3 Nights / 4 Days the Best of Mountain Province: Drive north on the expressway, past the flat and fertle landscape of the Central Plains of Luzon, then cross the southern gateway of Cagayan Valley and stop at Dalton Pass for an expansive view of the Sierra Madre and Caraballo mountain ranges. Continue on past several towns until you reach Banaue.
Day 2 will be spent exploring the breathtaking scenery and fascinating traditional culture of Banaue. On Day 3, check out and drive inland on the mountain highway to the town of Bontoc, where a museum that contains a collection of artifacts, maps and photos of the Igorots will be visited, then proceed to Sagada, a village known for its unique burial practices and the 'hanging coffins'. Carry on to Halsema highway towards, the province of Benguet and Baguio City and check in at a city hotel.
On your final and last day, Day 4, check out and embark on a rolling tour of Baguio before finally exiting through the Centrail Plains of Luzon and the Northern Luzon Expressway. Arrive in Manila in the early evening or late afternoon; drop off at your hotel.
* Two (2) nights in a shared room in Banaue (Banaue Hotel or similar);
* One (1) night shared room in Baguio City (3* category hotel);
* Daily breakfast;
*Private air-conditioned transportation from Manila-Banaue-Sagada-Baguio-Manila inclusive of driver, fuel and toll fees;
*Use of a local jeepney in Banaue for sightseeing;
* Services of a local English-speaking guide in Banaue during sightseeing;
* Sightseeing at Viewpoint/Bangaan Rice Terraces and Sagada; and a rolling/convoy tour of Baguio City;
*All applicable entrance fees ;
*Free breakfast only.
Meeting/pick-up point: Pick up at the hotel.
Duration: 3 nights, 4 days.
Start/opening time: Between 7am and 7:30am.
-End/closing time: Between 7pm and 8pm.
Opening days/period: Every Thursday.
Not included: Lunch and dinner, drinks that are not included in the breakfast meal, porter fees, tips and gratuities. Accompanying guide from Manila (only a local guide in Banaue and Sagada will be provided); other expenses that are personal in nature.
Dress code: Thick sweater/pull overs for cool nights, wind breaker for wet days; rubber shoes/hiking shoes; cap or hat; insect repellent, sunscreen lotion.
Min. Age: 12 years. Not recommended for children with ages between 0 and 11 years old and below due to long overland travel.
Others: Vehicle capacity will allow only one hand luggage per person.