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Jacob R wrote a review Sep 2019
104 contributions23 helpful votes
There is nothing special about this village. You have a decent viewpoint, from which you can see other small villages. This is also the starting point for longer hikes through the valley
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Jerzy G wrote a review Feb 2018
Olsztyn, Poland1,733 contributions153 helpful votes
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From behind the Banaue Hotel there is a path down to the village. With great expectations we started walking and we were highly disappointed - the path is so dirty, with all the plastic, packages papers that the good impression of the views was ruined. And of course mosquitos
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Date of experience: December 2017
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Esther P wrote a review Feb 2018
Chicago, Illinois1,256 contributions636 helpful votes
If you are staying at the Banuae Hotel, it is a bit of a hike down about 100 steps to the village. I went only as far as the first souvenir shop and that was enough for me. Once you walk down to the village, you have to go up the stone steps again as there are no roads for
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Neko143 wrote a review Jan 2018
Makati, Philippines88 contributions32 helpful votes
It's been a year when I last visited this place. As always, this is the first place to be once you reach Banaue via bus. Once you hop-off from your bus, you could immediately view the amazing foggy terraces of Bocos village and the majestic Chappah falls. You may also be asked
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Date of experience: January 2018
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William G wrote a review Nov 2017
Liverpool, United Kingdom368 contributions53 helpful votes
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We visited here after viewing the main viewing point for the Banaue rice terraces, i can honestly say that the views were far superior from here. When you first enter you are greeted by the old traditional Banaue house's, you are able to go inside them via a wooden ladder, but
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Date of experience: May 2017
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