There isn't too much to this place. It has a bit of interesting history as it was used in the war against America.
It's a pass-through cave and after maybe 3 minutes of navigating you pass through to the other side which opens up onto a created balcony high above the river below. There is also one side area that dead ends but is also interesting. This area at least gives a bit more of a sense of adventure since it is a bit less travelled. You can find bats huddled on the ceiling and perhaps some other interesting animals and bugs if you interested in such things. Wear clothes you don't mind getting dirty even though most likely you won't get them dirty.
Locals might be hanging out by the opening or across the street. In my opinion, you can ignore their requests to guide you through the tour. Make sure you bring a flashlight, though if there are people manning the booth across the street you can borrow/rent one from them.
It's maybe a 15 minute drive south on the main road past SM Cagayan de Oro. Once there you will likely spend 30 minutes to an hour if you are really into it.
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