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Puerto Princesa Underground River, Puerto Princesa
Categories: Caves, National Parks, Nature & Parks
Voted one of the new seven wonders of nature and listed as a World Heritage Site, Puerto Princesa Underground River is reportedly the longest navigable underground waterway on earth. The area is a designated national park and home to the diverse wildlife of bats, reptiles, primates, sea snakes, and other marine creatures. You may run into monkeys and komodo dragons resting in the lush vegetation that surrounds a small blue lagoon at the cave's mouth. Hop on a boat and embark on a journey down the river, winding through a massive cave. See sleeping bats and stalactites hanging from the ceiling like shreds of petrified drapery. In 2010, geologists discovered another level inside the cave with small waterfalls and a large dome rising 300 m (980 ft) above the water. Add Puerto Princesa Underground River to your Puerto Princesa travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Puerto Princesa itinerary maker.
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The cave at Sabang is really quite amazing. Some of the caverns inside are just huge, and i can't fathom just why it doesn't collapse inward! We decided not to take an organised tour for the visit, bu... read more »
went at the underground river way back 2009 with my friends, without a doubt, it's one of a kind, the guides are very funny, they made the tour fun and educational as well, the place? well, it's not j... read more »
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