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As the trip progressed strangers became friends. Particularly special was the effortlessness: perfect logistics, never having to worry about anything, and, of course, the charming and thoughtful way you organised everything.
Selected testimonials from the Aman Jet Journey, March 2016

Sagada

Sagada is a small, charming town nestled into a lush valley in the north of the Philippines, a few hours' drive from Baguio City on Luzon island. The area looks out onto the majestic Cordillera and Ilocos mountain ranges, and with its vast array of natural wonders, provides all kinds of activities for nature lovers to enjoy, as well as historical sites and cultural activities. The northern part of the town offers fantastic vistas ideally captured by the panoramic lens of a camera, with its multi-tiered rice paddies, and Bomod-ok Falls, accessed by a picturesque trek through the area's lovely natural terrain. Sagada is well-known for its hanging coffins, the traditional way locals use to bury the deceased, in wooden coffins scaling up the sides of cliffs. Sagada enjoys a cooler, more temperate climate than many other parts of the Philippines, making it a refreshing escape.

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Our co-founder Jay Tindall has been visiting the Philippines for over 20 years. His favourite places? The rice terraces of Banaue, Sagada, and the beaches of Palawan.
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