When the nature calls my name, it’s a sign to unwind myself with its undying beauty. Its green color discloses the loveliness of life with an extraordinary charm that never fade into darkness. Nature is the heart of God that never dies and betrayed my heart no matter how hard to overcome every thrill I’ve encountered. Its lovely birds sing with a sweet thought and the river’s tempo would allow me to deeply breathe and disentangle my memories within.
~I hope you feel the same~
Time may pass by but the beauty of natures always stuck in my mind. Knowing that, I can’t still find the word how it moves my hopeless romantic heart every time I stand in the middle of its alluring views and burst my stress away. I can’t help myself that I’m getting addicted to its admirable bloom which quietly grab my soul to get to know my bum.
Eco Tour: The Road to its Nature
Way back when I was at the heart of Sagada (Mountain Province, Philippines.), I never thought to find myself in the middle of the forest. I was just thinking caving is one of the best in that place, but I was wrong. Sagada is a home of great nature. It offered a lot of wanderlust experience about its life and beauty that I will never forget; and that’s how I treasured my experience on my trip while journeying its road. Though, the weather tried to spoil me, but it didn’t matter if it started to call my name again.
On my second day at Sagada, I chose to explore one of the common tourist activity aside from caving, with my travel buddies. We ventured the ECO TOUR activity that would take 3 hours of a loop hike to Eco Valley, Hanging Coffins, Sagada Underground River Entrance, St. Mary’s Church and Bokong Natural Swimming Pool thru small river, valley/canyon, rice fields and Sagada Weaving.
(Tour Guide fee: Php. 600 for 10 visitors or less)
St. Mary’s Church