The cave CODUGNON CAVE is a naturally formed internal cave, you need to drill into a small cave to enter. Unlike Line A and Line C, there is no inland sea inside CODUGNON CAVE, but steep cliffs. You need to lie down on the rock wall to get into the cave. The captain holds a life jacket as a cushion, because the rocks are very sharp and easily scratch our backs, hands and legs. Inside the dark cave, there are a few beams of light, and there is also a steep inner cave.
This small cave is really too mini. You can't even notice its existence without someone leading the way. In fact, there are many caves of this type in the islands surrounding EL NIDO, which is a major feature of this unique landform; as for the scenery in the cave, it is purely an experience of exploring the island's interior. But having said that, in a hot day, it's cool to go to the hole to drill around.
The places worth visiting can only be entered by boat, some of the rocks are very strange. Only come here to know!
I miss Ai Ni's sea so much. The sky is so pure and blue, reaching the depths of people's hearts, and the beach is white and delicate.
Nothing really outstanding inside the cave, its a bit hard to go in and out though. The beachfront outside was good. This is where you will have your lunch time.
As far as caves go you would not rate this one highly. It is different as much as nature intended. I thought the novelty aspect of getting in and out was the highlight.
This is a very nice a well-lit cave. Maybe being not as attractive as the nearby Cathedral Cave, it is located by a beach which allows a nice picnic stop. Since some locals are not familiar with this ...
It is really not an impressive cave. How you get inside, through a small hole is somehow funny but I am sure you will see other caves much more beautiful anywhere else.
This was part of the island hopping package offered by the resort so we had a look-see of what it was. The entrance to the cave is a small hole - so the guides would always bring some form of mat...