Caves in the Philippines

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  • Aguinaldo Cave

    San Miguel, Bulacan - A historical cave chosen by General Emilio Aguinaldo as refuge and where the Peace of Treaty was signed during the resistance against Spanish and American occupation.

  • Bahay-Paniki

    San Miguel, Bulacan - Among the hundred caves in Biak-na-Bato, this houses the most bats. Each of its three entrances gives you different experience.

  • Bakwitan Cave

    Carles, Iloilo - Within the Islas de Gigantes is a cave named because of its function. It was said that residents once used this as an "evacuate"-an.

  • Callao Cave

    PeƱablanca, Cagayan - Houses seven gigantic chambers, a chapel inside, young tourist guides and where the evidence of the eldest human in Asia has been found

  • Crystal Cove Cave 1

    Boracay, Aklan - One of the two caves in the island. It has an opening to the sea with waves smashing the rocks and quite dangerous to visitors.

  • Crystal Cove Cave 2

    Boracay, Aklan - The friendlier cave between the two where you can swim in the open waters and kiss Spiderman.

  • Hinagdanan Cave

    Panglao, Bohol - You need to trek down the cave with stairs hence the name, Hinagdanan. It's a small cave with a small pond inside.

  • Kulapnit Cave

    Tagbon, Caramoan, Camarines Sur - One of the prominent formations inside is the rock terraces that you would think it's manmade but ain't.

  • Lumiang Cave

    Sagada, Mountain Province - A burial cave where stack of many older and few newer coffins could be found easily in the entrance. It connects to Sumaguing Cave.

  • Sarsoza Ponta Cave

    Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur - This one is the unexpected cave that gives you extra challenge. You step in no flat ground but shaky rocks.

  • Sumaguing Cave

    Sagada, Mountain Province - The ultimate spelunking experience happens inside this cave that offers beautiful rock formations and ice-cold water streams and lagoons.

  • Ugong Rock Cave

    Puerto Princesa, Palawan - Coined after the columns inside the cave that transmit gong-like sound when hit. A zipline could help you go down from top.