Blog Posts - Ifugao



5 Philippines Must-See Places to Experience Before you Die

The Happy Nomad The Philippines is really a majestic and underappreciated location that you need to visit while it’s still off the tourist track. From bustling mega-cities to pristine tropical beaches, the Philippines has something for everyone...
by The Happy Nomad on Dec 2, 2016

The 5 Philippines Must See Places to Experience Once in a Life

The Happy Nomad The Philippines is really a majestic and underappreciated location that you need to visit while it’s still off the tourist track. From bustling mega-cities to pristine tropical beaches, the Philippines has something for everyone...
by The Happy Nomad on Dec 2, 2016

Hiwang Native House Inn and View Deck

It took me some time to post about this wonderful place.Maybe because I was too selfish to share about it.I didn't want this place to be discovered because it might get too touristic and spoil the serenity feel it gives me whenever I am here.Hiwang N...
by Explored and Experienced on Mar 26, 2016

D'Project 9: Gifts to Gohang, Banaue

Two friends wanted to do an outreach program so they reached out to me to find one school in Banaue, Ifugao.Our local friend in Banaue suggested Gohang Elementary School.The school supplies were provided by friends, Cris and Gellie.D'Project brought...
by Explored and Experienced on Sep 2, 2015

Batad, Ifugao: Ramon's Homestay - Accommodation Review

There aren't much pension houses, guest houses, homestays, and inns in Batad, Banaue, Ifugao and choosing a place to stay will only give you few options. Batad is a small village comprised only by few thousands of locals, and it is roughly an hou...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Jul 5, 2015

Baguio, Sagada, Banaue: Transportation Options - Part 1

Visiting the provinces of the Cordillera Region may be a challenge as only few commuter bus lines offer regular trips going here. Well, with the exception of Baguio City which has long been dubbed as the Summer Capital of the Philippines, traveling t...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Jul 2, 2015

Thinking Thoughts: Make Traveling a Lifestyle With A Purpose

It's really nice seeing more and more foreigners visiting The Philippines and experiencing what our country offers - from culture, to food, to natural resources, and of course to people. We are not the most visited country in Southeast Asian Regi...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Jun 21, 2015

Ifugao’s Tinawon increases production through CPAR

Preserving a taste, protecting a heritage – this is how the rice growers of Ifugao want the heirloom rice production to be recognized. Tinawon, one of the heirloom rice varieties thriving in the Cordillera region, is creating a niche market in the...
by Business Diary Philippines on Jun 15, 2015

Batad, Banaue, Ifugao: Every Traveler's Bucketlist - Part 3

To complete my list of reasons why I love Batad, I have here my last four reasons to establish my thoughts. From Manila, travel time going to Ifugao Province may be a pain as it takes roughly 10 to 11 hours of bus ride from Sampaloc Terminal through...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on Jun 2, 2015

Batad, Banaue, Ifugao: Every Traveler's Bucketlist - Part 2

So to continue my previous post about my "Bucketlist of I love" about Batad in Ifugao, Philippines, listed here are the next four reasons to essentially support my claims. As only few may have known, the Rice Terraces most postcards show ar...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on May 23, 2015

Batad, Banaue, Ifugao: Every Traveler's Bucketlist - Part 1

Visiting Batad, in the mountainous Municipality of Banaue, Province of Ifugao, is a living proof that Philippines is still one of the best places in the world, deserving to be on every tourist's travel getaway list. Where comfort is already met w...
by YES I Admit I'm a Traveler on May 11, 2015

Mt. Nagchajan

The title of this blog post seemed like I trekked Mt. Nagchajan in Mayoyao, Ifugao.Well . . .  I really was here but we went up using a motorcycle.We woke up at 4am just so we can see the sunrise.We did not have any guide with us and were just g...
by Explored and Experienced on Jan 31, 2015

Banaue Rice Terraces: The Eighth Wonder of the World

Human beings are incredibly talented creatures. Within each of us is an immense cache of imagination, creativity, determination, and talent. When humans make use of their ingenuity and skill, they create indescribably astounding wonders that captivat...
by Adrenaline Romance on Jan 7, 2015

Cambulo, Banaue

Cambulo is a barangay in Banaue, Ifugao, Philippines.I decided to have a different birthday that year, days after my dad died.All the hurt and loneliness was gone when I went to Cambulo.Trip to Cambulo has a schedule. My first day was a waste of time...
by Explored and Experienced on Dec 13, 2014

D'Project 7: Sitio Patyay, Mayoyao, Ifugao

We were on the Mayoyao bus bound to  D'Project 6 in Banao, Banaue when a local said that we should also be reaching out to Mayoyao too. Then I remembered when I was there 2013 when Madz, a friend and a nurse at the Mayoyao hospital invited...
by Explored and Experienced on Nov 2, 2014

D'Project 6: Banao and Chunak, Banaue, Ifugao

This project was suppose to happen last year but because of some Politics concerned, I did not pursuit it.Banao and Chunak are both part of Banaue, Ifugao, CAR, Philippines.There were 91 kids that we blessed.(Officially, it is spelled as BANAO but pr...
by Explored and Experienced on Jul 4, 2014

Kiangan Rice Terraces

One of the five (5) clusters under the UNESCO World Heritage is the Nagacadan Rice Terraces in Kiangan, Ifugao, Northern Philippines.I went here by motorbike from Banaue. Though you can reach this place by public transpo through Ohayami Bus Trans in...
by Explored and Experienced on Jun 28, 2014

Hungduan, Ifugao

From the town of Banaue, I took a motorbike to go to Hungduan which is another municipality of Ifugao.There are public jeepneys but trips are only in the afternoon around 3pm to 5pm.My motorbike ride was an hour and 30mins.There are rough road areas.
by Explored and Experienced on Feb 28, 2014

A guide to the Philippines

With its tropical climate, the Philippines is one of the many tourist destinations that travelers frequent to escape the cold weather. More than 7,000 islands comprise the Philippines, and the country is blessed with plenty of natural wonders. Coloni...
by eTravelTrips on Jan 22, 2014

15 Interesting Places in the Philippines to Spend the Long Weekend this 2014

If you check your calendar against the list of the 2014 Philippine official holidays, you Read more The post 15 Interesting Places in the Philippines to Spend the Long Weekend this 2014 appeared first on Freedom Wall. This contains the summary. Plea...
by Freedom Wall on Jan 8, 2014


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