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Mang Ramon host a bonfire at night and it was a nice experience. He tells stories about batad and the terraces and allows the guest to ask questions. It is also a time where you get acquainted with other guest.
We really enjoyed our two nights at Ramon's. We stayed in Hut 6, which has a great view of the valley. The native-style hut is very basic, and you need a bit of agility to get in and out, and you need to be prepared...More
Very disappointed by the poor quality of service. The food is not good and expensive. The room is VERY basic, it contains NOTHING at all. Just a smelly bed. Ramon is not as friendly as in the comments. He's just a good businessman that will...More
It's not easy to get here and only for people who are able to hike for around 30 minutes just to get to Ramon's homestay. The huts are pretty simple but clean and with breathtaking views of the riceterraces, at least the hut we stayed...More
So great, familiar, nice staff and the owner Ramon really want to make sure everybody are happy, he love to sit by the fire at night and talk to the guests. Very basic rooms and bathrooms but clean accomidation even though some floors are made...More
US$22 - US$28 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi Silvana, the trek to the falls is a little difficult and you don't have to do it if you don't want to. You can always walk along the rice terraces, get the feel of it you know. And yes, 2 days there is fine. You don't... More
Hi Silvana, the trek to the falls is a little difficult and you don't have to do it if you don't want to. You can always walk along the rice terraces, get the feel of it you know. And yes, 2 days there is fine. You don't have to really "do" something. you can just drink coffee or even a bottle of beer in front of the gorgeous Batad rice terraces.