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The way to the cave is quite an adventure. You will get to repel your way down to the blue cave. Before you can see the cave, there are large rocks you have to cross over. You can swim in some areas in the cave....More
You have to hike 15-20 minutes from the receiving area down to the cave. You will be amaze to see the clear and blue water inside the cave. The water is cold but tolerable.
In going back to the receiving area, around 20 to 40...More
Who would have thought that just few trek along the national road lies a pristine underwater cave with drinkable blue-torquoise water? The trek is moderately difficult, at that time, since the rappel that was used for the 10+feet drop was damaged and we had to...More
A quick 15 minute trek on the side of the mountain brings you to the clear blue waters filtered inside limestone caves. The sound of the raging river is enough to soothe your stress away. A dip in the cool, clear and refreshing water is...More
The place was so adventure because you need to pass beside the rock mountain climb the long steps stair case and you feel like a forest but its safe place.when you reach the cave you will be amazed cos the water from the cave is...More
This place is a must visit for adventurous travelers. You have to trek on a mountain path alongside sheer cliff and limestone walls. Then you have to go downwards towards the river. When you reach the bottom, you have to climb above marble stones and...More
Cool water adventure trip that is worth trying especially for the adventurous one. Blue water cave is located about 10kms from maramag town proper just at the boundary of Quezon. There are no signs pointing to the cave so you have to ask the locals....More