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Callao Cave, Cagayan Valley Region

Categories: Caves, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 55+ reviews on the web
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  • We went there around 8am the place is still dark, go there around lunch time or in the afternoon.. though its dark you can still see its magnificent structure.. We had fun taking lots of pictures as w...  read more »
  • Outside, it looks like an ordinary cave. But upon entering and completing the whole tour around the place, I have felt inner peace. The place is dark inside yet because of the light coming from the ho...  read more »
  • Is a dead cave, however the light coming from the ceiling and the formation, makes it a very relaxing and peaceful place. It's a easy easy cave. There are some steps to reach it, but it worth. The gui...  read more »
  • The place was full of adventures and memories. It has long stairs and an 8 chamber cave. You can go for a boat ride adventure and see the magical place of Callao as well as experience the syncronized swarm of Flying bats as dawn approaches. Very beautiful place to go.
  • There are lots of things that i'd experienced in this place like spelunking,kayaking,swimming,boating and bat watching. On reaching the cave i need to climb the 184 steps and this cave became famous because of the seven chambers and 5 natural skylights.. Inside the cave there's a chapel where every first saturday of the month they are conducting a mass...
  • It was a long way up the cave via stairs. A local said it was 234 steps, but it was worth it! The cave was enormous and felt like a magical place. There is also a chapel inside which added to its appeal. I wish more people could see it. Some parts are slippery, so choose your footwear wisely. Don't forget to bring a headlamp or flashlight if you do visit! Problems that should be addressed to preserve the cave's beauty are waste management and maybe regular patrolling of the area as many people have vandalized on the stones and walls of the cave. Even though they're hardly noticeable, I think the locals should start acting on it before it's too late.
  • I love this place...
  • twas a very unforgettable experience compaired to other caves