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Review of Bukilat Cave

Bukilat Cave
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Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

Im claustrophobic but this is one h*ck of a cave u want to get into.

Water is cold and it was high tide when we got in. There were tour guides snd life jackets available for safety purposes.

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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

As caves go this one is small it it is quite a nice place to visit.
Entrance is well sign posted from the main road ( which is exceptional for Camotes)
Fees are low and parking is good.
Entrance to cave is via steep slippery steps but there is a good handrail.
Swimming was not allowed during our visit but the water looked clean and clear.
A few nice spots in the garden to sit and relax.
Small souvenir shop and store onsite.

Thank mhaywardtravel
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Reviewed 27 February 2018

Cool little cave, lots of bats, stalagmites and stalactites.
you can walk around in the pools, but bring flip flops as its very stoney.

Thank Craig A
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Reviewed 10 February 2018

A beautiful cave with some beautiful sun light falls in through some holes in the 'roof'...and nice and clear warm water.

Thank Koenaki
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Reviewed 1 February 2018

It is surreal. When you're outside you can say that it is just too small but when you are there inside you can really say that the cave was on of a kind nature craft. We got the light naturally from the 7 open holes above. Good thing that the management were able to maintain it clean. No urine from bats. No bad odor. The water is clean. Yet I know there is still somewhere we can go through. We are not allowed to use flash under the cave because the bats might struggle inside. We might got hurt if they will panic. It was just amazing.

Thank June Reck B
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