• Tee off at the Jack Niklaus-designed Camp John Hay Golf Club in Baguio City
  • Visit the Easter Weaving School and watch tribal women weave rainbow-colored threads into exquisite cloth
  • Meet the local artists at Tam-Awan village where traditional huts have been carefully transplanted from the tribal villages
  • Jostle with the locals at the lively Baguio market where the best indigenous craft and souvenirs are
  • Be mesmerized by the awesome World Heritage-listed Banaue Rice Terraces, layered rice paddies that form a giant “stairway to the sky”
  • Discover the picturesque town of Sagada, one of the Bohemian crowd’s best kept secret in the 1970s
  • Be mystified by the centuries-old mummies of Bontoc, some still in their ancient log caskets
  • For unique souvenir photos, catch the Ifugao men in tribal G-string astride their woodcarved scooters
  • Watch the jaw-dropping sunrise over the rice terraces and enjoy a lunch picnic and bracing dip at the Tappiya Falls in Batad
Source: ItsMoreFuninthePhilippines