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Lumiang burial cave

Amazed by how they buried the dead way back with no lights, no safety gears and slippery stones... read more

Reviewed December 18, 2019
nicosamneil
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Newport, Vermont
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amazing spelunking experience

it's not everyday one can experience the majesty of the subterranean landscape. the 4 hour... read more

Reviewed September 20, 2019
paisley_road
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Las Pinas, Philippines
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Reviewed February 13, 2017

It is a slippery walk down to the caves and very popular with Filippino weekenders.When we reached the bottom we were a little underwhemed.

Date of experience: January 2017
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Reviewed February 13, 2017 via mobile

For someone not athletic, being able to finish Lumiang to Sumaguing Cave (called Cave Connection) really gave us a feeling of fulfillment. Having 3 guides for our group of four ladies really was a big help to us. We finished the cave con in 3 hours. It is very important to follow the guides instructions and be extra careful. Otherwise, these activity can become quite dangerous. We paid P800/person as guide fees. I would say that Lumiang Cave was the thrilling part and Sumaguing Cave had the beautiful rock formations. Doing the cave connection, we entered Lumiang Cave and exited thru Sumaguing Cave. If you just do Sumaguing Cave, entry and exit points are the same.

Date of experience: February 2017
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Reviewed February 11, 2017

After Sumaguing Cave, we drove to this cave where we had to show our ticket. There is not a lot to see apart from this is where the cave tour from the other cave exit. I only went down half way and stopped. Gavin went to the bottom and said there was nothing to see.

Date of experience: February 2017
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Reviewed February 7, 2017 via mobile

First day in Sagada we made 'echo Valley Trip' and during hiking we asked our guide about other good attractions for next day he said 'cave connection' and then 'get flipflops cause it's gonna be wet there' fortunately we didn't follow his advise and we took rubber shoes...I cannot imagine how we could make cave connection without rubber shoes....we didn't expect that's it's gonna be that adventurous...you have to cross between so narrow holes and when u make first one-there is no way back...you have to make whole trip. That was really dangerous but was so much fun!! Our guide was lovely but seems to be not very responsible person...there are some moments that I thought I am not gonna do it..but I managed with feeling like child and that was literally one of the best adventure ever!!! I recommend this one of you are ready to make something crazy and...if you are not so fat cause holes that u gonna make are really small. Remember make trip that is called CAVED CONECCION cause in others you gonna make just a part of it (one of caves) and it's not gonna be the same

Date of experience: February 2017
Thank aga_ines1
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Reviewed January 5, 2017

Take a guide to explain the significance of the caves and who is buried where/ why. It's interesting to see how the coffins are places and how recent earthquakes have affected the caves. Not a hard walk to get there- just a little slippery if there's been rain. You can go further into the caves but the entrance gives enough of the story!

Date of experience: January 2017
Thank Kerryn72
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