Cantabon, Siquijor, Siquijor
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First time in a Cave since Biak na Bato from our highschool field trip! Haha.
This was one of the places we visited during our visit to Siquijor a week and a half back.
It was an approximately 2 hour journey in and out of the cave.
The cave isnt that small to feel claustrophobic which I sometimes am. But there are some parts that you can no longer stand up.
What's fun about Cantabon is the pools of cold water. Quite a few actually. Whenever we got tired, we'd stop and chill in the water before we started walking again.
At first I thought that the helmet was for formality. No! I hit my head so many times on the stalagtites/mites forgot which is which. Haha.
The cool part is that even without bringing water, we were still able to hydrate ourselves because there are streams of clean water running inside the cave.
Pretty cool adventure this is if you're looking to do something out of the ordinary.
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The adventure was so fun even it is tiring since you are gonna walk, climb, slide, crawl and get dirty with mud. But the beauty that awaits inside is so wonderful and everything is all worth it. Such a fantastic place.
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Our 3rd cave in a month !
Cantabon Cave is one of the must see places in Siquijor. We went last Good Friday. There were a number of tourist but nothing the guides can't handle. No need to bring your own headlamps and helmets. There's a lot for rent and you can even choose a color .
There's no ropes involved, but expect to get dirty and wet navigating your way through narrow vertical passages and knee to waist-deep water. Some parts you need to bend, crawl and lift yourself up. You can take a dip in one of the mini pools inside the cave.
Challenging but totally doable even for non gym goers .
From start to finish, 1.5-2 hours depending on how fast the group moves.
500 pesos payment for guide for 3pax
10 pesos entrance fee
30 pesos for headlamp and helmet
You know the drill: Waterproof your things. Bring a change of clothes because you will get drenched. Wear aqua shoes or trek sandals.
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