The Magnificent Caves in the Philippines


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Photo Credits: tripsiders.com

Callao Caves

Located in Peñablanca, Cagayan, Callao Caves is a massive seven-chambered cave that shows off gigantic limestone and rock structures including chapels and skylights.

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Photo credits: thousandwonders.net

Hinagdanan Cave

Located in Panglao Island, Bohol. This beautiful limestone-made cave has a lagoon and huge stalagmites. Its entrance is a hole one meter wide in diameter.

Photo credits: palawanisland.org
Photo credits: palawanisland.org

Palawan Underground River

Also known as the St. Paul Underground River, is the Philippine’s most famous cave located in the island of Palawan. It features a subterranean river with a length of 15,000 meters. Palawan Underground River is the 3rd deepest cave in the Philippines is included in the new list of 7 wonders of nature.


Tabon Caves

Located in the municipality of Quezon in the southern part of the Palawan, Philippines. Tabon caves plays a huge part in the Philippine history. It is where the skull cap remains of the Tabon Man, which are 22,000 years old are found. Believed to be as half million years old, Tabon Caves has 29 explored caves.

Photo credits: philippine-evolution.com
Photo credits: philippine-evolution.com

Langun-Gobingob Caves

Langun-Gobingob Caves is sitting at the beautiful place of Calbiga, Samar. It is known to be as the biggest cave in Southeast Asia and with its 2,968 hectares area, the cave is also considered as the 2nd largest cathedral cave in the world.