Banaue: 4th day Baguio-Sagada-Bontoc-Banaue

Banaue is one of the major tourist attractions in the Philippines for its famous grandiose rice teracces . It has been visited by many people even before social media exists.

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Just like what I saw from postcards when I was a kid, Banaue rice terraces is truly magnificent. It is truly magnificent not because of its unique landscape but because of how katutubos put their life in it for hundreds of years.

 

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We got to Banaue about 12NN and immediately headed to the tourism office to register. It was getting hazy due to intermittent rains caused by the coming typhoon Falcon. We had our lunch in Sanafe lodge and restaurant and stayed there for few hours until the rain stopped.

 

At 2:00P.M, we headed back to the tourism office to sign up for Bangaan rice terraces tour which costed us Php 700.

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With our tour guide: Edwin

After the tour, we went to the public market to look around. We also found ourselves a pastry shop where we ate bread as our early dinner. Yes, just bread for dinner hehe. Anyway, we had some food with us that we could eat during the travel.

 

Read also: Baguio | Sagada | Bontoc

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