Tam-an, Poitan, Matanglag & Bocos
The hikes between these villages traverse rice fields in the immediate vicinity of Banaue and make for an easy half-day's walk. They can...
It’s a 10-minute tricycle ride up to the viewpoint (return P220), which is the best place to observe Banaue’s terraces. The ‘viewpoint’...
Museum of Cordillera Sculpture
This museum showcases a collection of Ifugao woodcarvings, and what a collection it is! Ritual objects and antique bulol line the vast...
One of the few restaurants that tends to stay open later than 9pm. The owners are friendly and dish up so-so Filipino food. The Las...
Banaue Museum information
The Banaue View Inn runs the Banaue Museum, which contains books written decades ago by anthropologist Otley Beyer and Igorot artefacts collected by his son William, with jewellery, weaponry, traditional dress and headgear and photos of Banaue in the early 20th century spread over two floors. Beyer’s massive ethnography of the Igorot is a must-peruse for anyone with even a passing interest in anthropology.