Prided by its local communities, the Cantabon Cave found in the captial town of Siquijor is just one among the many caves on the Island perfect for both first timer and experienced spelunkers. It’s important to note that tourists can only enter the cave with an authorized guide, which can be asked for along with other rentable necessities like a helmet, anti-slip shoes, and a flashlight in the shop located prior to the cave entrance. The cave tour takes around three hours and will include a lot of bending, crawling, flexing in its natural, perfectly preserved stalagmites and stalactites materials. its ceiling of dripping water and pools and mini falls will require you however to waterproof your belongings, especially your gadgets. You can also leave your belongings in the shop by renting a locker if you’d like. Cantabon Cave may have higher water levels during the rainy season, to the point that it might not be enterable at all for safety reasons, so if you want to experience its natural, underground beauty, it’s important to consider which time of the year you’ll be visiting Siquijor.
How to get there:
1. All beaches can be reached via habal-habal. Simply ask your driver to take you to Solangon Beach.
2. The habal-habal fee will cost around P200 to P700 per trip, depending on where you're coming from.
3. It is recommended that you agree on a day's itinerary with your driver based on the destinations you'd like to visit for a fixed rate of P1,000.
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