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The place is not just about the enchanted cave. There are pathways where you can roam around and take pictures. There is also a cross where you can climb. The price is only for adults, my 4yrs old son is free. There is a kiddie...More
Visited here back in 2012 where the cave was still pristine and non-commercialized. Today, it is very crowded and the cave itself is full of people swimming inside, which makes it humid. The cave gives a greenish blue hue to the water. Since Bolinao is...More
I've been to this place twice. First was in 2009 then this year. In 2009, the entrance was only P20. It's now a whooping 150. The management said they "developed" the area so the prices increased. They did put a park, some benches and a...More
When I heard about Enchanted Cave on the first thought it is literally caving like the Sumaguing Cave of Sagada, but I was wrong. 😃 I recommend to visit this place not during the pick season because maybe you will going to disappoint if you...More
Enchanted cave is also one of your to VISIT list, they have cottages there, kiddie pool, and the newly constructed cross and the main EVENT the CAVE. Entrance fee is 150 per head parking fee sedans 30 pesos van 50 pesos tricycle 30 pesos bus...More
I went to this place twice already and i was disappointed the 2nd time i visited the area for the ff reasons:
1. Entrance fee has increased to a whooping 150 pesos only to see the cave with a lagoon. Was it worth it -...More
If you're just after seeing a cave, then you might be disappointed.
Don't get me wrong, considering the entrance fee, one must consider if it's a good value for time and money.
Overall, the whole place is still a work in progress.
Things to consider...More