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this was one of our last stops while touring ten of the hundred islands. one can smell
the pungent odour brought about by bat droppings. the whole cave length is just
less then a hundred meters so there's not much to see.
at the other...More
Cuenco Cave is a small , clean and very safe cave to see. At the end is a breathtaking view of the sea but not recommended for swimming as it is very deep, however this is a picture perfect background. If you desire to stay...More
After spending the day island hopping, it was nice to find something different, this island had a cave / tunnel cutting through it, which provides great photo opportunities. Other reviews say there is a store unfortunately it was closed the day we visited, so no...More
One of the Islands that has a cave on it. The view on the other side is amazing. They have a store on the other side that sell Halo2 for 50Php. You can have a relaxing moment while having refreshment on this area.
I got really excited when the boatman told us about this "cave", but when we got there, I got a bit disappointed as the "cave" was only a couple of meters long to get from the entrance to the back. Then we started walking to...More
The cave is nothing special, but the islands itself has an interesting appeal for those who like abandoned places. Good thing is most of the abandoned constructions where made of bamboo so they'll go back into nature sooner or later.
It feels sad to see...More