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Literally, one has to trek to be able to see and appreciate the scenery of this national park. Entrance fee is minimal (I think P40 or 50 per pax) but the tour guide fee is about P200 or 300 (sorry no... more »
The park would never let you enter any of its parts without a guide but if you did managed to slip and enter, the staff won't be reliable on anything that might happen to you. Snakes, monkeys, slipper... more »
Our visit to the park was a last minute thing. We packed up a picnic and our swimmers and headed there. You can hire guides to take you through the caves, for us, we just crossed the bridge and climbe... more »
Historic place. Great for nature and history lover. Nice caves.
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Great place if you love trekking and caves. Guide is 50 pesos per head. And every cave is 150 pesos for 10 pax.
This place should have more attention from the Department of Tourism. It is one tourist spot that stil needs a lot of development to attract more people and therefore generate significant revenue for local residents.
Great Nature Reserve. Good for adventures
For Spelunking Experience Biak na Bato National Park is a vast park. You can go on a trek up on their mountains - Mt. Manalmon, Mt. Gola, etc. and/or do spelunking but they are at different rendevous point. The park would never let you enter any of its parts without a guide but if you did managed to slip and enter, the staff won't be reliable on anything that might happen to you. Snakes, monkeys, slippery rocks, and some cliffs are waiting for you there, so be sure to have a guide. The trail is dangerous to sum it up, but if you are looking for adventure, THIS IS A MUST! We took the Historical Cave Package and the Paniki Cave Package. The Historical Cave Package is a trek to 4 caves that the katipuneros used for their rebellion. The caves are small and doesn't offer much but if you are into history, then this is a must. After that we went to the Paniki Cave. As the name implies, it houses bats. The trail has ups and downs. A bit of stamina and endurance is needed for this trek. And it sure is rocky as you enter the cave. Care is a must. The guide will then lead you to a small falls behind the paniki cave if you want to dip in. This is the best place that the park can offer as the water is fresh and clear here unlike the water at the bottom of the trail. The pool of water is small and the rocks are slippery. I suggest that you travel here on the dry season as the trail might get too slippery for you specially inside the caves. Have a guide for protection and to help the locals. Prepare to trek and to get wet. There are many more caves to explore in this park but time was limited. They've had offer us an extreme adventure in an underground cave where they say there is a part where you have to swim in order reach the other end. I was with beginners so that's for another day!
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