Spelunking / Caving

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There are two types of caving that Sagada has to offer, Short Course Caving and the Cave Connection.

        Short Course Caving is recommended for visitors who had no experience on caving. Visitors who like to do the Cave Connection should be physically fit since the activity includes rappelling, fitting into small holes, swimming (optional) and many more.


  SHORT COURSE CAVING

An hour walk from the Tourist Information Center passing by the Dokiw/Sugong Hanging Coffins, entrance of Burial Cave, rice terraces and Gaia Café. Visitors will spend 1 ½ hour inside the cave (minimum hour).

 

GUIDE FEE:

                500pesos for 4 visitors or less

                600pesos for 5 visitors

                1, 000pesos for 6-9 visitors (2 guides)

                1, 200pesos for 10 visitors (2 guides)

                125 pesos each for more than 10 visitors

 

TWO-WAY TRANSPORTATION: OPTIONAL

                350 pesos for 10 visitors or less

 

 

CAVE CONNECTION 

40-minute walk from the Tourist Information Office, passing by the Dokiw/Sugong Hanging Coffins, emerging at Sumaguing Cave. Visitors will expect 3-4 hours exploration inside the cave. The time depends on visitor’s phase.

GUIDE FEE:

800pesos for 2 visitors or less

TWO-WAY TRANSPORTATION: OPTIONAL

                400 pesos for 10 visitors or less

 

Balangagan Cave:

Guide fee: 

Shuttle fee:

 

REMINDERS FOR CAVING

Attire

                                *shirt (loose t-shirt), shorts/ loose pants

                                *rubber sandals / flip-flops / rubber shoes

                                * Optional: gloves

                *No one is allowed to enter the cave after 5:00pm

                *Expect waist deep water in some parts of Sumaguing Cave

                * Do not leave your TRASH inside the cave.

                * NO SMOKING / drinking liquor inside the caves.

                *No SPITTING of momma inside and even outside the caves.  

 

About Sagada

Sagada, a small town in the Mountain Province of Northern Luzon in the Philippines is famous for its beautiful caves, hanging coffins, as well as the serene mountains. It is an 8-hour drive from Baguio, the summer capital of the Philippines and one jeepney-ride from Bontoc. Local and foreign tourists who travel, Sagada offers a unique holiday experience.

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