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One of the "Must See" places in Sagada. It was a bit tiring yet fulfilling. What i love with the locals is their love & pride in their culture. According to them those in the hanging coffin are not Christians; they believe in gods and...More
A walking distance
attraction from the center of sagada. You will passby other attractions on the way to hanging coffins. A long walk and tiring too but a great experience. Nice view for picture taking.
Also There is an access fee of 10 pesos.
I survived the cave challenge, what more of this. Hanging coffins now is enclosed with woods. U cannot take a pic too near the coffins unlike before. But still a bit near pa din naman. They just have to protect din the coffins. Bcoz our...More
Sadly the area is becoming more used to tourists , and the money that can be made from them. Before it was a just a short stroll from the town, now you have to register and pay at both the tourist centre and entrance to...More
From Sagada, you can trek into the Echo Valley and, together with a local guide, explore the Hanging Coffins, some of which are 400 years old. Most of them are high up the rock face and it´s hard to imagine how people put them there...More
PLACE: What I love about this place is that you will pass through a trail accross Echo Valley which is another favorite place to visit in Sagada. To those who will go here, enjoy the trail and the view. It's the place where people can...More
The Hanging Coffins Of Sagada. If you were in this place you will find peace and make you humble. The atmosphere and the view of hanging coffins make us realize the reality of death. But the respect they give to their loved ones makes me...More
Being young and able bodied this hike was a walk in the park however” I travelled with a couple of seniors, someone who had a recent hip replacement and another with bad knees.
I was expecting the walk to be very difficult for them and...More
I loved Sagada and going back this coming March. Such a lovely place with friendly people, the history of Sagada is worth the trip .I recommend reading the head stones at the local cemetary., some are soo old and some are new.
Response from 43tasneema | Reviewed this property |
Sagada is a very small town. We walked there with a guide. There are only a handful of hotel options in Sagada. Wherever you stay, you should be able to walk. Wear good shoes and have a good breakfast. The climb down is... More
Sagada is a very small town. We walked there with a guide. There are only a handful of hotel options in Sagada. Wherever you stay, you should be able to walk. Wear good shoes and have a good breakfast. The climb down is fine, but it's the steps back up that make your legs really work. Enjoy!
Response from DomusLulu | Reviewed this property |
I wouldn't recommend trying to do a tour from Banaue to Sagada in one day. You should stop in Bontoc and take in the wonderful museum (give it at least one hour) and then get to Sagada with a jeepney, and do a tour of the... More
I wouldn't recommend trying to do a tour from Banaue to Sagada in one day. You should stop in Bontoc and take in the wonderful museum (give it at least one hour) and then get to Sagada with a jeepney, and do a tour of the coffins and a hike the day after. Make sure you register at the tourist office in Sagada and hire a guide. They will not allow you by the coffins without a guide (very inexpensive), and anyway you'll learn a lot more about the customs. Make sure you also visit the wonderful museum in Sagada and go to the Masferre restaurant not only for the chicken but to see the fantastic Masferre photographs of the indigenous tribes.