Sadanga is approximately 445 km north of Manila, situated in Mountain Province in the hinterland of the Cordillera Administrative Region. The municipality is landlocked and ruggedly mountainous, occupying an area of 32, 606.88 hectares of mountainous slopes, mostly above 50⁰ slope with, the lowest elevation point found at lowest portion of Saclit at 600 meters above sea level and highest elevation is found in Belwang at 2,618 meters above sea levels. In accordance with this wide range of elevation, temperature and humidity would vary getting cooler as elevation gets higher. In the map, the municipality is found squeezed in between the three provinces of Mountain, Kalinga and Abra, thus it shares with the capital town of Bontoc its Southern borders while it’s bounded by Barlig in the Eastern side, on the North by the municipality of Tinglayan Province of Kalinga, and the West by the municipality of Tubo province of Abra. It extends from East to West, situated 17 degrees 10.4’ latitude and 121 degrees 14” longitude. From Bontoc, it is an hour jeepney ride via a single major route- the Enrile National Road or the Bontoc- Kalinga Road. Bontoc is in turn 10 hours ride by bus from Manila via Banaue, Ifugao, and 6 hours from Baguio City by bus via the Halsema Highway.