May 20, 2015

Enchanted Cave

As promised, I will share to you our cave experience in Bolinao, Pangasinan. There are three caves that you can visit in Bolinao such as Cindy’s Cave, Wonderful Cave and Enchanted Cave. But because we have very limited time, we can only visit one cave. We chose the latter because it is the popular cave.  

So far, Enchanted Cave is the third cave that I’ve visited in the Philippines. I’ve been to Cambagat Cave which located inside the Panglao Island Nature and Resort Spa and of course the famous Underground River in Puerto Princesa Palawan.  

It was long weekend so the place was really crowded, good thing that we were able to park immediately.



Effective March 2, 2015, the entrance fee is P150 per person. I was thankful that they did not charge my 6 years old son. 



Upon entering the resort, you will notice the coral rocks and fossils clams. I’ve read in one signage, this is a proof that the place was part of the sea 10 million years ago. 



There are cottages that you can use inside. 


We immediately look for the cave and as expected, the place was packed. My son was scared at first, it was his first time to swim in a cave. If you are not a good swimmer, you can rent a life jacket. 



The cave is not that big, I guess it is similar to Cambagat Cave in Bohol. 



After several minutes inside the cave, we went to kiddie pool so my son can enjoy. 



This is the shower area, you need to get water from the deep well pump. The dressing area is beside that shower area too. 



As much as we want to stay long, we need to go home early. I guess, we only stayed for 1 hour. Di namin nasulit ang P150 entrance. Hehehe!

9 comments:

  1. Looks like ou had so much fun! I wish I could visit the Enchanted Cave as well.

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  2. I've seen this Cave on Travel buddies at TFC and I was totally amazed how nice it is, and now I read about your blog! Thanks for sharing some photos and your fun experience with family.
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  3. mas maganda pa rin yon sa Palawan!

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    1. Yes madir, that is why it is included in 7 wonders of the world. :)

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  4. I am looking forward for your Bolinao post :-) to have an idea where to go and to eat

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    1. You can check my Things to do in Bolinao post, http://www.michiphotostory.com/2015/05/things-to-do-in-bolinao-pangasinan.html :)

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  5. Looks like a place worth visiting. You seem to have loads of fun swimming inside the cave.

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  6. Another reason to visit the province! With the hot weather like this ---a soak in a cave is heaven.

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  7. It's always feel nice to be surrounded with Mother Nature noh? I like to go in places like this.

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