- Sagada was featured in a local film called Don't Give Up on Us.
- Sagada was also featured in an episode of "Locked Up Abroad".
- From Manila, it takes at least 12–15 hours to reach Sagada by Bus.
- Perhaps for lack of transportation and willing guides, few of the Spanish Conquistadors made it into Sagada during the Spanish Era, making it one of the many places that has preserved its indigenous culture with a minimum amount of Spanish influence.
- There are Limestone mountains throughout Sagada. This part of Luzon Island used to be submerged in the ocean billions of years ago. In fact, some fossilized sea shells can be found on the walls of Sumaguing Cave.
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