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if you love swimming, don't forget to bring your swim wear when you visit here. you have to pay extra also at the entrance if you'd like to swim. this cave is naturally beautiful. i am not sure if this is constantly a busy place,...More
What an absolutely fantastic experience. Walk down into this cave with stalagmites and stalactites and a beautiful swimming hole. It is not huge, but really is magical. Can get very busy and there are no changing facilities inside cave. If you want to swim, it...More
It's a long trip here and unless you plan to swim, there's nothing much to see or do. The cave itself is no bigger than the size of a small room with some stairs and a small body of water. Some locals were swimming in...More
After paying the entrance fee we were allocated a guide. Who was both knowledgeable and humorous. The cave is accessed by step steps and is really a flooded limestone cavern. People do swim in the cavern waters but our guide described the water as "brackish"...More
Didn't have the best of experiences but that was our fault as we came too late in the day to have the chance of swimming in the cave. If memory serves correct, then think 4.30pm is the cut off time with a 6pm finish.
Great place that we stumbled across whilst out on motorbikes. You get a bit harrassed outside by the stall holders but they are really nice people.
Take swimming clothing to be able to take a dip whilst in the cave!
The place is quite far and you have to pay for Php50 entrance fee. Don't expect to see anything grand yet inside is clean and safe. Any cave is magnificent in nature. What really stood out is the clear water which makes you want to...More
Good to be there, when it's not crowded. You really experience peacefulness, if you are alone. Luckily I went there, when no one was around. About fifteen minutes late a tour group came and spoiled the entire atmosphere with louder talks and laughs. Anyways, worth...More
Special place to try after seaside. Nice and cool inside of you are going kn the middle of the day when especialy hot outside.
Pay at the parking place, ticket was 50p for the entrance and additional 75p for swimming. Not sure if same price...More
Response from MercyA162 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, the best time to visit this place will be at 8 a.m. In that way, you don't have to wait for other tourists to finish picture taking before you can even have your turn to take photos on the scenery. ;-)