The mountainside villages have been hidden by the fog
Most of the time, Mt. Polis is white, even during summer
Pine trees within the white air
Another whitey place you might want to spend your Christmas is Sitio Agco in Brgy. Ilomavis. This village is an ancestral domain of the Manobo tribe located on a high altitude at the slope of Mt. Apo, the Philippines' highest mountain.
Jungle trees soar high inside the forest covered with fog
The dangerous cliff can deceive you with this beautiful white background
The welcome arch to the town of Bakun, oftentimes, deprive you of getting an idea what to see in this highland town of Benguet. The road entering the town seems like leading to nowhere which feels like your destination is somewhere there, in the fog.
Entering Bakun. The destination beyond the road is mysterious.
When we talk about fog and tropical White Christmas, Atok is grossly, the place to be. Atok town in Benguet is where the highest point of the Philippine Highway System is located. The highest village in the Philippines is also under the jurisdiction of the municipality of Atok.
Fog in Atok is not selective, as in fog is everywhere in town.
Due to its altitude, the town's vegetable farms are at times hit by frost thereby damaging their crops. Atok is 46 kilometers away from Baguio City.
Buscalan is the home of Fang-od, the last tribal tattooist of Kalinga.
Foggy Road in Bauko
Batad is not all about the over 2000 years old rice terraces but also for a White Christmas display. To experience its White tropical Christmas offering, wake up early (before sunrise) to catch the massive build-up of fog over the mountains of Batad and nearby villages in Banaue.
Fog-capped mountain, 'coz there's no snow
The view above is taken from the Batad Saddle. The whitey mountain ranges have turned the view unusual as the sunrise is trying to color the sky with gold.