This cave is not really that big. One can explore it in less than 15 minutes. But what makes this place interesting are its rock formations, narrow passages and steep exit. It's quite challenging to visit the place especially during the rainy season, when the rocks become very slippery, water drips from the ceiling, and some potholes get filled with mud.
To visit this place one has to register first at the tourism post. A guide will accompany you to the cave as well as to other tourist destinations in the area. They charge Php 35 per pax (excluding the tip you might want to give your guide at the end of the visit).
From November to April you might also have the chance to see some raflessia flowers growing in the area near the caves. Also visit a strawberry farm near the tourism post.