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View was very nice and refreshing. I managed not to think my life in the city when I was here. Nice weather, Nice people & everything was affordable even for a budget friendly travellers. Sea of clouds indeed! Will be back for sure!
I hired a trike driver to take me to each of the viewpoints overlooking the valley. You certainly don't see rice terraces like this every day. I just stood in awe thinking about the man hours that went in to creating the terraces.
This is one of the most spectacular views and landscapes in my opinion. The rice terraces are over 1000 years old and it is impressive to see how it was built back in those days where they did not have electricity and modern heavy machinery....More
Breathless view of the terraces and a must to visit to all who loves nature.
Trip to Banaue takes a lot of time due to the 2 way road with lots of trailers travelling up and down and you should have enough courage to overtake...More
My girlfriend and I embarked on the two day/one night trek with our guide, Jhun Ognayon, during the July rainy season.
We contacted Jhun on Facebook having read multiple positive reviews on Tripadvisor and agreed the schedule and price beforehand.
Jhun met us at the...More
We stopped by the sleepy little town of Banaue to visit their world-famous rice terraces on our way to Sagada. Growing up, I frequently heard Banaue Rice Terraces being called the "Eighth Wonder of the World" and when I saw them for the first time,...More
I had visited Banaue many times in my life. I remember the first time I saw the rice terraces I was blown away by its tremendous beauty. Now, I don’t have that feeling anymore. It became dull and boring. I think the people in Banaue...More
When we visited we stayed at Banaue Hotel and Youth Hostel. Quite nice place. There is couple of view points around near the hotel. If you have access to some kind of transport, if you get an guide for the day... More
When we visited we stayed at Banaue Hotel and Youth Hostel. Quite nice place. There is couple of view points around near the hotel. If you have access to some kind of transport, if you get an guide for the day, they will take you to some good places with the views.
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Best is Coda bus dahil may CR na malinis sa loob ng bus. It's beside Inasal. Pwede kayong dito kumain bago ng trip. Kung galing ka ng SM North, it's just a few buildings away from Edsa-Aurora intersection. Stay on the side... More
Best is Coda bus dahil may CR na malinis sa loob ng bus. It's beside Inasal. Pwede kayong dito kumain bago ng trip. Kung galing ka ng SM North, it's just a few buildings away from Edsa-Aurora intersection. Stay on the side na papuntang Makati. Take the bus bound for Sagada since stopover nya ang Banaue tourist info office. Have fun!