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Timbac Caves

These are the most well-preserved and interesting Ibaloi mummies that you can see in the area but unfortunately the caves have been closed since 2016. Specialists are working on how to better preserve the quickly de…
Cave in Kabayan

Bangao Mummy Caves

The forests around Kabayan hide dozens of mummy caves that only Ibaloi elders can locate; the nearest site where you can see some (not terribly well-preserved) mummies is Bangao in the foothills of Mt Tabayoc (2812m…
Cave in Kabayan

Opdas Mass Burial Cave

On the southern edge of town (in someone’s backyard), this spooky charnel house has hundreds of skulls and bones between 500 and 1000 years old lined up on a stone ledge. It's suggested that the deceased either died…
Cave in Kabayan

Tinongchol Burial Rock

About 3km northwest of Kabayan, near barangay Kabayan Barrio, is the Tinongchol Burial Rock, where several coffins have been leveraged into cuts in a boulder. It's a one-hour walk along a footpath that starts behind…
Museum in Kabayan

Kabayan National Museum

This compact museum is a good introduction to this part of the Cordillera. Ask the friendly curator to explain the difference between traditional clothing of the rich and poor; show off a backpack used to carry pigs…
Filipino in Kabayan

Rockwood Cafe

Tastefully done up with pinewood and stone, this cafe serves organically grown coffee and vegetables, and sells locally produced souvenirs such as lemongrass oil, tea and shoulder bags woven by nearby Kabayan Weavin…
Filipino in Kabayan

Ba-Jon'z

The busiest and most reliably open restaurant in Kabayan offers a fresh buffet selection of around 10 dishes that range from basics such as stir-fried vegetables to more challenging choices like stewed pork intestin…