Trek through remote villages, visit World Heritage rice terraces, explore hidden waterfalls and caves, savour Filipino cuisine
With over 6,000 islands contained within its borders, the Philippines is one of the largest archipelagos in the world. While we can’t possibly show you all of them in just eight days, this journey through the country’s northern half will feel more than comprehensive enough. Up here, you’ll discover the arresting inland beauty of Luzon, known for world-famous (and incredibly picturesque) terraced rice paddies. Elsewhere, you’ll be treated to a first-person encounter with the unique hilltribe culture that dominates the region, learning about witchcraft and healing arts from a bona fide medicine man. Looking for the road less travelled? It runs through here.
Arrive at any time.
Explore Salcedo Community Market Intramuros with a local guide. Travel by overnight bus to Batad.
View the stunning rice terraces, trek to waterfalls and experience authentic Filipino food.
Explore the outdoor paradise of Sagada with optional hikes and a visit to a local waterfall and caves.
Known as the 'gateway to the cordillera', Baguio is a traditional cultural centre of local tribes. Weather permitting, opt to hike to the top of Mt Santo Tomas, the highest peak in the area.
Tour ends on arrival in the late afternoon. Please book any ongoing travel after 8pm.
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