These pictures will only tell you how wonderful Sagada is. The nature at its best, the culture, the tradition, perfect.

These make me want to go back to, again,  experience the same feelings of perfection and serenity.  No regrets, just love.

The Sagada weaving shop
The Philippine wonder
St. Mary’s church- Sagada
Kankana-ey: Ethnic tribe of Sagada, Mt. Province

Green field of Sagada

Sagada hanging coffins

Sumaging cave

Tribal symbol for prosperity
Sagada’s Bomod-ok falls

Inside the cave: ‘The queen’
Inside the cave: ‘The king’
Inside the cave: ‘The prince’
Inside the cave: ‘The birthday cake’
The human ladder challenge

The Kiltepan view deck- The highest point

To read the article about our Sagada summer getaway click here.

Photo credits:

Star Alcorcon, Laurence Marbella, Alex Santillan

21 thoughts on “The best of Sagada

  1. jasetiojanco says:

    Wow! Sagada’s in my list of places to go to. My friends who’ve been there told me that the activities are REALLY tiring but are worth the effort. Seeing your photos pretty much validated what they’ve said. 😛

  2. Mala Teaha says:

    Hello, again ! I think I could do it but, it takes time to realise that because such places aren’t in my next area. But, I’ll keep my focus on this challenge of yours.
    We don’t have hanged coffins but….other cultural and religious habits yes.
    So good this idea of yours.

  3. Mala Teaha says:

    Huh, hard to say something after I saw such photographies! Can you please to set few informations about that place ? It seems to be some sacred. What’s designed on that stone cover: a frog or a lizard ? Great images!
    And…thank you for the visit.

    • blackhelios says:

      Hello! Thanks for visiting my blog. You got lots of great stuff in your site! The place is called Sagada, one of the most culture-rich places here in the Philippines. What you are referring to are the hanging coffins, this is a sacred tradition for dead people in the past. The one in the picture is an image of a lizard. I wrote an article about this place, just under this photoblog entry, here’s the link
      Hope you’ll like it!

      • Mala Teaha says:

        Thank you, thank you. Now I understood this cultural, religious and meaningfull journey. We also have in Romania such a places as yours and, their spiritual heritage is huge.

      • blackhelios says:

        Hey Mala, hope it gave you the whole picture of what it really meant. Can you share some of that in your blog? I want to see your country’s own version of this tradition. I’ll wait! 🙂 Thanks a lot!

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