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Tourists Attractions in Banaue

  • Banaue Rice Terraces – Tagged as the “Eight Wonder of the World,” the Banaue Rice Terraces start from the base of the Cordilleras and reach up to several thousand feet high. Its length, if stretched from end to end, could encircle half of the globe. The rice paddles are fed by mountain springs and streams that are channeled into an irrigation canal that runs downhill through the terraces.
  • Tam-an Village – Tam-an is a small Ifugao village located about 323 steps down from the Banaue Hotel’s swimming pool. Interesting to see here are the bones of their ancestors bundled, preserved and wrapped in colorful handwoven blankets.
  • Banaue Museum – The museum is a just few minutes’ walk from the Poblacion junction. It houses artifacts, costumes, writing and photos about the Ifugaos and other tribes of the Cordillera region.
  • Creative Pagan Museum – This museum houses an extensive collection of Cordilleran sculptures. A beautiful garden with an Ifugao hut can be seen outside the museum.
  • Viewpoint – It is located on top of a plateau. From here one can take great pictures of the rice terraces from different angles and magnitudes. One also has the option to trek the terraces from here.
  • Hapao Rice Terraces – The rice terraces located in Hapao are one of the few extensive centuries-old, stone-walled terraces. It is believed that the Terrace Culture of the Ifugaos started here.
  • Poitan Village – Here, one can see the legendary “stone post” protected and idolized by the village people. One can also see the most sacred idol of the Ifugaos- the bulol or “Rice God” – protecting the grains in the granary. Ifugao huts line the mountain slopes in this village.
  • Guihob Natural Pool – It is kilometers from the town proper. One has to hop and jump over huge boulders to reach the crystal clear waters of Guihob. It is perfect place for those who want to take a refreshing swim.
  • Batad Rice Terraces – Batad is approximately 16 kilometers from the town proper. Here the amphitheater-like terraces are found. Tattooed men and women can also be seen cultivating their daily staple here. Tattoes are similar to clothing for the locals of this part of Banaue.
  • Tappiyah Waterfalls – These cascading waterfalls can be found in Batad. The falls has an enourmous basin where one can swim.
  • Banga-an Village – Banga-an is twi kilometers from the junction leading to Batad. One can simply idle his hours away gazing at the village’s fascinating environs.
  • Mayoyao Village – Mayoyao is located 41 kilometers from Banau. Its main attraction is its stone-walled rice terraces.
  • Duclingan Hot Springs – These hot springs are found at the bank of the Banaue-Duclingan River and adjacent to a deep pool.
  • Mount Amuyao – It is the 8th highest peak in the Philippines, with an elevation of 2,702 meters above sea level. It is located between the boundary of Banaue and Mayoyao.
  • Its summit provides a climber with a breathtaking panorama of the Mountain Province, Isabela, Nueva Vizcaya and Ifugao.

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