Sagada is a Philippine municipality in the province of Mountain Province . The town lies in a valley at an altitude of about 1600 m. According to the census of 2000 it had 10 575 inhabitants in 2158 ² households and covers an area of 83.3 km. 1995 95% of the population belonged to the tribe of Kankana-ey, of the Igorot counts.
Almost every household cultivates a small plot of land: rice, corn, vegetables and fruits and keeps a few pigs, and for the conduct of rituals. There are also “sari-sari stores”, grocery stores, to weaving, guest houses, restaurants and cafes. Tourism is increasingly characterizes the city.