The sohoton cove reserve is the essence of Big Bucas Island, with non-toxic jellyfish lake and nature reserve. Personally, I also recommend the sohoton cove reserve. If you have enough time, you can check out some other attractions~
The sohoton cove reserve is a lake area with karst landforms. The lake area and the bay are connected by a karst cave 50 meters long and 20 meters wide. This cave is the so-called sohoton cove. Passing through the cave is another piece of the world.
A place worth visiting, the scenery is very beautiful!
Like ocean adventure? Go to Philippine caves to jump into the sea and swim with jellyfish! If you want to experience the fun of ocean exploration, you must not miss the Sohoton Cove National Park in the Philippines. This is a marine ecological park. Come here to cave, jump into the sea, and swim with jellyfish! How to get there: It takes a half-hour drive from General Luna to Dapa Pier, and then a 2-hour boat ride to reach here. The closer you get, the more huge stones there are. The most famous snoring cave here is the snoring cave. It is called the Hagukan Cove snoring cave because it makes the sound of snoring when the cave is submerged in water at high tide. It is full of stalactites. You need to take a boat to the entrance of the cave and then go into the water and swim into the cave. There is no light in the cave, and you can only see some of the landscape inside by the light coming in from the entrance of the cave, which is suitable for cave lovers. After diving from the cave to Magkukuob Cove not far away, the entrance to the cave is very small, climbing all the way up the rugged stalactite passage, climbing from sea level to a height of 4 meters and starting to dive. As long as you enter the cave, there is no turning back, so I was forced to try 4 meters. Diving, when your feet leave the ground, it feels...it's not spicy, so terrible! When I wanted to take the initiative to jump for the first time, I sat down on the platform, which drew laughter and amused myself. But still dare not take the first step by himself, and need to be "coerced" by the coach to jump together. Jellyfish Santuary still needs to start from the entrance. You can go to Jellyfish Lake by a boat that can only take one tourist except for the boatman. The water changes from clear to pale green. Jumping into the sea from the boat requires a little effort to support the boat. So. There were not too many jellyfish when we went, but we could also meet a few jellyfish, blue, tan, and milky white, swimming with one jellyfish after another, gently holding them in the palm of your hand, the Q bombs and Q bombs are so cute! It is said that thousands of jellyfish can be seen from April to July. You can have lunch at the entrance of the park, mainly grilled shrimp, grilled fish, grilled squid, rice and fruits. Ticket price for foreign guests. Tickets are 290 pesos. Snoring cave boat trip can take 8 people. Each trip is 830 pesos. Jellyfish lake single boat trip 100 pesos. It is recommended to book at the hotel. It is about 950 pesos a day, including tickets and car. , Boats, meals, guides, life jackets, etc., minimum order for 2 people.