#DMTravelSeriesSunlit cave with a deep lagoon surrounded by stalagmites and stalactites 💙Location: Hinagdanan Cave, Dauis, Bohol
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In the morning of the diving test, there was half a day left before I packed a tuk-tuk (300 pesos) to visit 4 small attractions on Panglao Island. This is one of them. This is a karst cave, which has not been fully developed yet, and is full of primitive scenery. Many karst caves in China are illuminated by lights. The feature here is that you can swim in the cave, the cave ticket is 40P for one person, and the cave is 75P for one person. Caverns are relatively slippery, so be careful when climbing. The rocks are very hard, and you will surely suffer a lot from a fall. It is said that there are albino crabs in the water, but the bottom of the water is relatively dark. If you are interested, you can bring a waterproof flashlight to look for it next time, find and take a photo for everyone to see. The water in the pool in the cave is extremely ice, so you can't resist the cold if you don't swim. Those who are prone to cramps don't try to enter the water. The scenic spot is rather partial. There are about 10 people in the cave, and only me and 3 foreign girls went into the water.
There is a shuttle bus to this place. This place is very special. You can bring your bathing suit and snorkeling equipment. You can swim here. In the cave, some local children swim in the fresh water, which is very cold!
The walls of the cave are full of bat nests, and there is bottomless rocky water in the middle. You can go swimming and enjoy the coolness. In the hot summer, it is really too cool to relieve the heat.
I still want to go and see, now I live above him.
Very few people come to this attraction. There are a lot of stalactites and stalagmites growing, and you can swim in it. Tourists are not allowed to enter.