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Breathtaking scenery, amazing treks, wonderful people. This place is truly amazing and we loved our overnight trip there. Can't recommend highly enough, especially if you stay at Batad View and Inn with Ramon.
It is the most amazing experience, the view and the friendly people are worth every step. There are no roads to the village or in the village. Everything is carried to the village, even every soda, it’s actually incredible. The last part of the travel...More
Our group were courageous enough to hike the mountain slopes of Batad to experience a one of a kind falls. It was more than 2 hours trek and it is very challenging because it was raining hard and the way to the falls is slippery...More
It was a very long car travel from Manila to Batad then we need to walk (i think its 30-45 minutes) to get to our transient house Hillside Inn. After eating and resting for a while we have started our journey to along Batad Rice...More
I doubt many visitors over 50yrs of age would come here. You do need a degree of physical fitness. Walking is basically going up or going down.
I stayed at the first guest house (Batad Top Viewpoint Homestay) which is only a 15 minute walk...More
It's amphitheater-shaped indeed! Love the peace and quiet. There are lots of bugs and insects that I can't even name but they don't bite. Requires a lot of hiking just exploring the village. Like 30mins from Saddle Point to the homestays. Go to the recommended...More
They say this is the best rice terraces in the Philippines. We went there to give away some school supplies for kids. We trekked the terraces in order toget to a remote villag, on our way back we took a dip at the Tappia Falls,...More
We had no idea about the Bataad trail in terms of its difficulty when we went there. We started from the beautiful tall waterfalls . But there after the picturesque rice terrace came into view. It is amazing how these terraces were built 2000 years...More
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Unfortunately some monsoon rains are expected to affect Northern Luzon until tomorrow, at least in the morning. For more details you may want to check the PAG-ASA website: ww1 . pagasa . dost .gov . ph