Welcome to wonderful MT. PROVINCE !
This special page is my manifest desire to promote our country’s tourism and keep my kababayan informed, visually guided, and updated about our wonderful Province of MT. PROVINCE.
I’m sure you will be fascinated by its breath-taking natural wonders abound and various recreational facilities and FUNtastic attractions.
Delight yourselves in the exotic paradise of beauty, interest and adventure, and feel the pleasures of the people’s bayanihan spirit and hospitality.
Come along and experience the finest things the province could offer. Be captivated by its people distinctive qualities.
Discover and appreciate the works of creative local artists, their handicrafts and souvenir mementos.
Experience our rich cultural heritage. Learn more about our culture, traditions, and colorful history.
Dine and savor our tasty distinctive foods, innovative cuisine with a homemade touch, and accompanied with personable and attentive service.
Traveling taught me a few things; one of the most useful is that the best way to know more of our local kababayan is through its markets.
Visit its markets that serve the best in fresh fruits, organic vegetables and gourmet food items. Your shopping list will engorge with goodies to bring home.
Learn the best places to recreate, enjoy and cherish a truly fascinating experience, and much, much more. In short, here is Just the Best!
Here’s to a worthwhile provincial journey !
Mabunying paglalakbay para sa lahat !
Just across the boundary of Benguet and Mountain Province, the fount of big rivers in Northern Luzon, namely the Agno, Chico and Abra Rivers.BURIAL CAVES
Ancient burial grounds full of coffins. Mostly located in the municipality of Sagada which is 19 kilometers west of Bontoc.RICE TERRACES
Just as spectacular as the Banaue rice terraces.
A village famous for its basket weaving as a home industry.ALAB, BONTOC PETROGLYPHS
A barrio where one can see petroglyphs carved on stone or rock boulders.BONTOC IGOROT MUSEUM
One must see the museum of artifacts and proto-types while in Bontoc
Sagada Weaving House (Sagada)
Sabangan Loom Weaving (Sabangan)
Samoki Weaving House (Samoki, Bontoc)
Various woven materials like knapsack, bags, purses, etc. are being made at the Sagada Weaving House. Sabangan Loom Weaving features placemats, napkins, table runners, and bags while the Samoki Weaving Industry is distinct from that of Sagada Weaving and Sabangan Loom Weaving by way of how the woven materials are made. Samoki's tapis, G-strings, belts and blankets are made by backstraps weaving.
Province of MT. PROVINCE