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Top Six Most Popular Caves in the Philippines

Excavating these caves will surely give you a thrill.

Aside from beautiful white sand beaches and scenic diving spots, the Philippines is also endowed with wonderful caves. There are hundreds of caves in the Philippines. Peñablanca, Cagayan alone has already around 300 caves.

Spelunkers and non-spelunkers, here’s a list of the most famous caves in the country that can give you thrill and excitement. You will surely love and enjoy them.

Callao Caves in Cagayan

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On the Sixth slot is Callao Caves. Located within the Peñablanca Protected Landscape.The seven-chambered Callao Caves boast of massive limestone and other rock formations, skylights, and a chapel. The conditions inside the cave cause stalactites and stalagmites, particularly in the deeper chambers. Every chamber has natural crevices, which let light get into the cave, serving as illumination for the otherwise dark areas of the place.
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Spectacular Caves in the Philippines

Enjoy the scattered beauties and wonders of the Philippines not only on land, under the sea but also underground. Explore these amazing underground wonders of the country from the north down to the south.

1. Sumaging Cave: Sagada, Mountain Province

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Sumaging Cave is probably one of the most popular caves in Sagada. Aptly nicknamed as the Big Cave , was created by water erosion. Sumaging is a cave of impressive size, which may be visited on organized spelunking tours. When you plan to visit the place, get a guide at the Sagada Municipal Building because no one is allowed to go to the cave without a guide and without registration. There are numerous fine formations like King’s Curtain, Rice Granary, or Cauliflower. A huge hall is called the Dancing Hall. But there is also a crawl called the Tunnel. The tour includes some water passages, which is rather harmless as the temperature in Philippine caves is rather high.

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11 Reasons Why You Have To Go to the “Hundred Islands”

One of the most beautiful tourists attractions in the Philippines where you can have a happy and memorable summer vacation.

The Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos City, Pangasinan, Philippines is 250 km. away from Manila. This National Park covers a land area of 1,884 hectares with 123 islands.

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A trip to Hundred Islands National Park and its home, Alaminos City, is a great diversion from the hustle and bustle of the busy, urban life. Breathe in the refreshing views – rice paddies, azure sea – and the rustic and peaceful lifestyle as you make your way to Alaminos City. And upon arrival, savor the city’s unique and dynamic spirit, friendly atmosphere and especially, the beauty and adventure awaiting in the hundred wonders of the Hundred Islands.

This summer, experience and enjoy one of the best tourist attractions of the Philippines. Here’s a dozen way to ensure a happy, enjoyable and worth remembering summer vacation in the Hundred Islands National Park.

1.) Snorkeling

Slip your body into the Park’s inviting water and swim your stress away. Glide with manta rays, groupers and other fabulous sea creatures. The romantic temperature is best for couple bonding. And you can also have fun tagging the kids along for a visual treat.

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