Was very interesting and only takes a short stop to see unless you want to swim. Is ran by volunteers and was worth my time.
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Deep and freezing water with different formations of rocks, the stairs itself is the challenge yes amazing you could feel the freezing inside
I haven't seen many caves before and this was an easy place to visit, explore, and learn about. It was simple, but unique, enjoyable, easily accessible, and inexpensive. Hinagdanan Cave was accidentally discovered when the owner of the area was clearing trees when he found...More
Hinagdanan Cave offers a nice change of pace from all the fun under the sun in Panglao. Precariously narrow steps lead down to a huge cavern with amazing rock formations and a pool where you can take a swim to offset that humid feeling inside...More
We have difficulties in going down. Because of the narrow pathway. But when we got down, I admired the stone formations, the stalactites and stalagmites. The pool is very clear. Unluckily though, when we went there it was almost close. But overall it's a good...More
Similar to Cenotes in Mexico. Have to enter more words. Hole in ground with water in it. Locals start jabbering to sell you crap you don't need. Nothing bad, just not great.
Nice litle cave, not really worth journey on its own but good as stopover.. you have to pay extra for parking scooter also swimming..which i dont think should be alowed anyway be aware: very dificult access to the cave
Pay the $3 fee and walk into this huge underground cavern and swim in the clear water...a must do if in Alona beach...only 15min in a tricycle.