GOING TO SAGADA THIS HOLY WEEK? PLEASE BE ADVISED OF THE FOLLOWING THINGS. 


1. Bus seats (tickets) are taken at FIRST COME FIRST SERVED basis. Reservation is not applicable or practical this season.



2. In as much as our dear transportation provider would like to accommodate all individuals going to Sagada, we can't due to the lack of bus units available. We can request for RETURN TRIPS but we have to balance also the number of buses going to Sagada and the units returning to Baguio.

3. Everyone is encouraged to wake up early and be at Dangwa compound behind the Baguio Center where the Lizardo/GL Bus station is located at, before eight in the morning to buy tickets and reach Sagada as soon as possible.

4. Since this season is considered peak season where a massive number of people travel, please carry minimal load. It would be smart not to bring your pets and other less important baggages.

5. For safety purposes, you know the basics. In terms of money, we have an ATM machine inside the Rural Bank of Sagada. We also have ATM machines in Bontoc if you need to withdraw some cash. Bontoc is an hour away from Sagada.
6. For specific needs, please visit GL/Lizardo at Betag, Km 6 or West Buyagan. You may send me (again) a text message (as usual) but it is more likely for me to consult with the said offices before I could get back to you (if I have load). 

7. If you really need to go to Sagada but there are no buses directly going there, try CUT TRIPS. Take Dangwa, Rising Sun etc buses going to Bontoc then take a jeep from Bontoc going to Sagada.

8. When we go to Sagada, make sure we abide by laws and regulations there. Please no littering of waste and marijuana transactions! No more Brodett family drama please.

9. If you need an inn or hotel to stay there, book ahead of time. During Holy Weeks, inns and hotels run out of rooms. Thus, unfortunate tourists beg Sagada homes to accommodate them. I suggest CAMPING. We have the widest camp grounds in the world, and it is for free as long as you abide by the same old ethics.

10. Help promote Sagada.

P.S. By the way, P220 is the regular fare and P182 is the student/senior fare. No fare increase since the old good days.

Cheers! See you in Sagada.