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Batad has been subjected to inexpert "modernisation" with concrete, plywood and corrugated iron, Building waste is left where it falls mostly because there is no vehicular access. Very little recycling is carried out, in fact you will always see fires burning rubbish throughout the village....More
Best rice terraces view in the area from Batad. However, this seems to be a typical tourist trap. Once there you have to eat from them and prices are obviously high even though the food is nothing special and the option limited. You are constantly...More
We wanted to stay at the Ifugao House but it ended up with the regular rooms instead. No doubt the Ramon Homestay has one of the best view of Batad and I particularly don't mind the puppies around because they are just too cute. But...More
My friends actually planned the whole trip so I completely had no expectations on where we were going to stay. I was just happy we were finally pushing through with the plan and heading to Batad to check out the rice terraces. When we finally...More
I have been to Batad a number of times. I stay at Hillside Inn because it is a decent place to stay. But a few weekends back, I decided to stay at Ramon's with some of my friends and workmates. This time, to experience staying...More
Hi Silvana, the trek to the falls is a little difficult and you don't have to do it if you don't want to. You can always walk along the rice terraces, get the feel of it you know. And yes, 2 days there is fine. You don't... More
Hi Silvana, the trek to the falls is a little difficult and you don't have to do it if you don't want to. You can always walk along the rice terraces, get the feel of it you know. And yes, 2 days there is fine. You don't have to really "do" something. you can just drink coffee or even a bottle of beer in front of the gorgeous Batad rice terraces.