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Sagada Hanging Coffins
Philippines

Sagada is a 5th class municipality in the province of Mountain province, Philippines According to the latest census, it has a population of 10,930 people in 2,158 households. It is located 275 km. north of Manila 140 km. from Baguio, and it is adjacent to Bontoc, the provincial capital. Sagada is famous for its "hanging coffins". This was a traditional way of burying people that is not utilized anymore. Not anyone was qualified to be buried this way; one had to, among other things, be married and have grandchildren. Popular activities include trekking, exploring both caves and waterfalls, spelunking, bonfires, picnics, rappelling, visiting historical sites, nature hikes, and participating in tribal celebrations. Guides can be found upon registration at the tourist-office in Sagada Proper (the main town) for a small fee.

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Uppladdad: 12/05/2011
Uppdaterad: 06/10/2014
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