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It's a small cave and being small has its perks too. You don't need to trek long and difficult path -- a few steps downward and you're there. It was clean and water was cool and clear. The place smelled clean too. It wasn't hard...More
This is a very nice cave, a little bit hard to go down and up. But once you arrive down at the cave, there is a nice small lace where you can swim in fresh cool water. The place is keeped very well and is...More
This place is difficult to find, well signposted at main road entrances to the track but then nothing more.
Entrance fee is 50 pesos which allows you in to the lovely garden area in which the cave is situated.
As caves go this one is...More
This place or cave is very small. Probably the only informative common/popular destination in Camotes, it's the only one with a guide who runs the place plus he doesn't charge a fee but you can give a donation instead.
I was hoping its gonna be a larger cave but it wasn't for me nothing really special with this cave. The resort outside is OK you can dine there. Going there is more fun since you can see how the place is untouch and you...More
This is a surprise. It is unexpected that we can swim here until somebody told me there is a pool in there. Yes best for swimming. Romantic and very exclusive. This is one best attraction Filipinos can be proud of.