Sagada Sports & Outdoors

  • Sports & Outdoors
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  • Sports & Outdoors
    by missmarianne
  • Sports & Outdoors
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    Ball games

    by rain_forest Written Jul 23, 2007

    There are no organize sports in Sagada that I know of. You can climb but I don't know of anyplace/anybody in there that does this. You can bring your own badminton set or a basketball (there's a court in St. Mary's) or volleyball, provided you have somebody to play with.

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    cave connection

    by sweet_sentiments Updated Nov 19, 2004

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    tourist info counter

    for the more adventurous you can try the cave connection..... you would need to rappel, swim, etc to exit and enter the connecting caves in sagada (lumiang and sumaguing caves included)...

    check with the tourist office for fees and other inquiries....

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    Spelunking Sumaging Caves

    by arni_ph075 Written Apr 6, 2004

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    Waterfall rock  formation with freezing water

    The Sumaging Cave is huge, it could take 1-2 hours exploring it, and it is interconnected to other famed caves of Sagada..
    Spelunking is probably the highlight of any visit to Sagada..
    On some part of the cave, you need to rapel, using some rustic ropes..great experience.

    Equipment: Be prepared to get wet, .. so for cameras place it on ziplock bags..

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    • Adventure Travel

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