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We have the cave all to ourselves and the tour guide was very accommodating and knowledgeable. It wasn't as good as the underground river in Palawan but it was a unique experience nonetheless. My daughter was looking forward for the bats but I guess they...More
Interesting rock formations with various shapes and sizes that will definitely activate your imagination. This hidden gem in Camalig, Albay is fascinating and historical as well.
Caution: The floor is slippery and wet. Some exit holes are very narrow, you’ll literally squeezed your way out....More
This cave is not hot as you think. Because it's naturally ventilated and you can feel the wind inside. I would recommend watching my vlog first before going there. You can search on Youtube using this keyword "hoyop hoyopan cave"
by Juan Marko.
We paid P300 for all of us 5 (1 child). It came with an amazong tour of the cave!
Fun facts we learned:
1. "Hoyop" is a Bicolano word that means "ihip" in Filipino and "blow of the wind" in English.
2. Filipinos hid here...More
My grandparents have a house 1km away from this place, only yesterday (June 26, 2017) did I learned that they lived near an amazing historical site!
The cave that's up in the mountains used to be submerged underwater, it even had Corals in it!
We incorporated visiting this cave with the Quitinday Hills experience. Compared to many other caves I've seen eg: Jenolan Caves, Sydney and Thien Cung Cave Halong Bay, this particular cave is not all that interesting in my opinion.
A guide comes well recommended. Tells many...More
It is a very interesting cave with different formations. It is better to come prepared with your own flashlights, preferably head lamps. Need to have proper footwear with good traction. The guide has a good sense of humor and took really nice pictures. A guide...More
Our guide made all the difference. The cave was quite simple and not that great if you compare it to bigger caves all over the Philippines but there were plenty of cool facts from the tour guide that was insightful and made the tour quite...More
The trail going inside the cave is a bit slippery but when you are inside the view is amazing. the formation of rocks are awesome and a bit funny of its shape :). it was a wonderful experience and must see
The trail going inside the cave is a bit slippery but when you are inside the view is amazing. the formation of rocks are awesome and a bit funny of its shape :). it was a wonderful experience and must see.
Response from mr_eddiefraoslonorge | Reviewed this property |
Your question is a little confusing, are you asking for how much is the entrance fee or can the cave accommodate so many? If so, you have discounts for being students and a group and yes... the cave is large enough to... More
Your question is a little confusing, are you asking for how much is the entrance fee or can the cave accommodate so many? If so, you have discounts for being students and a group and yes... the cave is large enough to accommodate all of you I suppose, there is a guide by the entrance of the cave you can ask. Hope it helps.