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Concuring Sagada Mountains

Concuring Sagada Mountains with my Family, one of the best journey ever.”

Last March 2019, My family went to the Sagada Mountain Province to fulfil one of my travel bucket list, Sagada. Officially the Municipality of Sagada is a 5th class municipality in the province of Mountain Province, Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of only 11,127 people. It is adjacent to Bontoc, the provincial capital.

We joined a 3 days 2 nights tour package from Lakwatserang Bata that I found on FB, a Banaue-Sagada-Baguio group tour.

Our first stop at the Banaue rice terraces, a breathtaking view that I did only saw on my elementary days likas na yaman, anyong lupa chart from school that I used to cut out for assignment.

Banaue Rice Terraces

The roads going to Sagada is very crooked but it’s all worth it. The weather at that time is still cold and a bit sunray hot.

One of the mountains that we climb is the Blue Soil Hills or Kaman-utek Hills, it is one of the many reasons why we chose to visit Sagada. It’s a unique attraction that you can find only in Sagada. The bluish-green color is due to the high copper sulfate content of the soil. The colors are deeper when the soil is moistened or after raining .

Blue Soil Hills

Another is the Marlboro Hills, to watch the sunrise and sea of clouds.

Marlboro Hills

It was indeed an unforgettable experience for us because we have our 4 years old daughter with us who conquer all the mountains that we climbed. She enjoys climbing up and down the mountains.

Our little mountaineer

Travelling and conquering the world with the family is one of the greatest gifts we can give to our children. It’s like teaching them to conquer everything that comes in their way in the future with the help of all might God Our Father. Thank you, Lord God, for this wonderful creation.

Catherine Pascual
Thank you for your time,
reading my blog. 🙂
GodBless!

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