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Dipnaysupuan Japanese Tunnel

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| Tukon Hills, Basco, Luzon 3900, Philippines
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A short stop, but not a destination

Stopped by briefly to learn and explore a few tunnels and of course enjoy another view point. But... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
VeiledDancer
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Makati
Nothing special

I know there's a history behind it but for people who are seeking for breath taking views, you can... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
tonton t
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  • Excellent18%
  • Very good41%
  • Average36%
  • Poor5%
  • Terrible0%
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| Tukon Hills, Basco, Luzon 3900, Philippines
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Stopped by briefly to learn and explore a few tunnels and of course enjoy another view point. But as views are better had at other places, I wouldn't necessarily go here just for the tunnels. Length of visit: 15 minutes, unless you want to go...More

Thank VeiledDancer
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I know there's a history behind it but for people who are seeking for breath taking views, you can skip this. The trail was really short.Unfortunately the longer trail is slippery, I would love to explore that. This is definitely not the highlight of any...More

Thank tonton t
Reviewed November 1, 2017

As the tunnel is small the entire tour we had lasted about less than 10 minutes. Our tour guide brought flashlights. There was a passage where it was steep and looks creepy but we were not allowed to go through as it was very slippery....More

Thank May M
Reviewed October 19, 2017

For this place, it is helpful to have a tourist guide to explain the significance of this tunnel-cave where the Japanese hid and slept during WWII after they captured Batanes from the Americans.

Thank vic10101
Reviewed September 12, 2017 via mobile

This is part of my North Batan tour and I stayed for a very short time. The tunnel is just short and it seemed to be not natural like the walls are super fine. Nothing that would leave you at awe but still a good...More

Thank Ricky P
Reviewed August 18, 2017

Low overhead entrance. It is easy to stand inside. You do not walk far inside. Just something different to do. Pictures countryside.

Thank SaigonDoug
Reviewed July 15, 2017 via mobile

This place is a steep uphill bicycle ride from the center of Basco, would recommend taking a scooter, getting dropped off by a tricycle, or going on a tour. Make sure to register at the entrance so they will know to look for you in...More

Thank Elliott D
Reviewed May 29, 2017 via mobile

As Japanese tunnels go, this is quite short at a mere 15-20 steps but nonetheless made the adrenaline rush in my body. It has several exits and requires a bit of dexterity in the visitor.

Thank Reynaline
Reviewed May 24, 2017

The tunnel is man made dating up to the Japanese occulation time. It can fit our group of eight using a flashlight. It can go tp the inner level, which we did not attemp. Purely part of tour of norten batan island.

Thank jdchua521
Reviewed May 10, 2017

We found the whole history of these tunnels fascinating.There are various youTube videos available to see as background.A few of the original Ivatan workers still are living.Definitely include in trip.

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