Spelunking, or the act of exploring a cave, has become a new hobby for many people today. Hiking and trekking goes hand-and-hand with spelunking so, expect to get your feet exhausted. For all of you who wants to experience whole new adventures, visit a cave and let keep your adrenaline up.

Cebu is known to be rich in natural resources including beaches, waterfalls, rivers, caves, etc. Going South Cebu, check out these caves:

1) Igutan Cave

Igutan Cave Cebu Tours

Jaclupan, Talisay City. Igutan Cave is quite a small cave enriched with interesting rock formations, stalagmites, and stalactite structures. You will need to pass through narrow passageways. From the entrance, walk about 15 minutes and reach the waterfalls. Take a quick dip to relieve all the stress!

For more information, visit http://travelandfoodnotes.blogspot.com/2013/05/discover-simplicity-of-igotan-cave-at.html

2) White Cave / Seven Caves

White Cave seven Caves

Camp 7, Minglanilla. Does this mean there are actually 7 caves in just one setting? In Minglanilla, this is possible. Get ready for an action-packed trip, along with challenging paths, natural bedrock disposition, and slippery cliffs. Take note, this whole day venture would require you to get crawl in the mud. Just don’t mind it instead, have fun being wet and dirty!

Check their blog for the whole journey: http://adrenalineromance.com/2012/11/27/an-underground-date/

3) Balay sa Agta (House of the Giant)

Balay sa Agta

Conalum, Argao. Going to Agta cave is challenging. It requires you to trek in the woods and hike perilous pathways to reach the mouth of the cave. However, your sacrifice would be rewarded with such an adorable scene. The cave has a high ceiling and a giant hole on it made the place more exciting. Hello, Mr. Sun! To fully enjoy, you can take a dip at Bugasok Falls as your sidetrip.

4) Kulabyaw Cave

Kulabyaw Cave

Mantalongon, Dalaguete. Just before you climb Osmeña Peak, the highest point in Cebu, explore Kulabyaw Cave. Little is known for this vertical cave as it is yet to be scrutinized. It is naturally home for bats and other nocturnal species. Moreover, there is known to be another cave named Kampakas cave nearby.

For more adventures in Dalaguete, visit  http://biyaherongbarat.com/tag/kulabyaw-cave/

Hope you enjoy this post! We appreciate if you will share this 4 unheard caves in the South of Cebu to your friends.

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