Want To Pack your bags and go? Here’s Your Sagada Itinerary

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I’ve already revealed the cost of our hugot in Sagada and even provide you some insights to help you understand their culture. Now, here’s the most important thing before you pack and go.

Copy/Paste/Save or Print this Itinerary to make your hugot in Sagada memorable.

Note: This is not our actual itinerary because we include Banaue in our backpacking. But, you can check it out here.

Time Activities
Day 1 10pm ETD bound for Baguio City
5am ETA in Baguio City BT
7am ETD GL Transit bound for Sagada
1pm ETA in Sagada
Lunch and inquire about the tours
Eco-trail (Hanging coffin, underground river, and falls)
Dinner at your chosen restaurant
Day 2 5:30am 5 Sunrise at Mt. Kiltepan
7am Breakfast
9am Sumaguing Cave tour
1pm Lunch
3pm Rice terraces viewing
6pm Dine, shop for pasalubong
Day 3 6am Breakfast, check out
7am GL Transit bound for Baguio City
1pm ETA in Baguio City
2pm ETD bus bound for Manila or Pasay
8-9pm ETA in Manila/Pasay

Try to catch the 10pm bus bound for Baguio , in that way you’ll catch the first trip to Sagada and arrive at noon. Or take the 5am bus and make sure that you’ll arrive in Baguio before 12nn so you can reserve a ticket going to Sagada. GL Transit last trip to Sagada from Baguio is at 1pm. Travel time is approximately 6 hours.

Mt. Province

If you take an overnight bus and catch the first trip going to Sagada, you’ll have an afternoon free time which you can maximize by taking advantage of one of the tours like the eco-valley trail that includes a visit to the hanging coffins, under ground river, and Bokong falls.

Then, dine at your chosen restaurant. Yogurt House is most recommended. For only P250, you can have a roast pork with vegetables salad as side dish.

Mt. Province, Philippines

Make sure to wake up early the following day, so you can watch the sunrise at Mt. Kiltepan. Usually, the meet up time is around 4 – 4:30 am. Then, go back to the town proper and have your breakfast at the Lemon Pie House.

You may then continue the tours by going to Sumaguing cave then check out the rice terraces at the Brgy. Balugan.

Lemon Pie House, Sagada, Mt. Province

Dinner at the Salt and Pepper or any of your chosen restaurant. If you plan to go on a night out, inform your host or receptionist. Most of the guest houses close their doors at 10pm.

Sagada, Mt. Province

For breakfast, I would suggest the Pinikpikan House. They have the best tapsilog (according to my travel buddy) for only P130. Then, check out and go to the bus station to catch a bus bound for Baguio.

If you have a 10pm flight back to Cebu, make sure to leave Sagada the earliest trip as possible. I would also suggest that you take a bus bound for Pasay. Remember that travel time from Baguio to Pasay is around 6-7 hours. Victory Liner has a trip to Pasay or Manila every hour.

I hope that this has help you in planning your Sagada trip. If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me an email.

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7 Comments Add yours

  1. Thank you for this itinerary, Karen! The Sagada tour that we took late last year was packaged. We wanted to explore other sites and undertake other adventures, but the inclusions and time constraints of the package limited us.

    This will truly help us plan our DIY Sagada trip. 🙂

  2. Love 2 Type says:

    nice tip..

  3. We went there first wik of july. Sagada is soooooo beautiful

    1. Kareen S. says:

      Yeah, saw your blog post the other day. I wanted to go back later this year ka ng tugnaw kay ingon ang tour guide. Mag ice2x daw mga December kay below 10 degrees.

      1. Lageh daw. Mao pod ingon saq tour guide. Moadto q balik ing festival nlng sa banaue para hapiton lang.

  4. sydalg says:

    hi..which spots needs compulsory tour guide??thankyou

    1. Kareen says:

      Hello!

      Most of the tours required a tour guide except for the visit of the rice terraces.

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