Cave CODUGNON CAVE is a natural internal cave, which needs to be drilled into small caves to enter. Unlike Line A and Line C, CODUGNON CAVE has no inland sea, but steep cliffs. To get into the cave, the captain had a life jacket as a cushion, because the rocks were so sharp that they easily scratched our back, hands and legs. Inside the dark cave, there were several beams of light, and a cliff-steep inner cave.
Where it is worth visiting, you can take a boat to get in. Some rocks are very strange. Come here to know!
This little cave is so miniature that you can't even detect its existence if no one is leading the way. In fact, there are many caves of this type in the islands around EL NIDO, which is one of the characteristics of this unique landform. As for the scenery inside the cave, it is simply an experience of exploring the secrets inside the island. However, in hot weather, it's still cool to drill a circle in the hole.
Super miss Aini's sea, the sky blue is so pure, straight to the heart of the people, the beach is white and delicate.
Cudugnon Cave, one of the points in the itinerary of the Island Jumping, is a cliff of a reef cave. It's not big. It's mainly about who can get through it. The best part is the ocean currents which change direction in several minutes. It's like playing water slides along the ocean current. It's a little dangerous.
Very good place, feel very good, like the feeling here, really good.
Cudugnon Cave, it is said that the corpses of Japanese soldiers were found here before. They were supposed to be bones. There were many babies hidden here by Japanese during World War II. Of course, they were finally shipped away by the Philippine government. We just came to make soy sauce.
This small cave is so small that you can't even notice its existence if someone doesn't lead the way. A place worth visiting