San Fernando – Camp John Hay – Highest Point – Sagada – Bontoc –
Banaue – Santiago – Manila
Baguio-Sagada-Banaue- If your ready for some switch backs, mountain top roads, cooler temperatures, amazing scenery, good food, down to earth people and some commodore, Baguio is about a 300 kilometer ride north of Manila, up the express way and up into the mountains, we will be visiting Camp John Hay, they have a golf course there and country club and several shops of various foods.
Camp John Hey is an amazing place, comfortable temperatures, amazing scenery, but after doing the ride from Manila, I’d say most of you will be ready to rest and relax a while before exploring around to much. You will discover that a lot of people in Baguio speak very fluent English, which makes sense, sense the city was one of the US Militaries primary R&R spots in the Philippines. In fact, to date, US Embassy staff and officials frequent Baguio for holidays and vacations or just a weekend get away. Baguio is like a modern mountain city nestled in the mountains, a lot of cabins, shopping malls, and historical sites to visit, you’ll enjoy I there, in fact a lot of retired US military personnel make Baguio their retirement home.
Sagada will be our next destination after departing Baguio, our route will take us through the Cordillera Central Mountain Range, the beauty of this region is breath taking, we will stop for a break at a well visited placed called, “The Highest Point” this location is the highest point in the Philippine chain of islands, from there we will continue north along switch backs that will be right up your alley if you love twisty rides, this ride is for a moderate to expert rider level, beginners are not advised to take this tour. Upon arriving in Sagada we will have a nice dinner in Sagada and you’ll have time to roam around and see things for yourself, in the morning, we will continue our ride to the ancient rice terraces of Banaue, these terraces were constructed some 4000 years ago and are considered one of the eight wonders of the world, you will meet local natives whose ancestors have maintained and farmed these rice terraces for centuries.
After spending the night in Banaue, we will ride down into the Cagayan Valley into Santiago, from there we will continue south through the Cagayan Valley where the roads are full of twisty curves and some panoramic views. Come and join us for the epic ride of a lifetime. If you have further questions feel free to visit our FAQ page or give us a call.
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