This excellent outfit, run by an American expat who invests tourism dollars back into the local community, offers a wide range of...
This small museum is packed with an anthropologist’s dream of sculptures, jewellery and other Kankanay artefacts. Be sure to chat to...
Most of Sagada’s famous hanging coffins are high on the limestone cliffs surrounding Echo Valley. Some hanging coffins are centuries...
Sagada’s only watering hole draws a good mix of local guides and out-of-towners, who discuss the day’s events over a San Miguel or 12.
One of Sagada’s many wonderful surprises is this aptly named eatery that feels like a cosy ski lodge, with a roaring log fire and a...
Yoghurt House information
We don't usually rave or fawn, but we can say with absolute certainty that this lovely eatery's tangy yogurt sauce is the best thing ever to happen to (locally grown, succulent) vegetables. Take your banana pancake out on the balcony for breakfast, get some of the great oatmeal cookies to go, or linger over pasta, chunky sandwiches or beef cutlets.