There are a number of peak seasons for Sagada: Holy Week, Christmas, All Saint’s Day and long weekend holidays. During this time, all the inns are fully-booked weeks in advance. Hundreds of people are there to enjoy the place. But can they truly enjoy Sagada in that manner?
I would say no. Although there would be added joy of meeting lots of people, Sagada is best experienced when it is less crowded. Just imagine traversing the caves and you’re stuck standing on one pathway because you have to wait for a group of people to pass. Or try finding a seat in Yoghurt House, Masferre or the other restaurants.
It would be a nightmare, for me at least.
Try to schedule your visit on an off peak season. These would be the days where the rest of the country would normally be busy at the office. It’s a sacrifice on your time at work but I assure you that it’s all worth it.
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