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Climbing around the very narrow cave was interesting. You cannot be overweight and you need to watch your head even though they give you a helmet. The climb up was very short though really. The zipline was a little fun it had enough slope to...More
This was more fun than I expected. We climbed through the inside of a huge rock to a great view at the top.
This is not an activity for someone in poor health or has mobility issues. We had to climb up rocks, squeeze thru...More
Get ready for the climb of your life!
-Wear shoes and not slippers as rocks are particularly sharp or might cause you to trip!
-Make sure you bring extra clothes as it would make you sweat!
-The air in the cave is cold
It is a nice cave and a climb up to a big Rock formation with a guide. After a climb You have a nice view to surrounding mountains. The climb is easy we had a nine year old boy with us. After catching your breath...More
This adventure was unexpected for us. The plan was just to go to the underground river but then the tour guide brought us here.and it was worth it. We had.fun climbing on the rocks and seeing those rock formations. To add to the great experience...More
This tour was part of our tour on the 2nd day at Puerto Princesa. Corazon Travel & Tours has a package of Underground River Day trip with Zipline At Ugong Rock. The Zipline was optional. You will go through Ugong Rock Cave before you can...More
This tour can be added to Underwater Cave Tour. I booked it at Corazon Travel & Tour. It’s a optional, but I suggest to add it on your Underwater Cave Tour. We had a great time at Ugong Rocks. There’s a hike to get to...More
On our way to the Underground River, our guide was told that there was a long que at the boat dock goung to the attractive, so to kill time we chose to go to Ugong Rock Cave. That was a very good decision. This cave...More
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My son was 2.5 years old when we were in Udong Rock. We passed the route with him; Of course, my wife and I supported him. Upstairs, he was strapped to his mother and they "flew" together down. Shouted, of course, but then... More
My son was 2.5 years old when we were in Udong Rock. We passed the route with him; Of course, my wife and I supported him. Upstairs, he was strapped to his mother and they "flew" together down. Shouted, of course, but then he said that he want to fly again)) So the whole Udong Rock program (climb and descend) is available for the kids along with their parents.