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Hinagdanan Cave is a cave in the municipality of Dauis on Panglao Island, in Bohol Province, in the Philippines. It is a naturally lighted cavern with a deep lagoon and many large stalactites and stalagmites.
This is a local natural cave with a naturally formed pool in it. The temperature is so cool that you can swim in it very cheaply.
Go for a swim in a picturesque cave with the tropical sun beaming through the cave roof.
Are you brave enough to swim in the deep dark waters of this bat cave? Don’t worry, there are no scary creatures swimming around to pull you under. This cave might look very creepy with spikey features hanging from the ceiling and bats flying all around, but it’s quite a fun experience. There are a…
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