It is a town in the north of the island of Luzon and is situated in remotes areas on the Cordillera mountain range. It is famous for its scenic wide view of the massive 2000 years old rice fields and is listed as UNESCO World Heritage site. It is not surprising that this place is also called “The Eighth Wonder of the World”. This place stands as a key example of harmony between humankind and nature. The landscape qualifies for unparalleled beauty through which one can observe living cultures which is well maintained through traditions and valued by generations together. The maintenance of the Ifugao rice terraces is an unanimous effort by the whole community. The magnificent landscape is called “Stairs to Heaven” by the local tribes because of the ascending stairs of rice fields. It is difficult to get to this isolated place but it in the end it will be worth every effort. Hiking among the terraces is a common activity by the visitors.