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Needs clean-up

For a historical site, this needs a lot of cleaning. Rubbish and vandalism is all over the place... read more

Reviewed July 23, 2015
WanderLustDavao
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Davao City
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The hidden caves

Coming from the foot of the PC Hill, one can either take a habal-habal (hired motorbike) or hike to... read more

Reviewed May 1, 2014
Ecyor
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Manila
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Jun 22, 2018
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Dec 19, 2015
“Stone Fortress/City”
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Reviewed June 22, 2018 via mobile

Good place to visit in Cotabato. It is located in Bagua. Easily accessible thru public transportation a jeepney or a rented scooter.

Thank Kizomama K
Reviewed December 19, 2015 via mobile

Where Cotabato got its name...In malay, kota/kuta means town/fort/city. Bato means...well...rock. Be sure to visit a local cultural center to get a glimpse of a kulintangan ensemble.

Thank Levi A
Reviewed July 23, 2015 via mobile

For a historical site, this needs a lot of cleaning. Rubbish and vandalism is all over the place. From the entry, you can smell the stink. Hopefully this gets a thorough rehab and bring it back to its glory. Would visit and explore this once...More

1  Thank WanderLustDavao
Reviewed November 21, 2014

Moslem warriors from centuries ago used the cave to evade enemies... When we visited the place, it is disheartening as this is not properly maintained. You can smell pee...you'd rather not go inside.

Thank rpantoni
Reviewed May 1, 2014

Coming from the foot of the PC Hill, one can either take a habal-habal (hired motorbike) or hike to any of the cave entrance. Some are well kept while some are just signage informing visitors of what the cave is supposed to be.

Thank Ecyor
Reviewed July 25, 2012

The caves were used in Spanish times by the Moros who did not submit to Spanish Rule. The caves are located in Pedro Colina Hill and allegedly goes out into Tamontaka river, spanning several kilometers. At present, only the entrance part is developed. This could...More

3  Thank Josefina M
Reviewed November 21, 2011

the cave is obviously fascinating before it was taken for granted by its municipality. i suggest that this cave should be opened again for more tourist visits. one should ride a single motorcycle waiting at the camp which can carry two passengers at a time....More

1  Thank carlito t
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