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Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Two sets of clothes to bring;
First will be the comfy clothes when you are doing the activity like trekking and cave connection
then the second one is a jacket for it will be very cold at night especially in December
Miscellaneous: Bring also pain killers....for aching legs
Written Apr 18, 2013
Luggage and bags: Always travel light. A backpack to carry your stuff is good. A beltbag or a water-proof backpack for the trek to carry water, first aid kit, and other essentials during the trek. Zip lock plastic bags for your digicams, cellphones and videocams. Plastic for soiled clothes and an empty foldable bag for pasalubong to fill-up before you head home.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Light shirts, shorts, jogging pants.
A light raincoat in case it rains.
Jacket and sweaters, and socks it gets very cold at night till the early morn.
Trekking or hiking sandals or a durable pair of slippers will do but these will have to come off when spelunking.
A "malong" is VERY handy!
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Medicine for motion-sickness, diarrhea, muscle pain, gas pain, fever,muscle pain, flu, and, did I say muscle pain? Alaxan is good.
Band aid and betadine for cuts.
Salonpas or a mentholated liniment for muscle pain.
Warning: you may get cuts and bruises during the trek and spelunking but Cuts and bruises are gone in a week but memories last a lifetime!
Photo Equipment: You can bring whatever kind of photo equipment just don't bring a trunk-full unless you are doing a documentary film or something and be sure to have protective covering for them. Ziplock bags are pretty handy.
Written Oct 14, 2008
Luggage and bags: Backpack inside cave (hard to maneuver w/ a body bag)
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Havaiannas sandals (with straps) - very good grip, or rubber sole strapped sandals for hiking, rash guard (so it wouldnt be too cold in cave), arm covers (so your arms wont get burned on the hike to the big falls), waterproof windbreaker (for the rain during long hikes), sun glasses to protect against glaring sun
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: sunblock, insect repellant
Photo Equipment: ziplock to protect your camera if you dont have an underwater case
Miscellaneous: newspaper (to put on floor that might get too muddy / wet), bread, liverspread or jam and 3-in-1 coffee for quick breakfasts before morning adventures, head lights (you can buy from Divisoria at Php100) for the caves, cap (for shade)
Written Mar 23, 2008
Luggage and bags: pack light!!
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: rubber shoes, shorts, jacket
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: bandaid, iodine, chili plaster, ponstan, off lotion, omega pain killer, biogesic
Photo Equipment: cover your camera with zip lock bag when caving
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: flashlight
Miscellaneous: bring small change/ back up cash
Written Mar 12, 2008
Luggage and bags: bags with reliable locks (doors in the inns can be too flimsy), inflatable pillow for that sore back during the long travel, backpacks highly recommended, not your hardy trolley luggage
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: non-slip footwear or sandals (in case you go caving), poncho or wide raincoat to cover you and your backback (in case of rain), umbrella not necessary, warm, lightweight clothes for ease of travel and transfers
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: almost all basic toiletries and medical supplies are available, tampons may be scarce or not available
Photo Equipment: if you go caving, bring a reliable camera with good low light capability, and if you can, a waterproof model, a small tripod may be a good help (a big one will be cumbersome during hikes and climbs)
Miscellaneous: Internet service is available
Updated Feb 2, 2008
Luggage and bags: If you are taking public transport it is better to travel to Sagada with a backpack.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Bring a hoodie/jacket/sweater and socks for the cold nights.
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Most regular brands of toiletries are available in the local market but if you have special requirements then better bring your own supply with you. Same with medicines.
Photo Equipment: Bring a good camera. There's a lot of photo opportunities up there! :) If you are planning to do a little spelunking, be sure to take a protective cover for your camera.
Miscellaneous: Bring sunscreen with you and USE it!!! The weather is deceptive up in Sagada. You might think the sun is mild. But believe me slathering sunscreen on your body is a MUST! or else you'll end up with sunburned skin!
Written Sep 30, 2007
Luggage and bags: My Advise is light packing if you plan to stay in any of the for rent rooms or houses in Sagada.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: 3 pairs of Shorts and T-shirts will do for your 4 day trip including travel time.
I prefer sandals or slippers, well prepare Poncho for rainy season. also bring warmer or hat/cap for your convenient. And also don't forget sun glasses (para astig) Hehehe
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Bring First aid kit (Band iad, cotton, Betadine, Guage, alcohol and Cotton buds)
also bring Tissue wet wipes and extra plastic.
Photo Equipment: Small bag for your cell phone and digicam. you could also have it placed in the zip lock plastic.
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: If you tried to camp and not rent for the houses and rooms bring the following:
Tent and sheet ground, burner stove, lamp/headlamp and water.
Miscellaneous: Also bring MP3 with earphones this really help whiles waiting your waiting.
Updated Apr 11, 2007
Luggage and bags: a backpack will do. bring an extra handheld luggage for pasalubongs, souvernir items.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: bring a sweater! pyjamas... it gets extremely cold at night. even colder than baguio, I swear!
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: bring everything you may need. medical supplies aren't of abundance in Sagada.
Photo Equipment: digital camera, SLR, digital-SLR. a tripod will also be good for outdoor picture-taking and for steady, blur-free photos.
Miscellaneous: bring cash. your credit cards, debit cards, traveller's cheques are no good in Sagada.
Written Dec 16, 2006
Luggage and bags: Sturdy Backpacks
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Cotton shirts
Shorts (avoid denims esp. when hiking/caving)
Sweaters (for cold, cold nights)
Sandals (i.e. Tribu / Sandugo / Islander / etc.)
Shawls / Scarves (for walks and dinners)
Sunglasses (to keep the glare of the sun away)
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: First Aid Kit (band-aid / alcohol / betadine / cotton for small cuts)
Salonpas / Mentopas / Alaxan Gel (for muscle pains)
Wet Tissues (for easy clean-ups)
Toiletries (shampoo / soap / toothpaste / toothbrush / etc. but you can also buy these from the sari-sari stores around)
Photo Equipment: Waterproof cameras
Memory cards (for more pics)
Camera phones (if you don't have digicams)
Camping/Beach/Outdoor Gear: Flashlight (for night walks on the streets)
Written Nov 25, 2006
Luggage and bags: Journey from Baguio to Sagada : Travel light. Backpack will suffice
Trekking : small backpack
Caving : do not carry any
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Journey from Baguio to Sagada : jacket and a neck pillow (long 7 hours journey)
Trekking : T-shirts, Sandals, Shorts
Caving : Swimwear (if not, T-shirts) Sandals (must have good grip!!), Shorts
Toiletries and Medical Supplies: Own toiletries, towels and tissues. You might want to bring along some "babywipes" when doing caving as after caving you will find your hands and legs covered with dirt and guanos.
Elastoplasts for small cuts, deep heat rub for strained muscles.
Photo Equipment: Cables for downloading photos, enough memory cards and batteries for your camera. Some guesthouses do not have wire points for you to charge your batteries - you can charge them at the main reception area - check with the counter
Miscellaneous: For Caving - ziplocks for your camera. You will be getting wet when doing this activity. Hand your ziplocked camera to your guide. He will carry it in his bag for you. When you need to use it, ask for it.
Torchlight - it gets dark quite early. Not many street lights in Sagada.
* No need to take along your torchlight when doing Caving as the guide will carry a gas lamp to show the way.
Updated Oct 22, 2006
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