Being one of the prime tourist spots in the country and dubbed as the Shangrila of the North, it has been attracting souls from all walks of life, all across the country and around the globe for many years. Nestled quietly on top of a valley and blessed with its cold, lowland climate, it offers a plethora of breathtaking natural landscapes and a rich and living cultural heritage.
With the advent of technology and commercialization in this quaint town, Sagada is drastically being carried away in the background of looming buildings, paved and concrete roads and pathwalks and the urban-like hustle and bustle. With its excessive and drastic development, this poses a foreboding threat in the ecosystem, culture and traditions of the place.
This blog is an avenue for updates and discussions on any related topics with regard to the advocacy of Sagada preservation or anything under the Sagada sun.