Sagada is a remote tourist town located in the northern part of the Philippines. It is part of Mountain Province, one of the provinces that form the Cordillera Region that is located in the mountainous area of north central Luzon. Sagada is also a popular tourist destination. It boasts of several man-made and natural tourist attractions such as waterfalls, limestone caves, underground rivers, hanging coffins, rice terraces, and burial caves amongst others. Sagada, like majority of towns in the Cordillera Region is home to the Igorot people - an ethnic group that was not colonized by the Spaniards and which has retained a lot of its traditions and cultural practices up to this day.