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* '''Hanging coffins''' There are several places in the area, where you find hanging coffins. One spot is quite downhill in the town, but it's not very spectacular. So if some locals send you there, when you ask for hanging coffins, don't go there unless you're on the way downhill anyways. The main location is in the north of the valley behind a Christian graveyard. Coming from Sagada central main road, head north / uphill for the municipality hall. Turn right there, following main road, and after the basketball court, turn right again. Pass the church on your left and go up the stairs until you face a small gate. Turn left and on the Y-fork after 150 meters, turn right. Cross the graveyard straight ahead. Follow the small path for maybe 300 meters and still uphill, you should already see the coffins on the opposite side down in the little valley. Go downhill, keep right, and you run straight into the main coffin spot. Hidden around this area, you can find several other coffins decorated into some rocks. Best light for pictures is in the afternoon. No guide required.
* <do name="Caving" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">A 2-3 hour cave connection trip including a visit of the Sumaguing Cave, the burial cave / Lumiang Cave and the hanging coffins goes for ₱800 for 1st person, ₱400 for an additional person. The group goes in from Burial Cave and comes out from Sumaging cave. Book at the tourist information counter. Prepare to get wet and ziplock all the belongings. You will have to swim at least 10m to get across one portion. Normal caving costs 500P for a group of 1-4 person, ₱500 for a group of 5, other changers for a larger group.
That being said, if you are up for adventure, you will definitely enjoy this. </do>
* <do name="Hiking Bumud-ok Falls (Big Falls)">Take a jeep near the Municipio, one heading for Bangaan. Fare is ₱15. You do not need a guide to go to the big falls. It has a well-established path. Make sure to try jumping from the ledge.</do>
* <do name="White Water Rafting" url="http://www.luzonoutdoors.com">White Water rafting is available on the Upper Chico River, typically from July to early January, but that may vary slightly with rainfall. The sections of the river being rafted are downstream from Bontoc, except in unusually high water when rafting above Bontoc is possible. Most sections have numerous class 3 to 3+ rapids and several class 4 rapids. Equipment is international standard and guides are trained by US rafting professionals. Cost ranges from 2500 to 3500 pesos/person depending on group size and section being rafted. Inquire at Sagada Outdoors, in the white commercial building across from the jeepney stop.</do>
*<eat name="The Log Cabin" alt="" address="Sagada Besao Road | Poblacion Ato, Sagada, Luzon 2619, Philippines" directions="Head up the hill from the main bus stop and less than five minutes later, the Log Cabin will be on your right." phone=" +63 915 671 7949" url="" hours="6:00 PM-9:00 PM" price="$$-$$$" lat="" long="">Sizable portions, actually palatable food, fair price for what you get. Vegetable options abound with healthy choices of meat involved. Don't write it off for being Westernized - even the locals frequent here all the time! Homey atmosphere with free water (but no dessert). Make sure you reserve/order one day in advance for a spot, otherwise they'll be so packed that you won't get a seat! This also expedites the process of having your food ready upon arrival.</eat>
*<eat name="Slabhouse Cafe" alt="" address="South Road" directions="Walk down the main junction hill for five minutes and look to your right. There's some steps up to a wooden establishment with a white on brown banner that says Now Open, Slabhouse Cafe." phone="" url="" hours="11:00 AM-9:00 PM" price="$-$$" lat="" long="">Super fair prices for Filipino food. Sizable servings with an added bonus that you can ask for less oil/butter in your food. Very friendly staff and fairly new business (as of May 2017). </eat>
*'''Indigenous Inn''' just down the street from the Activity Guide Center, this newly renovated guesthouse has clean rooms with comfortable mattresses. P400 double, twin P450. Hot shower, free wifi on the 1st floor.
*'''Isabelo's Inn''' just down the stairs from Sagada Guesthouse (or behind the big building opposite the bus stop).
* <sleep name="Masferre Country Inn and Restaurant" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" url="" hours="" price="" lat="" long="">Masferre Country Inn and restaurant offers hotel-like amenities including a full service restaurant. It also houses the world-renowned photographs of the father Philippine photography, Eduardo Masferre.</sleep>
* <sleep name="Davey's Inn and Restaurant" alt="" address="" directions="" phone="" email="" fax="" url="" checkin="" checkout="11:30am" price="500PHP for a double bed with share bathroom, but hot water. Wi-Fi available.">The restaurant serve some good food too. If you plan to come back late (meaning after 22:00), just tell the owners before. (Formerly known as Alfredo's Cabin.)</sleep>
*<sleep name="Travellers inn" alt="" address="Sagada" directions="opposite salt and Pepper" phone="" url="" checkin="" checkout="" price="250-300 for a single, 500 for a double" lat="" long="">guest house with self catering kitchen.</sleep>
*'''The Rice Terraces at [[Banaue]] and [[Batad]]''' are spectacular, particularly during season when they are green with rice shoots. During peak tourist season there may be jeepneys direct to Banaue for P195. Otherwise, take a jeepney to Bontoc and another jeepney from there. For the brave, a seat on the roof will offer you truly spectacular views!
*'''Baguio''' There are several buses daily to [[Baguio]], 7:00am, 11:30am, and 1:00pm. The trip is a scenic one over the mountains, passing the highest point in the Philippine highway system.