Ifugao is akin to Banaue Rice Terraces. Undoubtedly, the best touristic draw of this province in the northern part of the Philippines is the artistic makeup of its rice fields, hand-carved into the mountains at least 2,000 years ago.
But beyond the majestic sight of the rice terraces, which also happens to be a UNESCO World Heritage Site, there is much to see in Ifugao that you could not miss. One of them is Tappiya Falls, a leisure trek amid the Batad Rice Terraces, which will introduce you to a beautiful waterfall cascading at a 75-meter rock cliff. Kiangan Shrine and its scenic sunrise view is another must visit for its ethereal beauty and historical heritage. Then, there’s Mt. Napulawan, a stunning mountain that sits 2,642 meters above sea level and is perpetually covered in fog and clouds.
After enjoying many beautiful sights in Ifugao, you might also want to do a side trip to other Northern Luzon prized gems, including Sagada, of hanging coffins and daring caves, and Benguet, where the Summer Capital of the Philippines, Baguio City, is located.
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