Ifugao is a landlocked province in Luzon which borders several other provinces. The name "Ifugao" originated from the local terms "i" which means people and "pugo" which means hill. When combined, these two words form the name "i-pugo", which means "people of the hills".
The province is home to the Banaue Rice Terraces, which - apart from its picturesque view - holds great historical significance as it gives us a preview of the lifestyles of the Ifugao people from more than 2000 years ago. Apart from this, Ifugao also houses many caves, waterfalls, and historical sites that attract many tourists every year.
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Tappiyah Falls, located in the small village of Batad which is tucked away in the mountains of Banaue, is a natural attraction that can be accessed through a one-hour trek along the Batad Rice Terraces.
This hidden treasure boasts a strong rush of water cascading down a 70-meter vertical cliff. The transluscent color of the waterfall perfectly contrasts with the rich taupe hues of the karst cliff as well as the moss greens clinging to the rock formations that enclose it.
ifugao Color Collection
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