Viewed from a high vantage point, these terraces cluster resembles a spider web spread across the small valley. It is located at Barangay Poblacion, which is an eight-kilometer ride from Hapao.
These amphitheatrically stonewalled terraces can be seen at Barangay Abatan -about 5 kilometers away from Poblacion, Hungduan.
The rice terraces located at Hapao, Hungduan, Ifugao offers an extensive, breath-taking view of stonewalled rice terraces bisected by a meandering, clear and sparkling water of the Hapao River. It can be viewed along the National road.
Located at the Poblacion these terraces cluster is a haven for nature-lovers. The natural pool, beside the terraces, has refreshingly cool waters from Mt. Napulawan.
One cannot fail to notice this terraces that stand high beyond the stretch of road between the Barangays of Bokiawan and Hapao. It stands so high like a stairway reaching the sky.
Towering at 2,642 meters above sea level, Mount Napulawan is the highest mountain peak in the municipality and the second highest in the province. This mountain offers an interesting challenge to trekkers and mountain climbers for its abundant flora and fauna, and the panoramic view from the top. In addition, one can experience natural visual illusions at certain times of the day. Historically, Mount Napulawan was the last refuge of the Japanese Imperial Army led by the Tiger of Malaya – Gen. Tomoyuki Yamashita. Access to this mountain is a matter of 8 – 9 hours from Hapao or 5 – 6 hours from the Poblacion Route.
Visit the town’s Village where are famous native houses are showcased. Each native house depicts each Barangay of the town and with a unique design from each other.
Situated at Barangay Abatan, the falls is a must see for nature lovers, it flows right from the mountain of Napulawan with clear and sparkling water.
It is a 40-minute hike from the national road, situated at the upper part of the Hapao River and located between the Barangays of Hapao and Baang. It is along the riverbank and offers a healthful sulfur bath with available huge boulders for sunbathing.
A very convenient natural pool situated along the national road of Poblacion. It has clear, cool and energizing water which flows down from Mt. Napulawan. A place that is very ideal for picnics and recreation.
This stone believed to be the abode of the richest spirits for its capacity to perform nightly rituals. Old folks say beating gongs can be heard every night in the area by unwary travelers. Aside from the enchantment of the huge stone, a swim in its natural pool is refreshing to trekkers.
The annual TUNGOH AD HUNGDUAN is a display of indigenous arts and crafts as well agricultural products hosted at the Municipal Ground. It is a three-day activity celebrated every third week of April. Tungoh refers to the rest period in the traditional agricultural cycle, which is usually after the planting season. Highlights of the festival includes the annual climb to Mount Napulawan, ethnic parade, ethnic games, agro-industrial exhibits, demonstration of indigenous cultural practices, rituals, songs and dances, and sports competitions.
With its free flowing water and its swift water current makes the Hapao River an ideal arena for white water rafting as well as kayaking for experts. In addition, taking a bath in its cool clear water is very refreshing.
Below the terraces is this river that is the beneficiary of greater part of all rivers in the municipality. It can be develop and suitable for white water rafting.