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“A tricky way to get in.”
Review of Cudugnon Cave

Cudugnon Cave
Ranked #25 of 67 things to do in El Nido
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed May 10, 2013

My friend and I had a fun time getting into this cave before we we're able to see the gem inside. Me as a 5 footer, I still need somebody to lift and push me to get in the way. You have to put a cushion on the flat rock to avoid bruises and scratch My healthy friends and aged one are eager to get in and so they took the risk and it really pays off! It's a worth visiting spot.

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Reviewed May 8, 2013

This was not that great and took a few hours out of the day we could have spent snorkelling, swimming, snoozing etc. Yes it is a geologically amazing thing but a cave and bats - yeah not that awesome

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Reviewed April 21, 2013

We were brought to this island with a small private beach. They led us to this small cave with a small hole, Set up towels and instructed us on how to get through this hole. Beyond the small hole was a cave, where the light comes from the hole on top. It was a sight to see. The cave was well lighted and it can probably accommodate 40 people. The wall have all shape and shades as it was so old. all in all a beautiful sight for the eye and camera. It is also inhabited by bats, although not too many. By the way, you can see actual jelly fish in the beach front going towards the cave.

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Reviewed February 7, 2013

Worth a quick visit ! When on tour we are only there for no more than 20 minutes ! Difficult for older and larger people to enter the cave ! It is an archeological site so it must be respect and protected ! Difficult to take good photos in the cave !

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Reviewed January 31, 2013

Cudugnon Cave is located west of Lagen Island. Archeological evidence suggests that it could have been a Neolithical burial place, because bones were found at the site.

We visited this attraction as part of Tour B. For a 6ft plus person it was certainly a challenge to fit through the narrow opening to get inside the cave. Our tour guide was very helpful by using life vests to prevent any scratches from the rocks. Whilst inside many interesting rock formation. Birds and bats are residents of this cave.

Worth visiting as part of Tour B.

1  Thank tommomelbourne
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