Sagada-Bontoc-Banaue 3D/2N Itinerary

Sagada is one of my must visit place here in the Philippines. The only factor that hinders me from visiting Sagada is the 12 hour butt-numbing ride from Manila. Prior to this, the longest bus ride i had was from Clark to Laoag.

My travel in Sagada was the first time that i had a companion. It was after we exchange messages in Facebook and comparing our travel skeds and our Sagada trip coincided. So from solo it became a group. We also met some travelers in Baguio who were also heading to Sagada.

Here is our 2N/3D Itinerary in Sagada-Bontoc-Banaue


Day 0:

11:00 PM - Ride bus at Pasay Terminal bound to Baguio

Day 1:

4:00 AM - Arrived in Baguio Victory Liner Terminal and ride taxi to Dangwa Terminal

4:35 AM - Arrived in Dangwa Terminal

6:00 AM - ETD going to Sagada


1:00 PM - Arrived in Sagada. Registered at Sagada Municipal Hall.

Lunch break at Yoghurt House


2:00 PM - Commenced Cave Connection

7:00 PM - Completed Cave Connection and had dinner at Pinikpikan.


8:00 PM - Sleeping at George Guesthouse

Day 02:

4:30 AM - Wake up call for Sunset Viewing at Kiltepan Viewpoint

7:00 AM - Strolling at Sagada centre and had breakfast.


9:00 AM - Start trekking Pongas Falls.

12:00 NN - Lunch at Salt and Pepper. Desert at Lemon Pie.

2:00 PM - Echo Valley walking tour (Sagada Weaving, Hanging Coffins, St. Mary's Church).

5:30 PM - Sunset viewing at Lake Danum.


7:00 PM - Dinner at Log Cabin buffet only on Saturdays

Day 03:

5:00 AM - Wake up call

6:00 AM - Ride jeep bound to Bontoc

8:00 AM - Arrived at Bontoc. Take photos of Bontoc Rice Terraces.

10:00 AM - Ride Banaue bound bus located near Bontoc Church.


1:00 PM - Arrived in Banaue. Visited different viewpoints of Banaue Rice Terraces.

3:00PM - Start tour (Banaue Museum and visit a native village in Banaue).

5:30 PM - Early dinner

7:00 PM - Ride bus bound to Manila

Day 04:

4:30 AM - Arrived in Manila

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5 What is your take?:

wow. nakapag Banaue trip pa kayo. haha.. pati yung Lake danum napuntahan nyo din. ayos!

Sayang din naman kasi kung di pa namin e sama ang Banaue few hours land naman from Sagada. sakto din pagdating namin walang fogs na naka cover sa Banaue. Silhouette lang ng lake danum and nakita namin. Ma ambon kasi nag bonfire nalang.

It's good that you joined a group. Expenses are split plus you get to chat with someone during the looong rides.

Yeah you are right Gay, one of the advantage of traveling in a group is having a split with the expenses and having someone to share the excitement and adventure. The experience is new and i had fun!

do you have any of detailed expenses for this..? tnx

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