The Philippines enjoys a tropical climate characterized by high humidity. So it is such a treat to find a place where you can relish a gentle breeze. That’s what Mountain Province is for, at least for local tourists. People take the trip to the highlands, located in the Cordillera region, to relax in a cooler climate, but what they get in return is an experience of a lifetime, highlighted by hanging coffins and mummified remains.
The most famous spot in Mountain Province is Sagada, famed for its hanging coffins and burial caves. It is also the best place for thrill-seekers who can brave the Sumaguing-Lumiang Cave Connection. Like the province of Ifugao, famed for the Banaue Rice Terraces, Mountain Province also has its fair share of terraced fields scattered throughout the province, including the Kapay-aw Rice Terraces and the Aguid Rice Terraces.
There is no shortage of adventures in Mountain province. But for those who still have the energy and budget to explore some more, it would not hurt to do a side trip to Ifugao, Benguet, Baguio City, and Kalinga.
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