Last updated on November 26th, 2023 at 07:02 pm
How to get from Banaue to Sagada Best Way – You can go by van, jeepney and private transfer.
We will write how to get from Banaue to Sagada, travel time, bus fare and how amazing are the views on the way to Sagada.
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WHERE TO STAY IN DAGUPAN
You can get accommodation starting from 800-1000 PHP (less than $20 USD) for a room in a guesthouse. Can you imagine if you are two of you traveling in the Philippines, it will be $10 USD each. Read here where to stay in Sagada
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How to get from Banaue to Sagada
BY VAN FROM BANAUE TO SAGADA (VIA BONTOC)
If you want to get from Banaue to Sagada by van it will cost 300 PHP. It will take less than 3 hours. The vans are leaving around 8 am to noon from Banaue but there isn’t exact departure time for this.
If you want to get from Banaue to Sagada by van via Bontoc. The travel time is less than 3 hours. The fare from Banaue to Bontoc is 150 PHP. Once in Bontoc, you will have to catch a jeepney. It will take one hour and it will costs 50 PHP. Jeepneys are leaving every 30-40 minutes from 6 am to 5 pm from Bontoc to Sagada.
BY JEEPNEY FROM BANAUE TO SAGADA (CHEAPEST WAY)
The cheapest way from Banaue to Sagada is by jeepney. You will have to ride the jeepney from the Tourism Office at 8 am. The travel time from Banaue to Sagada by jeepney is 4 hours and the fare is 250 PHP.
WHERE TO STAY IN SAGADA
SHAMROCK TAVERN EXTENSION
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Our choice was Shamrock Tavern Extension is a very humble place yet clean. It is a simple accommodation with the necessities. Shamrock Tavern is homey because of its simplicity. The staff is also very pleasing and friendly, they know how to make their guests happy.
A Basic Triple Room costs $32 USD per night, $71 USD for Standard Double Room, and $71 USD for a family room with a mountain view.
Shamrock Tavern Extension is located at South Road, Shamrock Tavern Extension Building, Makingking, Barangay Demang, Sagada Mountain Province, 2619 Sagada, Philippines.
AGAPE LOG CABIN AND RESTAURANT
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A standard double room with a shared bathroom costs about $21 USD per night, and $14 USD for bed in a 10-bed mixed dormitory room.
Agape Log Cabin and Restaurant is located at South Road, Dagdag, 2619 Sagada, Philippines.
ISABELO’S INN AND CAFE
Isabelo’s Inn and Cafe is conveniently located and is close to public markets, pharmacies, and restaurants. It has a perfect location when travelling to Sagada. Also, it is close to Sumaguing Cave which is about 2 km far only. They also offer excellent breakfast. The staff are very friendly and accommodating to everybody. Great value for your money indeed.
A twin shared bathroom costs $14 USD per night, $14 USD for double economy shared bathroom, and $15 USD for a twin room, $20 USD per night for Standard Double Room with Private Bathroom.
Isabelo’s Inn and Cafe is located at Poblacion, Sagada Mountain Province, Sagada, Sagada, Philippines, 2619.
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Probably the cheapest option here for groups is Alicia’s Homestay. It’s far from other options but it gives the most return. The whole house has 1 double bed & 1 single bed & 1 single bed & 1 single bed and 1 double bed & 1 single bed. There are also trekking experiences nearby.
A night costs about $10 USD.
Alicia’s Homestay is located at Bontoc, Bontoc, Philippines.
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