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Philippine's Sagada Cave

by Alfred John A., 21 year old tourism student and CSR from Baguio City, Philippines

5 comments · October 21, 2011


Alfred John Anioay - Bench Breakfast Lunch Dinner Special, Sm Baguio Semi Fit Shorts - Philippine's Sagada Cave
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Philippine's Sagada Cave experience

as a part of my course (travel and tours management), our school required us to go tour in Sagada, Philippines. Sumaging Cave is a frequent tourist attraction and is also one of the most popular caves in Sagada. Also known as the “Big Cave,” this cave served as the Filipino soldiers’ refuge from the Japanese guerrillas during the World War II. It is interconnected to other caves in Sagada such as the Lumiang Cave and one would usually take almost 2 to 3 hours to explore the cave.

As we go inside the cave, each of us tried to hold on tight to the rocks because the steps going down were really steep and slippery. There were also thousands of bats at the cave’s opening so you better watch out for dropping bat guano as you go down the cave. In the middle of the trail, we were then asked by our guides to remove our sandals since it is easier to walk barefoot on the steep rocks.

Inside the cave, one will surely be astonished by the cave’s natural and splendid beauty. You will see different and awesome rock formations with funny and interesting names, tiny waterfalls, a mini pool and magnificent stalactites and stalagmites as you trail down the cave.

And after almost three (3) hours of spelunking, our group had finally found our way back out and we’re all glad and proud to say that we, and my wet survived Sumaging Cave! :)) hope you like it.

Comments (5)

Gian Carlo M.
how fun!!
Alfred John Anioay
yee :)) thanks! hope you'd experience it too..
Alvin  Melgar
I have to love this... for it is sagada :)
Alfred John Anioay
why if it's Sagada? are from there? :)) and btw thanks for hyping :>
Rayn Lustado
Love the capture of the waters....hyped ...expecting more looks from you
Lady Plato Chen
This is amazing!!!
Alfred John Anioay
thank you ms Lady. ♥ you! you are so much appreciated!


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