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Breathtaking Banaue

The world “Banaue” is derived from the word “Banawor,” a noctural, swift dying bird that lived in one of the oldest sitios of the town. When the Spaniards occupied the town, they mispronounced Banawae, as Banaue, and the name stuck.
Banaue is politically subdivided into 18 barangays, namely: Amaganad, Anaba, Balawis, Banao, Bangaan, Batad, Bocos, Cambulo, Ducligan, Gohang, Kinakin, Poblacion, Poitan, Pula, San Fernando, Tam-an, Viewpoint and Uhaj.

Beacuse of its high altitude, Banaue is often described as “where land merges with the clouds to meet the heavens,” and the rice terraces as “the stairway to the sky.”

Banaue is a place for nature adventures and cultural immersion. Days for indulging in activities such as strolling, biking and trekking. Evenings are for campfire chats at a village or warm indoor cosseting at the lodges and inns.

How to Get There

Banaue is approximately 8 to 9 hours’ travel by bus from Manila via the San Jose, Nueva Ecija route. One can also reach Banaue from Baguio via the Halsema Road. Travel time from Baguio to Banaue is approximately 8-1/2 hours.

How to Get Around

Tricycles are the main transportation in Banaue. But there are jeepneys and buses that can take you to nearby towns and provinces, such as Sagada in Mountain Province and Solano in Nueva Vizcaya.

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