A several days land tour to the Cordillera Mountains in North Luzon takes you to the 2,000 year old Rice Terraces in Banaue, a UNESCO World Heritage.
The highlights include a visit to a native village where you will experience the story of rice production, form planting it in the paddy fields to rice delicacies and wine. A stroll through the immense rice terraces make a visit to this site an unforgettable experience. If placed end to end, the Banaue Rice Terraces would reach halfway around the world!
On the way through the mountainous province you will visit the town of Bontoc, where the museum, founded by the Belgian sisters is located. Weather conditions permitting, visit the Ifugao burial caves in Sagada and inter mingle with the natives. Visit to the country’s summer capital, Baguio City rounds up the tour to the North.