Some people think it’s corny and a tourist trap, but for children, tactile experiences like this can be unforgettable. Learning first hand where Sagada oranges come from also gives them a better appreciation of these fruits.
Here’s a photo essay of our Sagada Orange Picking experience at Rock Farm Inn…
ROCK FARM INN Batalao, Sagada, Mountain Province Telephone: +63 905 554-5950 Operating Hours: Sagada Orange Picking is available starting at 7 am Cafe de Bodega is open until 9.00pm for food, and 10.00 for the beverage.
Note: You can just walk-in to do the Sagada Orange picking experience.
GAIA CAFE is a community-based Kankanaey cafe by Gawani in Ambasing, Sagada. Its tree-house-inspired cafe made from scraps is located on a cliff with a 270-degree view of the valley on the way to Sumaguing Cave.
The name means “Mother Earth” in Greek, and they only serve organic, community-sourced ingredients from around Sagada. The menu is mostly vegetarian, but not limited to it.
Here’s what to expect in this cafe featured in the movie “That Thing Called Tadhana”…
GAIA CAFE AND CRAFTS Ambasing, Sagada, Philippines Mobile: +63 949 137 6777 (Smart) +63 915 727 6831 (Globe) Operating Hours: Mondays to Saturdays 11.00am to 7pm Facebook: Gaia Cafe and Crafts
YOGURT HOUSE has been voted the #1 restaurant in Sagada that every local or foreign tourist must visit as part of their Sagada experience. It’s famous for its yogurt, which is even better than the ones here in Manila.
It’s been very consistent in terms of quality over the years, but its price keeps increasing. It also has very strict rules, which adds to its snobbish appeal.
Here’s what to expect…
YOGURT HOUSE SAGADA South Road, Sagada, Mountain Province Telephone: +63 908 112 8430 Opening Hours: 08:30 – 8:30pm
Circa 1900 is a casual dining restaurant that focuses on incorporating local technics and ingredients into international cuisine. Circa 1900 offers an eclectic menu with plenty of choices that range from the familiar to the exotic.
Cebu City has always drawn skilled chefs to the local culinary scene, many of whom are continually carving out their reputations in the "Queen City of The South," making Cebu one of the Philippines' gastronomic hotspots.
One such chef who has made a name for himself here is Steve Shrimski, an Australian-born chef who's career stretches nearly 30 years. He resides in Cebu with his Cebuana wife and Business Partner, Eya.
The pair has enjoyed success with the opening of Canvas Bistro Bar and Gallery in October of 2009. Circa 1900, their second and equally successful venture, was opened in 2014.