I went here using my rubbershoes…and it has a slippery sole………it is risky because the flooring of the cave is very slippery so what I did is that I wore off my shoes.....
What is good here is than there are tourist guide...who will explain and even teach tou to adjust your camera....
In my case they arrange my camera and the tourguide even took my pics...hahahahahha
Best time to go here is early in the morning...because if you were caught up with many tourist....much harder to go to the cave.....
There is an entrance fee of 30.00 php
Overall....this tourist attraction is very informative.......
i even saw the balinsasaw bird...the bird which has the most expensive SALIVA...hahahhaahhaa
It reminds me of one website I checked few days before the actual trip to Bohol which says that this cave is one of the attractions to visit for it has a naturally lighted cavern with a deep lagoon with many large stalactites and stalagmites. The cave leads to a large underground cavern, that contains a pond which is a popular swimming spot.
The cave was not that impressive (my own perception only - sorry). Some reviews says that it has been known to test for high levels of various pollutants, since it is fed by ground runoff. So I decided not to soak.
this cave has a large number of stalactites hanging from the sealing and match to the stalagmites sticking out below them and it contains a pond inside.
It was really dark that I cant barely see the surround of the cave so watch out your step coz its slippery. Was looking around its a hell way too quite! inside. We' re the only tourists who go down at that time. While I was taking pictures I asked our tour guide Kuya Mario about the caves and wonder if they let the visitors to go swimming. He said ¡°Yes to me but at that time its prohibited. But it freaks me out, I run so fast with out any doubt that I might slipped coz I heard a big splash in the water. I was damn! Man you freak me out. A guy were just standing above the rocks that I dont recognized if its whatever. He jumped into the water and then go up again!
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The lake in Hinagdanan Cave at Bingag on the north-east of the island has refreshingly cool water. However, as all kinds of disease-spreading bacteria thrive in still waters, it is best to do without that tempting swim. For a few coins the caretaker will switch on the light in the cave. Admission P10.
This is a relatively small cave that has some natural lighting. Admission is 50PHP per person; visitors can swim in the cave if they wish, in which case admission is 75PHP. The entrance is via a short flight of deep steps, there is a handrail but this is not a place for those with mobility issues. Inside the cave, there is a path to follow which can get quite wet due to the swimmers exiting the pool. All in all, if you are in the area, these caves are worth visiting.
Truth is.. you can skip this place... nothing to see..
You have to pay a minimal entrance fee of P20.00, go down a flight of stairs.. its dark and funny smelling inside..
the stalactites are dead.. and you cannot swim inside because it is too dark!
If caving is a thrilling activity for you, visit the Hinagdanan Cave located somewhere in Panglao Island. The habal-habal drivers know where to find it.