Eighth Wonder of the World
Meet the Ifugaons
The Singing Guides

Happiyo Tour Package
Bulol Tour Package
Mayoyao Tour Package

Bannawor Trail (1 day trek)
Batad Trail (2 days/1 night)
Umbulo Trail (3 days/2 nights)
cordllera tour min.10 pax
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Travel Advisory

While on tour in Banaue, tourists are advised to register at the Banaue Tourist Information Center located at Poblacion, Banaue and pay an environmental fee of Twenty Pesos (P20.00) to be used for the conversation programs of the beauty spots and natural resources of the place. Avoid negotiating or coordinating your tours with unlicensed guides at bus terminals instead get first hand accurate information at the Banaue Tourism Information center established by the Local Government Unit and the Banaue Tourism Council at the town center. Avail of the services of Accredited licensed Tour Guides to serve you for a secured and memorable tour in the center and for protection from exploitation of the culture and environment.

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Welcome to the official tourism website for Banaue Rice Terraces, the Eighth Wonder of the World.

You will find comprehensive travel information here to help you prepare for your visit to the Philippines' manmade wonder of Banaue Rice Terraces. Banaue is the best example of an exquisite time-honored breath-taking panorama built about 2,000 years ago with only primitive tools and olden methods by the ancient Ifugaos.

Explore and discover why it's hailed the Eighth Wonder of the World...experience Banaue now!

. Plan Your Experience
Banaue Tour Packages
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Where to Stay and Dine
Where to Shop
Choose your Guide
What to see in Banaue
What to do in Banaue
Getting There and Around

Jungle Survival 101

Locals and tribes of Banaue has been living in the mountains for years with just the skills in jungle survival and a few improvised tools. Basics in jungle survival helps trekkers especially in cases of emergencies. [read more]

The Ifugao Native House and Its Evolution

The former Secretary of Tourism, Madam Mina Gabor described the Ifugao native house as remarkable but fast vanishing. It is one of the most ingenious and nearly perfect architectural worksmanship ever devised by man. The uniqueness of it is that, it is nail-less, can be dismantled, transferred and put up again in another place, all together in one day without damage of any part. Inspired, she included in her program the preservation of all existing Ifugao native houses as part of the Ifugao culture. [read more]

Rice Terraces of the Philippines: Inscription on the List of World Heritage
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