted to try for dessert! It was delicious, the perfect chocolate dessert; slightly crunchy sponge on the outside, but when you cut into the middle the chocolate poured out. Yum yum yum! We met our guide, Marco, at 8am at the tourist office, to begin our three hour trek. We walked past the ...

        "One Exhilarating Ride" (Philippines)

        A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 06, 2015

        83 photos

        ... the back and riding on the top! Where would I sit (or stand) if I did hop on one?

        But, I have found a Jeepney to ride here in Sagada!

        My time in Sagada was way too short. It's my type of place, rural, historic and friendly! But, I need to get back to Banaue today. The owner of the hotel told me to go down the hill, just before daylight, where a few Jeepneys would be parked and find the one headed for Banaue.

        It was dark when I waited where ...

        Hang 'Em High! (Sagada, Philippines)

        A travel blog entry by usatexan on Mar 05, 2015

        43 photos

        ... nailed or tied coffins to the side of cliffs to bury their dead.

        Some believe the practice is over 2,000 years old. Not everyone is qualified to be buried in a hanging coffin. One of the stipulations is that a person had to be married and have grandchildren. It also takes a lot of money to be buried hanging from a cliff!

        The coffin was carved by the elderly person before they died. Or, if they were too ill or weak it would be carved ...

        Sagada, Philippines

        A travel blog entry by shayles on Jan 23, 2015

        11 photos

        ... to stay warm.

        Amazingly, when we finally make it to the other side of the mountain the cloud disappears completely and we have spectacular valley views. Whilst Banaue’s mountainsides were covered with terraced rice paddies, on this side of the mountain villagers use the terraced paddies for vegetables, leaving the mountainside a patchwork of colour. With such spectacular views (and how impossibly squishy it is inside the jeepney) I jump on the roof for the last ...

        Sagada and the Hanging Coffins

        A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 06, 2014

        1 comment, 139 photos

        ... with the Applai, an aboriginal tribe that lives in this area. The Applai were animists before the missionaries arrived, like their counterparts the Ifugao of Batad/Banaue, and some still are. Interestingly, the burial custom of hanging coffins or putting them in caves continues to this day among both Christians and animistic Applai.

        But not everyone is "eligible" for this type of burial -- only the rich or high-status. So, animistic Applai elders and wealthier ...