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Banaue & Batad UNESCO 3days 2 nights Tour ( Private Group Tour Max 6 Travelers)
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Banaue & Batad UNESCO 3days 2 nights Tour ( Private Group Tour Max 6 Travelers)

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The Banaue Rice Terraces are 2000-year old terraces that were carved into the mountains of the Cordilleras by the Ifugaos. The Rice Terraces are commonly referred to as the "Eighth Wonder of the World”, and a Unesco World Heritage Site. The terraces, built by hand are located approximately 1500 meters (5000 ft) above sea level and cover 10,360 square kilometers (about 4000 square miles) of mountainside. Our Private Tour is limited to a maximum 6 persons Only.<br><br>Our Company started bringing travellers up north for more than a decade and we specialised this route. our advocacy is to support the community by engaging our clients with the local people in the mountain region, by this your visit is more memorable and enjoyable.
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Cyril Grace R wrote a review May 2020
General Trias, Philippines67 contributions3 helpful votes
All tourist must try this when they visited Sagada, this sport test your patience, strength, brotherhood, friendship, partnership and more. Must prepare atleast 2weeks walking or jogging before your climb. It is all worth it
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Katy Santos wrote a review Apr 2020
Philippines356 contributions62 helpful votes
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For thrill seeker adventurers, this is a must-visit and must activity for you, the spelunking in Sumaguing Cave. Sumaguing Cave is the largest cave of Sagada, it’s one of the less than a hundred caves beneath Sagada. The rock formations were built by nature thousands of years ago and your tour guide should show you some epic formations that will entertain you during the spelunking. Tips: Bring and wear aqua shoes and swimwear (swim shorts and/or rash guard). Aqua shoes would help you avoiding to slip. Condition your legs and feet by doing some exercise prior to the activity. Follow the instructions of your tour guide carefully to avoid accidents. Bring or wear face mask especially those who are sensitive to the smell of bat waste. This cave is home to thousands of bats. You can add an option to go for a cave connection activity which is the Lumiang Cave to Sumaguing Cave. Since I’m not a thrill-seeker traveler, I just chose the normal spelunking activity.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Galen Campbell wrote a review Mar 2020
Calgary, Canada124 contributions11 helpful votes
An excellent tour for the whole family. Our 4 and 6 year old kids made it down and up with no difficulties. They even did the rope climb part themselves. Put on your bathing suit before you leave your hotel and bring water shoes or sandals. (You won't get soaked, but your bum will get wet.) Having your own head lamp helps, but you could get by without it.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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James B wrote a review Jan 2020
Manukau, New Zealand4 contributions
Just a short walk from the town with stunning views along the way. An excellent activity that is genuinely spectacular. Our tour guids were very knowledgeable and had a great sense of humor.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Panching L wrote a review Jan 2020
Vigan, Philippines431 contributions40 helpful votes
This is my third try in the cave. At least I am better in my preparation - better footwear (“scuba”). Next time, I will also wear gloves and bring head lights or any LED light. Prepared to get wet as well.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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