The landscape is truly stunning but it is tricky to hike the narrow trail especially in the heavy rain like we had. It’s slippery so be carefull, but it’s worth it. The Ifugao Rice Terraces illustrate the remarkable ability of human culture to adapt to new social and climate pressures as well as to implement and develop new ideas and technologies. Although listed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage site believed to be older than 2,000 years, there are some conflicting recent studies that report they may be less than 1,000 years old. These amazing irrigated rice paddies were carved into the mountains. The village is nestled among perhaps the finest examples of them in the region. Anywhere in or above the village provides phenomenal views.