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Reader Comments on 'Bohol, Cave Country'

The island province of Bohol may aptly be called "Cave Country." Some 1400 caves have been counted, and probably many more have escaped notice.

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Francis wrote:
Tuesday, 1 March 2016 12:49:31 PHT
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Debra wrote:
Thursday, 13 October 2011 15:33:05 PHT
I'm from bohol but i've only seen the hinagdanan cave in dauis. how i wish i could see the other caves, esp. the one in s bullones described by vic ybalez. and yes, dagohoy's cave, too. bohol may be small but it really has a lot to offer.
Aiz wrote:
Wednesday, 27 April 2011 11:22:51 PHT
Hai happy day! meron din cave sa Trinidad so nice and adventurous. kakatakot nga eh ... hehehehe
Manuel Gallegos wrote:
Friday, 18 February 2011 05:46:18 PHT
Can you more experienced travelers to this part of the world give me some advise? What other islands are worth the visit to see rain forest? please let me know yourdreamscanhappen@yahoo.com thank you
Mcbride wrote:
Tuesday, 30 November 2010 16:51:46 PHT
maaung hapon sa tanan! @ vic ybalez: ask lang ko unsa name sa cave man nga naa sa sierra bullones? is it safe to bring a DSLR camera inside? As in mulosong ba gyud ka sa tubig? Asa pwede contakon ang moguide pasulod sa cave? censya dghan pangutana.:) planning to explore bisan usa lang ka langub sa bohol. Im going home this coming Jan 2011. So, murag naganyar ko sa imong post nga dunay waterfalls sulod sa langub. hope to hear from you soon..... cheers, mcbride
vic ybalez wrote:
Thursday, 16 September 2010 11:39:01 PHT
tinood bitaw nga daghag langub (cave) sa bohol, gani sa sierra bullones sa barangay matin-ao (upper) adunay langob didto nga gamay kaayo ang agi-anan unya molusong ka sa tubig una makaabot didto sa sulod dayon imong makita ang falls nga habog kaayo ilawom sa langub, gani wa pa kaayo ni ma-explore, kasagaran rang mosulod didto mao kadtong taga didto ra o adunay makuyog nga tagadidto, aduna man gud ni swimming pool didto sa kilid niini (usa lang kabuok swimming pool) nga gi atiman sa barangay (dilina sakop sa matin-ao)
Cristela wrote:
Tuesday, 23 February 2010 11:26:18 PHT
I am very proud nga bol-anon q...it is very beautiful place.
Mary Daisy Rabanes Logronio wrote:
Tuesday, 22 December 2009 09:46:46 PHT
One day I have dreamt of being in Bohol again to find my family, but I have lost contact with them. The Logronio family I know lives in Buenavista and Bulawarti if I mispelled that sorry. If anyone knows of them please give this message. My mother is Clara Rabanes and father was Pabling,Pablo or Paul Logronio. Father has other children. Pia, Raul And Paul my half siblings I lost contact since traveling much and gaining all the experiences to continue writing about the path I chose to walk in dating back during WWII. Currently living in Nevada USA a full time student working on BBA in Marketing with 7 cats, 4 dogs and 2 computers and still single. I believe one returns to where one was conceived, according to mother, on December 1956 on a stormy night had to put her on a banka, walang pera, but had to get to Cebu to a hospital to deliver me. Wow suhe daw at iyan ang sabit ng manghihilot. I want to go back and retire with our caves, tarziers, and our chocolate hills, and of course our natural medicines.Gulay at iba pang masarap na hipon, alimasag, pusit, mais at kong ano pa. Na accidente lang ako at natamaan ang ulo ko haya nakakalimot na kaayo. If anyone reads this letter of appreciation that I am a Boholanon wanting to come home. God Bless you and have a wonderful year coming ahead. Thanks for reading. Lek Lek or Daisy is fine
ptlofranco wrote:
Sunday, 23 August 2009 01:56:48 PHT
Yes it's true. Bohol is one of the most wonderful places in the Philippines. Visit Bohol and you will enjoy.
Anne wrote:
Monday, 3 August 2009 02:24:46 PHT
scary desciption of the cave.. I'm having second thoughts about visiting that cave.. You could have came up with a more interesting and less frightening description of the cave. too bad my friends and I were supposed to visit caves in bohol when we get there this Aug. 15, 09, now it's less interesting.
mark anthony muring wrote:
Thursday, 2 April 2009 14:01:54 PHT
magtinabangay ta para ma maintain nato ang kaanindot sa kinaiyahan nga gihatag sa atong labawng makagagahum....
Gmiles wrote:
Tuesday, 24 March 2009 00:00:19 PHT
Please tell the guides not to advice the visitors to take a swim if they know that it is polluted.
mark wrote:
Tuesday, 10 February 2009 16:10:19 PHT
halu..bohol.. uli npud kmi dha ds may..hopefully ..untana.. heheh. kanice jud dha.. suroy2 ba..waka relax jud.makalimotay sa mga utang .haha.. aw cge amping lang mo dha..more power on your site...thnx.. labai pud mo sako blog hehe.. jokenajoke.blogspot.com.. thnx..gbu
mark Anthony Muring wrote:
Tuesday, 9 December 2008 16:45:28 PHT
sa tanang wala pa ka anhi sa bohol, welcome kaayo mo ari ... see the beauty of bohol and of course the good attitudes of the people living this beautiful island
makoy wrote:
Tuesday, 9 December 2008 16:39:23 PHT
lami kaayo ang nga langob sa bohol
vhing wrote:
Tuesday, 28 October 2008 20:59:17 PHT
hi Bernil Gastardo where you came from? bernil is your family name coz my family name is Bernil aswell. thanks and regards
Bernil Gastardo wrote:
Wednesday, 24 September 2008 03:23:09 PHT
Last year, we made our first exploration of the freshwater caves in Bohol. Cave Country, it really is! If cave diving interests you, check out the full report at this link: http://divescotty.com/boholexplore.html
monique wrote:
Friday, 19 September 2008 15:20:49 PHT
the people in bohol is so warm and very hospitable...di gyud k mg mahay ug mo bcta kas bohol....wl ng k2lad ang bohol.many beutiful places to see.....at sympre mggnda at pogi ang mga bol anon........regrdz......
Cha wrote:
Friday, 8 August 2008 18:26:07 PHT
Sino ba yung may sabi na pupunta ng Bohol? Well,taga ron ang mother ko and lagi kami nanduon. Actually,kahit wala kayong kakilala don, walang prob. mababait ang mga bol-anon. Sa pier p lng marami nang tour guides and vans to be rented. i think 3,500php na ngayon ang price nila.You wont regret going in Bohol, its one of a kind place.
Mitch wrote:
Thursday, 7 August 2008 22:16:10 PHT
Hello! my friends and I are new in spelunking.Are there any guides that could accompany us during caving?How much is the asking price? Any recommended place to stay for a group that's on a tight budget.Thank you so much for the help.
Jogettes wrote:
Saturday, 5 July 2008 07:56:35 PHT
We'll be going to Bicol with friend this September. It's our first to get there. I'm just wondering how are we able to explore these gems of Bohol w/o a tour guide. We'll just a map probably and ask around. no on e from us is from Bohol. darn. any bright suggestions on how we'll survive our trip?? :)
Paterno R.Ruaya Jr. wrote:
Sunday, 15 June 2008 10:52:06 PHT
You're right Bohol is a cave country. When I was a kid I saw a cave in Barangay Punta Cruz in Maribojoc, Bohol. The cave, which has an exit on the other side of a hill, is often used by boy scouts during camping days in Punta Cruz, near the famous watchtower. I don't any idea why the local leaders and tourism officials are not promoting the cave--only the overexposed watchtower which could be seen daily in the WOW videoke as background by crooners in the country. Another thing, there is an underground cave in Barangay Lagtangon, near Punta Cruz. When I was a kid we used to get fresh water near the underground cave using the old timba. We used the water for the household need of our aunt's house in Lagtangon. After taking a bath in the sea, we used to peep through the hole and shout to hear echoes from this undiscovered cave which has not entry. This needs further investigation by the local tourism office. Of course I had visited the famous Hinagdangan cave in Panglao Island. The water there is cool. Even picnickers in nearby towns go there on Sundays to take a dip. There's a need for the province for form its own spelunking clubs to promote the thousands of caves in Bohol. Someday I am planning to retire in Bohol, in my old hometown of Maribojoc. By the way I am writing this from my Makati office.
Rhoda Clarin-Bangayan-Bengtsson wrote:
Tuesday, 27 May 2008 13:58:45 PHT
What is the provincial government and the local baranggay officials on that particular place doing to protect these valuable natural assets of the locality? Is there any local ordinance of any kind that preserve,control the treasures of our unique natural enviroment? I think locals dont realize that it can generate little income out of it. Wake up fellow paisanos ! we are talented people, lets shows the world what we can do and what we did....this reflects of who we are by what we have.....
Ann wrote:
Wednesday, 21 May 2008 22:50:42 PHT
Hmmm pic is nice, we are there several times,together with my husband and foreigner friends but seems still smell bad like a human pee.My sugestion is you better watch somebody that pee in the place.because foreigners said that some pinoy's has no discipline.
eonis wrote:
Thursday, 1 May 2008 10:47:10 PHT
please promote also our cave in trinidad,bohol ..it is a nice place to hang out..tnx
Eatdanao wrote:
Tuesday, 29 January 2008 16:55:37 PHT
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Reg wrote:
Sunday, 6 January 2008 01:44:08 PHT
I am so glad I browsed through this site. I am from and living here in Bohol and I have always been very proud of its natural wonders, Bohol caves among others. I agree that caves did play an important role in our local history and culture - such as Dagohoy's revolt against the Spaniards as well as this old tale of our old folks borrowing utensils (ex. golden plates) from spirits that dwell in the caves). This is a very interesting literature as I plan to do more research and exploring of Bohol's caves and hopefully come up with a coffee table book or some other medium in collaboration with some of the local artists here as a way of preserving,reviving (if you will), and promoting Bohol's cultural heritage.
May Ann wrote:
Thursday, 20 September 2007 18:36:50 PHT
Im a filipina who lives here in Mexico. I am really proud of Philippines for its beauty. But we have to face the fact that we are not that famous in terms of tourism. We should be promoting more of Philippine tourism, we have so many things to offer. About the article, all sounds so inviting and exciting, but still we lack promotion.
Anot wrote:
Friday, 10 August 2007 17:12:07 PHT
Indeed! Bohol got its name . "a cave country". Because there are so many caves to explore. To name one, HINAGDANAN CAVE is a naturally made cave, its really amazing how god created it. Many think of it as a man made cave. But to tell you it is already existing since then but only few years ago palang na discover. hehehe . so?. If u are a spelunker , come, visit, explore, and enjoy the scenery of Hinagdanan cave and other caves of Bohol.:).
Ayan wrote:
Monday, 23 July 2007 15:21:59 PHT
here is a link on some write up about eco adventure tour in danao....


Boyet Galope Banluta wrote:
Sunday, 1 April 2007 01:27:37 PHT
were so blessed that in Bohol we have so much to offer regarding tourism and Caves are of them, I'm from Madua Sur Duero, Bohol. I do agree with our kabayan who now resides in Mexico that we have a lot to offer with regards of the above, just an amount of update, tourism now a days in our region is now booming. Thanks and God Bless us all.
Loth wrote:
Tuesday, 27 March 2007 13:04:40 PHT
I'm from Loboc, too. Nong Ondoy is right, we also have this "Guimba" cave. according to my late Lola, this was there hide-out during the Japanese invasion. From thereunder via a tunnel-like structure, they just walked their way to Bilar town. Just don't know how true it is that there were several treasures hidden therein and that nobody could get through the said cave for fear of the creatures living there after being abandoned by the war evacuees.
May Ann wrote:
Saturday, 24 March 2007 02:55:50 PHT
Im a filipina who lives here in Mexico. I am really proud of Philippines for its beauty. But we have to face the fact that we are not that famous in terms of tourism. We should be promoting more of Philippine tourism, we have so many things to offer. About the article, all sounds so inviting and exciting, but still we lack promotion.
Mel wrote:
Friday, 2 March 2007 15:49:00 PHT
Yeah, Gerwin is right. I'm also from Inabanga. Its true we have Macavan Cave there and a river cruise as well similar to Loboc. Its already operational. Hope Inabanga will be featured in this site soon too. God Bless!
Armando Sarigumba Caralos wrote:
Sunday, 18 February 2007 22:11:50 PHT
Bohol Caves and Nature... I am from Loboc Bohol, Talking about caves in Bohol, well it's really an opportunity to explore all this wonderful caves that natures can give. Bohol is a wonderful place to explore. We have caves too in Loboc, that folks commonly called it the " Guimba Cave ", Long before we use to gather " Guano " a kind of rich soil a replaceable element to Modern Fertilizer from that cave. It is also said that these Guimba Cave traverse under the Loboc river then to the town of Lila.(this saying on Guimba Cave that I would love to explore someday during my free time.) Of course a whole lot of outstanding sightseeing inside that even yourself could hardly believe on how the things being shape underneath. Well, folks around the world who loves adventures why not try to have your experience held differently.. in Bohol..
Bentoy wrote:
Tuesday, 19 December 2006 02:09:20 PHT
In reply to Mae's statement. Yeah the one located in Sta.Cruz "POOK". I believe the lot is now owned by a foreigner.
Gerwin wrote:
Thursday, 23 November 2006 17:09:42 PHT
hey I'm from Inabanga town...hope that you can feature the town of Inabanga here! We have a very known cave there and I thought I can read it here but am quit disappointed to find out you don't have it... MACAVAN CITY CAVE? Have you heard about that? and in Inabanga also have floating restaurant that is still developing now... hope you will feature the cave of Inabanga here... Macavan city.

We had not yet heard of this cave, but will certainly feature it when we learn more. Will try to visit there next time we are in Bohol.--Jeroen.

Rigo C. Mijos, Sr. wrote:
Friday, 20 October 2006 04:21:39 PHT
I don't know who wrote this story about Hinagdanan Cave in Bingag, Dauis, Bohol. First of all, I my wife is from Bingag and before we migrated here in the U.S., we used to stay there. In fact I learned how to swim at Hinagdanan Cave. The last time I went home lastJune, this year, I took a bath in this cave and I guarantee you the water is so clean. It's a running water, the fact that during low tide, it's visible the water coming out in the rocks in the shore. The only problem that I noticed was that Souvenir stores are almost eating the spaces close to the mouth of the cave. I don't know if this structures were built legally but it destroys the landscape on top of the cave. I wish the local leadership converted the top portion of the cave into a park so tourists will be attracted on coming back. I don't know if this will happen since almost every space privately owned structures are already existing.
Christine wrote:
Friday, 21 April 2006 18:13:22 PHT
Hello, there!!! I also visited The Hingadanan Cave, it is very beautiful and admiring place. Actually it is near in our place, The last time I went there was on year 2002. I missed that place so much. I had a memorable moments spent together with my friends, and I considered that as one of the most memorable moments in my whole life. I plan to go there on June. See u there,, Thanks,,,
Quicel Allusada Sepe wrote:
Wednesday, 19 April 2006 21:12:47 PHT
Nice place............I want to go there someday.....hopefully...
Mae wrote:
Tuesday, 14 February 2006 15:04:42 PHT
Hi, I heard that there is a cave somewhere in Baclayon and it is located under a huge 'balite' tree..... hope this can also be featured in this site..... thanks....

If that is that balite tree on the right hand side of the road (when coming from Tagbilaran), I have never heard about a cave underneath it. Maybe some other visitors can tell.--Jeroen.

Abigail de Guia wrote:
Sunday, 6 November 2005 21:47:43 PHT
I visited Bohol last Nov. 4-6 and it was realy one great experience! I really loved the place..Actually I was imagining Hinagdanan Cave to be a mountain in which there s a road tracker just to reach the cave. It was a great surprise for me that when we arrived in the cave I found no mountain but instead a gateway to enter the cave down under the ground we're standing.. it was already developed since it has stairways & lights were already installed inside the cave.. I would just like to correct the one in this article.. "but swimming in the pool is not advisable as the waters there are not clean". The water in the cave is very clear and swimming is permitted since we asked the people there to be able to correct the article in this site. But nyway. uts really great being in Bohol! I really love to be back in Bohol again...opps! before I forget, I would like to thank Roselo Cinches, a mototrist & boholano whom we met. Thanks for letting us see the beauty og Bohol. See you again!
TropicalGirl wrote:
Sunday, 6 November 2005 14:36:40 PHT
Hinagdanan Cave is really a nature wonder. It is a beautiful underground scenery that you dont see very often. Its a good size cave with water in the middle where you can swim and have a dip! That was years ago when we went swimming there so Im not sure if current visitors there are still allowed to swim inside the cave. Its like being in a indoor pool but better because its Hinagdanan Cave, its ALL natural, and when you look around you, you see rock formations up, down, all sides...you are in the cave so it is naturally dark and mysterious but it has few sun lights poking out from upper hole(s) and entrance.
Christopher Ian Lumacang wrote:
Thursday, 20 October 2005 18:16:03 PHT
Asa man ta mosakay from Tagbilaran to Bingag island......
Mikamino Fujimeya wrote:
Saturday, 8 October 2005 23:29:11 PHT
Just last week we have our tour in Bohol! I have nothing to say! The whole place was so blessed with mother natures love and blessings! Hinagdanan? although they have not provided the group ample time to enjoy the water....still it makes me feel cleanse inside and out! So relaxing; a nice place to find oneself in solitary moments! Stress and worry relieving that merely looking to the formation of minerals makes me forget everything!
Mr. Bat Guano wrote:
Friday, 30 September 2005 17:36:03 PHT
Any cave owner or claim holder want to supply us with their bat guano? Pls contact us by email.
Juneregor Lariba Quimpan wrote:
Wednesday, 14 September 2005 10:38:22 PHT
I was very amazed of Bohol's beauty...
Emma wrote:
Saturday, 10 September 2005 21:48:32 PHT
I really loved Bohol!!!! I mean i visited the whole phillipines and I think that the best island is Bohol. I mean, I even saw Boracay the island where everybody says it's a great place but i still prefer BOHOL!!! And that it why I invite everybody to go in BOHOL coz it's really BEAUTIFUL!!!
Karen Cute wrote:
Monday, 18 July 2005 11:03:58 PHT
I would like to stay there to search and find out more about bohols caves... I appreciated the beauty.
Rolly dela Cruz wrote:
Wednesday, 6 July 2005 17:30:28 PHT
It's been about 15 years since the last time i saw Hinagdanan. Im here right now in front of my computer searching for pictures and i was directed to this page and here i am cant stop crying. I was born there, right next to that cave. I remember, my lolo (grandpa) and my late lola (grandma) used to have a lil store over there and we used to get a lot of visitors. I remember we used to go swimming in that cave almost everyday. Thats when i first started swimming (about 3 years old). Me and my two other sister used to go under the crystal clear water and look for some coins so we can buy these lil tamarind candies. And sometimes me and my friends used to play hide and seek and tryna play tagging in the water. During summer time, me, my sisters, and my friends used to go look for spiders, guavas, and some vines for the goats. They used to have that wooden fence around the cave entrance and we used to kill our times telling stories, eating, or taking a nap in the back. I miss those wonderful memories. I am more than excited to go back over there!
Nitnelav Sajinroh wrote:
Tuesday, 5 July 2005 15:04:05 PHT
My friend who hails from Panglao, Bohol and invites me to attend their fiesta celebration there. For me it was so unforgetable momment in my life since since i could not beleive of what I've witness and shared a lot of makan (eating) and 3 days celbration before fiesta, on fiesta and after fiesta. Really the people there are very hospitable. We went to the beaches which sorrounds Panglao, Bohol Beach Club, Dumaluan Beach, Dive Perfect Bon, and a lot of foreigners are visiting there as well. Also I can't forget when we went there at Hinagdanan cave in Dauis, Panglao island. Long live Bohol specially Panglao isalnd. Very nice place to visit. Thanks to my friend Engr Alex de Leon for allowing my self to go there.
Roger Kay wrote:
Tuesday, 28 June 2005 05:52:03 PHT
My wife (a Boholana) took me to the Hinagdanan cave and we went swimming there - with no ill effects! I think someone told me that swimming is no longer allowed there now. It was a very novel and interesting experience - well worth a visit whether you want to swim or not!
Gie wrote:
Saturday, 25 June 2005 11:40:49 PHT
I am Geralene from General Santos City, Southern Mindanao, Philippines(The Tuna Capital of the Philippines)I visited Bohol last May 2003, when my husband asked me to accompanied him to his hometown Duero, Bohol. My stayed in Bohol has become my great and good experience in my whole life. I visited the Hinagdanan Cave, Man-made forest,Loboc River and its tarsier,Baclayon Church,...etc...But the part which I admired most in Bohol was its famous Chocolate Hills which I thought it was existing only in my dreams...And my dreams was turned for real when I touched the soil on one of the hill. But when I was there the Hills were not Choco but it's green...hehehe.... I wrote this comments so I could thanks for the Boholanos who were very friendly and accomodating. My husband and I have plan to go back the most famous Island of Bohol next year. P.S. I admired also the Camp Verde in Duero, Bohol...It's too cold there even it was 12:00 noon....it's cool..and take note...Admission is FREE....thanks...
Marco Mijos III wrote:
Friday, 24 June 2005 15:02:42 PHT
I live in Bohol for 2 years back in 1993 tru 1994, I lived 5 minutes away from Hinagdanan cave wit' my grandfather papa nestor and abundia arbutante, cloas and the MIJOS...ive never been back since then...but looking at the picture it feels like i was there yesterday...i know hinagdanan cave by heart, me and my cousins used to play hide and seek there...i leared how to swim there...and almost drown on that places.....i loved that place...i remember when i was 15 years old we used to walk there it takes us like 10 minutes ...i still remember the munuments and statues going towards there...i used to be so broke trying to rent a salbabeda(floating devise)...so we tried to make money by showing off to the german tourist to paid us to jump on the tallest rock inside the hinagdanan cave...5 of my cousins and friends used to jump at the same time on different rocks.that was fun i missed it....my dad side lived in panglao...i used to go to san agustin academy...and i have a lot of cousins living in balicasag island... but a year going there i transfer to tabalong 10 minutes away from tagbilaran....bohol is a beautiful places im planing to visit bingag's fiesta or panglao's or 2006 summer....
David Moore wrote:
Monday, 20 June 2005 18:40:46 PHT
Hello, I have been to this cave also..[The Hinagdanan cave..]I never knew the name until my wife told me today...this is a beautiful cave that i visited in oct. 2002...a very interesting story how they say this cave has been found..under the roots of a big tree..when a coin was dropped and water was heard...i wish to visit it someday again i live in north carolina, usa...
A Reader wrote:
Thursday, 16 June 2005 00:41:10 PHT
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Jonathan Amoyo wrote:
Saturday, 14 May 2005 12:48:33 PHT
Very nice place... no one can compare... I hope to visit the cave again
Rey V. Antequisa wrote:
Tuesday, 5 April 2005 20:49:34 PHT
This is a very pleasant description to our beloved homeland. I'm a Boholano who now live in Iligan. I work with NGO's which have projects in Jandig, Maribojoc, Bohol. I could attest to the truth of Bohol being a cave country. In my village in Jandig there are at least 18 caves that we counted. One of this have an underground stream 130 meters below the surface. This water is now pumped using a hydraulic ram pump which our NGO, Life for Water, helped to construct in 2004. Along the valley where the cave was located is another 4 deep caves that we believe to be connected to each other because of the good ventilation when you are down-under. It would be great if anyone of you will get interested to this caves in Jandig. Our group have already organized a group of local residents who have good experience in exploring caves. Rey V. Antequisa
Joan wrote:
Friday, 4 March 2005 17:32:11 PHT
I was there in Hinagdanan cave, with my relatives,,, last year, all I wanna say is that its beautiful even though its dark, but they put a light, under it I want to swim in the water but I feel afraid....
Eva wrote:
Sunday, 6 February 2005 15:27:58 PHT
Hinagdanan Cave, wow, it's been ages since i'd been there. It's fascinating, you can just marvel @ how these nature we're made. Hopefully, I'll be back soon to explore the place again.
April Ecobiza wrote:
Sunday, 2 January 2005 18:26:13 PHT
Will you please give me the invertebrates found in that cave? I like the cave, its very beautiful!!!!!!
Maricel Subang wrote:
Saturday, 25 December 2004 17:04:33 PHT
I wish I could go there its my mom's place but sad to say I'm not able to visit that place its really a beautiful place i like going places like that its sounds exciting!!!!!! I promise before I will die I can visit that place........Huwag pa sana akong mamatay..he!HE!HE!
Leigh Prior wrote:
Tuesday, 21 December 2004 01:53:35 PHT
Hi I will never get to see this cave but it does look very interesting, i was wondering if anyone knows any more about the albino animals that were found completly cut off from the world and had to adapt to life without the sun. if you could e-mail me it would be great my e-mail is ghettoxsmack@aol.com
Lanette wrote:
Monday, 22 November 2004 06:44:50 PHT
I went to the Philippines this past august b/c my mom is from there and we saw Hinagdanan cave and it is very pretty.
Cheryl wrote:
Sunday, 21 November 2004 14:37:50 PHT
I am a very adventurous person!!!!!!!! whe I saw the pic. of this cave I like it already I wish I could go there its cool.
Cristina Galon wrote:
Tuesday, 16 November 2004 16:59:08 PHT
How i wish that i could visit this very beautiful place!but its too sad to say that even if i am a pure BOHOLANA i dnt experience to watch this place.through pictures i can say that this is a very beautiful cave!
Aleth Ursos wrote:
Tuesday, 9 November 2004 11:45:15 PHT
Earl is absolutely right!!!! I've been there twice and i realy cant find the right words to describe the excitement and the thrill while we r inside Inambacan cave. tourists and visitors out there, its a must see!!!!! kuyog mo?
Earl diola wrote:
Tuesday, 9 November 2004 11:39:30 PHT
Im a frequent visitor of inambacan cave in Antequera. the best part of the cave is the entrance where u have make a step across a hole where a strong current is rushing and making through a narrow passage 5 to 10 meters long where u have to squat while keeping ur head up to be able to breathe thin air. man, its realy an adventure!!!!!
Maxj wrote:
Friday, 5 November 2004 06:14:20 PHT
Wa nice Bohol............I've been there for how many years ........lila is my town...........and wait there's also a Calinja-jao Cave in Lila.somebody make a huge whole in there to get the plenty of gold inside.........those spanish people is the who buried the gold and somebody stole it.......my relative is the owner in that place..........try to find that...so interesting right.
Angel wrote:
Tuesday, 12 October 2004 11:19:52 PHT
Bohol's caves are nice so we must know how to protect it. For those who still not visit Bohol, visit now and enjoy....
Banoi of b-mar,jagna wrote:
Saturday, 9 October 2004 13:13:08 PHT
It was really nice to visit that Hinagdanan cave..hopefully i can visit that place again sooner..specially when we will have our batch reunion of CMM alumni batch 89. Please classmates make necessary plans.Thanks!
Nico wrote:
Wednesday, 11 August 2004 18:34:39 PHT
It's nice being in HINAGDANAN cave!!!!
Lenlen Dorer wrote:
Sunday, 13 June 2004 06:47:05 PHT
There's also "PADJAN CAVE" in Maribojoc.
Dracer torralba wrote:
Monday, 7 June 2004 16:09:59 PHT
Hinagdanan cave is one of the wonderful cave in the Philippines. But some people says Bohol is a dangerous place because of npa rebel,it is not true,because island of Bohol is a good and safety distination of people..... COME AND VISIT>>>>> BOHOL,Philippines.
Floremie Lopena wrote:
Thursday, 13 May 2004 16:23:47 PHT
Bohol caves are nice. It would have been much nicer if the people visiting these areas are too careful not to throw their garbages or wastes anywhere. They must practice self-discipline. And one more thing, we must take care of our environment.
Apolinar wrote:
Thursday, 1 April 2004 22:46:53 PHT
Hinagdanan cave was a famous cave here in the Hhilippines especially in Bohol particularly in my hometown Dauis sitio Bingag. It is very nice and wonderful to see and to witness to everyone who would like to visit in our beautiful cave here in the Province of Bohol. I truly give my very best wishes and proud to our natures that was given by our Almighty Father.
Ahl Hormiguera wrote:
Saturday, 27 March 2004 21:09:46 PHT
Nakaanha jud akong mga kauban sa cave, and I see them there enjoying, sana maulit ang pagpunta nila doon..
ahl wrote:
Saturday, 27 March 2004 21:06:57 PHT
its nature talaga, i really enjoy when i was inside the cave, ang sarap maligo...
jyrel joel wrote:
Wednesday, 24 March 2004 14:19:53 PHT
its great! but at least something must be mention about how to get to these beautiful caves from either tagbilaran or jagna ports. people even from outside the country may want to visit these caves after reading through this article but find great difficulty getting there. can someone do something about it?
Grace G. de Vera wrote:
Wednesday, 24 March 2004 13:01:34 PHT
Its really my dream to go to Bohol..In the near future when I have the money and time I'll go there to see the real beauty of BOHOL..VIVA BOHOL...
giovanni sarra wrote:
Friday, 19 March 2004 14:20:06 PHT
i love the cave,its wonderful and perfect for solemn occasion. cebu normal university - graduate school students conquered its beauty .
jigs villazor wrote:
Friday, 5 March 2004 14:13:33 PHT
lami jud, ganahan sab unta ko moadto, but i'd prefer visiting cave in pilar
Kerr of LCC wrote:
Tuesday, 2 March 2004 11:58:06 PHT
Have some dive in Hinagdanan Cave. The water is so clear!:)

I wouldn't always trust the clearness of the water as an indication of its healthiness! I myself would advise against swimming here, although I've seen other people doing it.--Jeroen.

joey rodriguez wrote:
Thursday, 19 February 2004 05:15:04 PHT
My sister went in bohol last summer together with her classmates in med, i opted to go to boracay and iloilo with my cousins. She told me that Bohol has a lot of scenic spots like the famous chocolate hills and there are lots of cave to explore. Sobra akong naiingit because i really love spelanking....Since then on i really wish that i can go there, see its beauty and now im gathering information because this summer it is my turn to explore bohol. Thanx 4 this website i really learn a lot regarding all the info in the famous Bohol. Im so excited and SEE YOU BOHOL this april.....
angela dalope wrote:
Monday, 9 February 2004 09:20:37 PHT
well grabe sobrang ganda ng cave. amazing. one of this days ill come and visit this cave i really love it. promise.
beth wrote:
Tuesday, 6 January 2004 09:37:42 PHT
hinagdanan cave, amazing,very very nice and interesting tnx.
Edward Sandiego wrote:
Sunday, 20 July 2003 16:31:15 PHT
this website is very interesting, very informative... i realll have a nice time reading the site... just a question... is it really a nature made cave? is it not only a man made...? coz its very nice looks like it was planned.....'o'
Candy wrote:
Friday, 16 May 2003 16:31:11 PHT
Hi, this is a really good website! :) Anyway, I recently watched a feature on Bohol and they showed this cave that is connected to another. There's rapelling involved to enter the caves.. I wonder what cave that is? anyone? I just need this info so I can carefully plan our itinerary in Bohol. Thanks!
rona morala wrote:
Friday, 18 April 2003 19:33:03 PHT
bohol is really a great place, i just want to share to everyone, that we used to be able to swim in the pond at the hinagdanan cave, however due to the neglect of people the water and the cave itself became dirty... but i do hope that someday it will be restored and when i come back i would be able to swim again.
Gigie Rebosura wrote:
Thursday, 23 January 2003 01:59:18 PHT
This place is so amazing and I want to recommend to swing by and take a moment. Enjoy!
Joselito Alampayan wrote:
Tuesday, 21 January 2003 19:33:11 PHT
This is a good article and I think it is really time that people will discover this beautiful island's caves. There are really a lot to discover specially in the central and northeastern part of the island, specifically Anda and Guindulman and even Mabini. Batuan and Carmen also. The list goes on, can I add something on your article the next time it would come out? Thanks. Good job. This is the best website for any tourist destination in the Philippines.

Thanks for the compliment. Everybody is welcome to write articles for this website, and if you have pictures to add to it: the more the better! -- Jeroen.

Jihan wrote:
Thursday, 14 November 2002 12:08:29 PHT
Great! Been there... including all the other wonderfulful spots in the island... Im so proud to have been there even if I'm not from Bohol island... Fantastic!
Craig Welling wrote:
Wednesday, 11 September 2002 10:04:29 PHT
Enjoyed it a lot. Which it was longer. Thanks.

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