This overnight camping trip takes you up a pine-laden dirt road to the grasslands at the base of Mt. Ampacao. Here, you are given a view overlooking Sagada and its nearby municipalities. After watching the sunrise or sunset, the trek continues through an old woodcutter's trail opening up to another grassland clearing at Nabas-ang and exits through Atoanan. On the way back to town, you may opt to visit the famous Sagada Community Pottery along the way.
Note: This tour may not be available on days when there are rituals happening; and such spiritual proceedings do not have definite dates. In cases where guests have paid in advance and the tour is cancelled due to this, a full refund will be provided.
A minimal maintenance fee is included in the price to help maintain our services.
The trail for the tour is rough and rocky; it may be muddy as well depending on the weather so be sure to dress appropriately.