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CAVINTI UNDERGROUND RIVER AND CAVES COMPLEX

Brgy. Paowin,
Cavinti, Laguna

As of the meantime, visitors are required to drop by at Cavinti Municipal Office to secure a permit before going to Cavinti Underground River and Cave so as to monitor the number of persons visiting the cave since it was only operational last March 30, 2013. You can also visit their facebook account or email them ahead of time regarding the date of your visit or updates.

We are from Santa Cruz, Laguna so travel time from Santa Cruz to Cavinti Municipal Office was approximately 30 minutes to 1 hour. Pagsanjan Bridge was closed due to road constructions so we took the Caliraya Road instead. From Cavinti Municipal Office to Brgy. Paowin was approximately 15mins away.

Actual travel to Cavinti Underground River and Caves Complex
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cavinti underground river and caves cave complex laguna
We did not expect the trip approximately 16 kilometers of bumpy, rough, up and down road going to the cave. I can actually describe it as "alog bituka ride."

One consideration that must be noted is the weather. Best if you go there during summer. The rain will surely make the road very slippery and muddy. Take note, only few houses were there so if ever you will get stuck, you will have to walk that 16 kilometers road to seek help. Make sure to double check the vehicle you are using before the trip. Cars will have a hard time in that rough road so you might want to consider 4-wheel drive or large engine vehicles.

For commuters, according to Municipal office, you can hire a jeepney for 2500 or 100/pax roundtrip.

When you reach the site, there are personnel that will assist you. They will also discuss the do's and dont's before entering the cave.
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You will ride a balsa to cross the river about 20 meters long. Expect to trek for about 2-5 minutes to reach the entrance of the cave.
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The Cave Itself
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One word to describe it was "UNBELIEVABLE." I cannot say in numerical form the actual distance of the cave when we took the tour. As what Kuya Rommel, the guide, said "kasing laki ng Cubao ilalim." I cannot believe it at first that the cave was that spacious inside. It was full of stalactites and stalagmites. It was astonishing. The grandness formation of those rocks. I will let the pictures speak for itself.
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cavinti underground river and caves cave complex laguna
cavinti underground river and caves cave complex laguna


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Stalactites 
Remember letter "C" for ceiling. Formation arises from the ceiling.
Stalagmites
Remember letter "G" for ground. formation that arises from the ground.

And when stalactites and stalagmites meet or come in contact with each other, it is now called "column."

Inside the cave was total darkness. Your eyes will never compensate the darkness inside so better if you bring portable emergency light in color white or LED flashlights. We brought 2 LED flashlights and one yellow light flashlight. The latter did not help us much because it was really dark. There are parts of the cave that's dry, some areas are muddy and wet, so make sure not to use slippers. Best if you use rubber shoes or trekking slippers.
Also, be cautious inside the cave. Always watch your step. There are so many rock formations inside, some of it were really sharp so it will surely hurt if you slipped. Anyway, safety hats will be provided. No kids 12 years old below are allowed inside which is justifiable because kids might freak out inside since it's really dark. You don't want accident to happen. Since it was 16 kilometers rough road drive with only few houses nearby, we don't want to take the risk. And also there was no cellphone reception in the area.

The actual experience was breathtaking! World class experience!


P10/head entrance. So be quick to visit Cavinti Underground River and Caves Complex.




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89 comments:

  1. Hi.. Magkano po bayad sa tour guide?

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    1. hello. thanks for visiting. last time we went there free entrance and ung tour guide. A tip would do, pang-meryenda po nila. Konti lang kasi sila dun. thanks :)

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  2. I think it's more beautiful than the ones found in the underground river of Palawan. Sana ay mapangalagaan ito ng wasto upang hindi masira at sana rin ay hindi ito mapagsamantalahan ng mga ganid na negosyante at pulitiko. How I wish I could personally see this marvelous work of nature!

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    1. It's more fun here in Laguna! hehe! come visit our province :)

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    2. sir jerwin, pano po puntahan yan?? kelangan po ba ng advance notice o kaya po reservation kung pupunta jan?

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    3. hi, yup. NO PERMIT, NO ENTRY policy po sila. Check their FB account indicated for reservations, madali lang naman po ung pagkuha ng permit pag available pa ung date. thanks :)

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  3. is it dangerous kung dalawa lang kayo magksasam? ilan ang tour guide? thanks po.. :)

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  4. because my bestfriend and I are planning to go there, and we are both girls..

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    1. hi, safe naman po sa loob ng cave. you will be assigned one tour guide per group and also you will be given safety helmets. Just bring flashlights lang kasi madilim sa loob. As much as possible 4x4 wheel or motor ang dala nyo. Rough road kasi ung way. Ingat :)

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  5. hi good pm po. ask ko lang po. may permit na po ksi kya lang 10 person lang po napalista nmin. ok lng po kaya na mag excess ng 2 pesons kahit pang 10pax labg permit namin.
    thank u

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    1. hello. naku,hindi ko kayo masagot. But according to Municipal office of cavinti, strictly NO PERMIT NO ENTRY policy po sila. Better to check their FB page or email their account for reservation prior going there just to make sure. eto po ung email account nila: lgucavinti@gmail.com. ingat po kayo! enjoy :)

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  6. thanks for sharing this Jerwin. this is soooo coolll!!! ganda! we're planning to go there soon. as in, very very soon! hehe! salamat po ulit! =D

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    1. your welcome! punta na kayo, sobrang ganda sa loob. thanks also for visiting :)

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  7. kuya ask ko lahn po cnu po pwd makontak papnta jan ? at pano mo pumnta jan ..? andto po kc kme sa manila

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    1. hello. pwede po kayo makipag-coordinate sa cavinti municipal office for reservations/permit. You can also visit their FB account, indicated po dito sa blog :) Eto po ung email acct nila: lgucavinti@gmail.com. About sa way from manila, kung commute kayo, may terminal ng bus sa LRT/BUENDIA going to Santa Cruz, Laguna. Dito po sa santa cruz may mga terminal na ng jeep papunta po sa cavinti :)

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  8. Hi Jerwin Lim just wanna ask if there's a falls near cavinti ecopark??

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    1. hi! yup, there's a falls na malapit. you can visit my article po (Pagsanjan/Magdapio falls). Sa cavinti po may way din po papunta dun. thanks :)

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  9. nice post and set of pics! ganda talaga sa laguna! thanks for sharing! keep on posting.

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  10. Hi, I'm a resident of Cavinti. I have been there a couple of times bringing my family and officemates. Mababait naman ung mga batay sa entrace before mag byahe ng almost 1hr to cave area. If ung iba na missed ung permit pwede cla pakiusapan if dalawa lang ung nde napasama. As long as lagay din sa list ung kulang this was for your safety kaya need din ilista lahat. As of now inaayos na ung mga rough roads and expect within 5 yrs cementado na lahat ng daan. My advise to you don't bring children, I have noticed that there are some who bring their children. Or if you do so be always cautious sa mga kilos nyo medyo madulas sa cave ang nakakalito saan ka lulusot. For now limited p lang ung area sa cave na pwede nyo pasukin for the reason that there are some areas on the cave still rich with natures gifts (snakes, eels, large bats and other stone minerals) it will be opened to the public if secured na ung area.

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    1. hi! thanks for the additional info! spread the news :)

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  11. Hi, may area ba inside the cave or before going there where we can stay for picnic and swim? May maximum time ba to stay inside the cave? Thanks!

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    1. hello. yup, may river na pwede po kayo mag-swimming bago pumasok sa cave. about sa maximum time inside the cave, it depends sa dami po ng tao.mas madaming tao po na papasok sa cave, mas less time to give way to others. pero sure naman na maiikot nyo po ung cave. enjoy! pls share :)

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    2. Sana naman huwag sementuhin lahat, masisira ang nature ng terrain. Kasama kasi sa thrill of excitement ang natural terrain ng lugar. Mag provide na lang ng for hire na mga appropriate vehicles na pweding makapasok kahit maputik.

      Ang mangyayari kasi dyan magiging ordinary tourist place na lang yan pag touch by artificial development.

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    3. I agree with you sir. Since kaya naman ng mga 4x4 wheels, mas maganda na ung ganito na lang. Napansin ko sa mga madaling mapuntahan ng tao, usually mas madumi na dahil hindi rin masyado naalagaan. Pinakamagandang gawin is maglagay ng magandang system of transportation papunta dun. Kikita ang local government, less pahirap din sa gusto magvisit. thank you for your insights :)

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  12. Jerwin...Thank you very much for sharing to the world this great shot-the wonders of nature. I am lobbying and petitioning DENR and the town of Cavinti for the protection and conservation of the forest surrounding the area of Cavinti Underground River and Cave Complex through Change.Org. I would appreciate very much if you could share one of your great shot to the petition. Thank you for your preferential support in sharing the beauty of Cavinti. Your also Great...

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    1. Thanks Victor for your interest. Ok, just give me the details. I'm very much willing to help preserve our natural resources. I hope others will show not only interest to our natural resources, but also on how to preserve them. I hope you can share my blog to your friends. Thank you :)

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    2. Hi Jerwin I'm too busy this week kaya di ko naasikaso itong request ko. If its okay with you please send it to ronaldreodica@yahoo.com or rreodica@mail.landbank.com Through this petition I hope I can also share your blog not only to my friends but also to the world who love to protect our environment. Salamat po


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    3. Thank you Victor. Medyo malaki lang ung size ng pictures ko to send thru mail. You can check first the set of pictures here,Cavinti Underground River and Caves Complex, then message nyo lang po ako pag may napili po kayo. thanks :)

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    4. Hi Jerwin. One picture is enough. Lahat kasi maganda wala ako ng itulak o kabigin and it speaks for itself. Kaya okey lang sa akin kahit alin. Thanks and regards.

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    5. e-mail sent sir. thanks ulit. pa-share na lang po blog :)

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  13. hi, jerwin.. ask ko lng kung pde makapunta dun kahit weekends khit on the same day kukuha ng permit?

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    1. hi! According to their FB account, fully booked po weekends up until may 19. Better kung pareserve kayo prior. hindi kasi nila ma-aacommodate lahat ng tao kaya may limit lang ung pwede pumunta. check nyo po dito sa upper part ng article ko ung FB link nila. May instructions din po sila pagkuha ng permit. enjoy! :)

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  14. In Sagada Cave connection, the entrance is different from the exit... Is this the same for the Cavinti cave? Or it would be a back and forth trekking... thanks.

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    1. hi. Im not so sure. according to the guide assigned to us, there are 36 chambers of this cave if Im not mistaken. But not all of them are accesible to public. Kung san kami pumasok, dun din po ung exit namin :)

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  15. i'm so excited to see cavinti caves... ahm just want to ask if we need to bring extra clothes to go there...may posibility siguro na mabasa kami dun.. am i right? thanks Jerwin Lim..:)

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    1. thanks for visiting. yup, may possibility na mabasa kayo, may river dun na naliligo ung ibang tao, at the same time waiting area na din. Inside the cave, may mini falls din po dun na pwedeng maligo. visit na :)

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  16. ask ko lang kung from manila, san ako pede sakay papunta jan cavinti, laguna??at may pede po ba pag stay-an overnyt?

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    1. hi Leah! thanks sa visit. May bus station po sa cubao along EDSA, HM transit and Jam,sa Buendia along LRT station naman may HM or DLTB transit going to Sta. Cruz, Laguna pareho. Usually 2-3hrs travel time. Once you get to Sta.cruz, Laguna, may mga jeep going to Cavinti. Sabihin nyo na lang sa jeepney driver na ibaba kayo sa municipal office ng cavinti to secure permit. NO PERMIT, NO ENTRY policy pa din po sila ngayon and para makapag-coordinate din kayo ng transpo. Kindly check their Facebook account (Cavinti Underground River and Caves Complex) for availability of slots and other updates first, parang hindi sila napapapasok ngayon due to continuous rains this past few days. Have a safe trip! thanks and please share :)

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  17. hi, just wanted to know if theres a regular route for public going to cavinti cave?

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    1. hi! naku, wala po. Kailangan nyo pa makipag-coordinate sa mga jeepney driver pag plan nyo pumunta or sa municipal office ng cavinti upon securing permit. Mas madami kayo, mas maganda kasi 2500/jeep ang charge. Pwede din trekking for 3hrs. :)

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  18. ganda tlaga, pwde bng mag stay ng 2 to 3days camping? may place b s labas ng cave para pwestuhan

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    1. thanks! yup, may campsite po dun malapit lang sa cave. pwede po mag-camp dun. thanks :)

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  19. hi Jerwin, we have reservations na for June1 caving. Bringing of foods is prohibited ba inside the cave? Where can we safekeep our baons and other stuffs before entering the cave? How long will it take us to explore the cave? We plan to take a swim also, after caving. Please give us some tips and things to bring. Thanks for posting!

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    1. your welcome. yup, bringing of foods is prohibited. You can leave your things inside the car. If not possible, you can bring them with you sa cave. Depende sa dami po ng tao ung tagal ng stay sa loob. Pero usually 1-2 hours para maikot ung buong cave. Dala po kayo ng headlight as posibble, totally wala kayo makikita sa loob. Kung may trekking shoes po kayo mas ok, medyo may part ung cave na sharp ung mga basa at madulas din. Dala din kayo ng food, medyo malayo ung byahe nyo, at wala din po tindahan na pwede mabilhan. About sa swimming, maganda ung river bago kayo pumasok ng cave. Im sure mag-eenjoy kayo ng sobra :)

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  20. is the road going to cavinti cave already paved or still muddy at this time?

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    1. Hi. yup, the road is still muddy especially during rainy seasons. Better check the Tourism office of Cavinti before going there. thanks :)

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  21. Hi! Dude, ganda nung cave pero nung i check ko sa fb nila e closed for public yung cave. May idea ka ba kung kelan bubuksan para maka visit kami. Tnx

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    1. Hindi ko kayo masagot sir. Medyo maulan din kasi dito sa Laguna ngayon. Hindi kakayanin pumunta dun kasi maputik. Ang maadvise ko lang po ay icheck na lang po nila ung page ng cavinti, sasabihin po nila kung mag-oopen na po ulit. salamat :)

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  22. Hi Jerwin. Napansin ko lang sa pictures na wala kayong suot na gloves. Pinapayagan ba na hawakan ng visitors ang mga stalacmites at stalagmites??

    Sa Puerto Princese Underground River required na magsuot ang vistors ng gloves while inside kasi acidic ang kamay natin that kill the minerals of the stalagmites and stalactites.

    Sana may ways din ang Cavinti Underground River para ma-maintain at maalagaan ang mga minerals (stalagmites at stalactites)

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    1. Hi. Actually dapat nga meron. May orientation lang sila na dinidiscuss bago pumasok ng cave, na hindi pwedeng hawakan ang mga stalactites and stalagmites. Sana maisip ng Municipal office nila na gawing requirement ang gloves. May iba din kasi ako napansin na pumunta dun na hinahawakan nila. May mga matitigas pa din ang ulo. Anyway, thanks sa info :)

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  23. nice blog yung magdalena rafting naman next mo

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    1. thanks sir. actually sa inyo ko lang narinig ung sa magdalena. im just 30mins away dun sa lugar. hopefully pag natapos ang tag-ulan makapunta ako. its actually more fun in laguna! thank you!

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  24. gaano po kalayo ang Cavinti Cave sa Brgy.Magipon? distance?

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    1. sorry, not familiar sa brgy. mag-ipon. part pa din ba po ng cavinti un? thanks :)

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  25. hi... uhm gud pm. we are group consist of 18pax, bisitahin m nmin yang cavinti caves and lakes po sana this saturday oct 5 to sunday oct 6 2013. question po, sure mag enjoy kmi rite? kaso po ang problema po nmin, wala ako makita s net ng place to stay khit resort o inn man lng. meron p b n malapit s mga ilog n yan n pwede kmi mag stay even for a nite man lng? meron kmi nkita kaso 8k two days, medyo mahal n po b un? at d po nmin alam kun saan un banda dyan? sana matulungan m kami asap kc punta n po kmi dyan this weekend salamat po

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  26. kanino po pde mag pa reserved for two sa underground river?

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    1. mas maganda po pag makipagcoordinate kayo sa cavinti tourism office. sila po magrereserve sa inyo ng slots. thanks :)

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  27. Hi sir jerwin we are 3rd yr tourism college students of LPU manila. And i topic this cavinti underground river for our thesis. By february 1 , were planning to visit the place to conduct survey. :) so im asking kung san mismo sya nakalocate? Malayo po b sya ng sobra? If sta.cruz ang starting point namin? And need pa din po ba ng permit? San po kaya pde kumuha or alm nyo po b ang contact nila? :) thanks. Godbless.

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    1. hello, sorry sa late reply. medyo busy lang po. actually ung way from sta.cruz to cavinti ay madali lang. medyo malayo lang is ung rough road papunta mismo sa cave. Kindly coordinate sa municipal office nila. I heard nag-ooperate na ulit ang cave. ingat kayo and enjoy :)

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  28. hi! ask ko lang po kung pano procedure pagkuha ng permit at ganu katagal?? plano po kc nmin pumunta dis holy week

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    1. hi, thanks sa visit! about sa permit, depende sa schedule ng cave. but I heard they only accomodate 50persons per day. Kindly coordinate sa Facebook Page nila indicated above. thanks :)

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  29. hi how much po ang magiging expenses per head pag punta jan? including the permits at transpo. thnx.

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    1. as per FB page, Local tourist rate is 540. but as Ive said, kindly secure permits first bago kayo pumunta dun. You can also inquire about transpo sa Tourism office ng cavinti and sa FB page nila. ty :)

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  30. Hi, ask ko lang paano kung commute lang kami, wala kami sasakyan papunta mismo sa Cavinti Cave and Underground river.

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    1. hello. may mga transpo available sa Cavinti. Pwede kayo mag-rent dun pero mas maganda mas madami para mas cheaper. Mas ok if you secure permits bago kayo pumunta dun especially ngayon for reservations and 50 persons per day lang ang allowed according to their FB page. :)

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  31. how much po ang entrance fee s cave?

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  32. Cave Tour Fees as of today... May 02, 2014

    Php 200 po pag taga Cavinti, need to present Voters ID or Brgy. Clearance certifying he/she is a resident of Cavinti,

    Php 500 po pag taga ibang bayan,

    Php 1000 po pag taga ibang bansa...

    1 (One) Tour Guide will be assigned for every group of tourists
    (from a lone traveler/ 1 person up to maximum of 10 persons/group) with the Tour Guide Fee amounting to Php 400.

    *May assigned Tour Guide po palagi kahit solo tourist / o dalawa hanggang sampung tourists at babayaran pa po yon ng Php 400 on top of Cave Tour Fee. So mas makakatipid kayo sa guide kung makabuo kayo ng SAMPU (10) kasi po ayon sa Cave Management Plan ay dapat sampu (10) per group ang bibiyahe at magtotour sa Cave...

    For Advance BOOKING/RESERVATIONS:

    CALL 0998 394 5609 during Office Hours, 8am-5pm EVERYDAY

    TEXT MESSAGES are NOT GUARANTEED of a REPLY...

    Please CALL 0998 394 5609 for confirmation and other inquiries...

    or

    Personally Visit the Tourism Information Center located at Bumbungan ECOPARK, Brgy. Tibatib, Cavinti, Laguna

    Book in Advance to Avoid Trip Delays.

    LIMITED to 70 Tourist slots/day only...

    Walk In Visitors (those without advanced reservations) are NOT GUARANTEED of a slot.

    As of now CALLING 0998 394 5609 is the direct line for cave inquiries...

    Other numbers will soon be posted...

    As of now: No TXT msgs... No PMs... No Emails... No Online Reservations...

    CALL 0998 394 5609 during OFFICE HOURS, 8am-5pm EVERYDAY

    Confirm your booking at least 1 day before your schedule.

    Cutoff time for daily trips to the cave is 12noon.

    Reminder: Please CALL, do not Txt... If no one is answering try to call again later...

    RESPECT.

    Let's keep the POSITIVITY flowing...

    Thank you for visiting CURCC!

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  33. Sa 500php po na cave entrance kasama na ba ung balsa ride or ung balsa ride dun kasama sa 400php payment sa tour guide? Yung jeepney ride, bukod pa pong arrangement iyon?

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  34. Nice post! Didn't know about this...something to add to my list of places to see and good tips as well for the traveler. Thanks for sharing, Jerwin!

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    1. thanks! come visit us here ms. nina :)

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  35. Hi Jerwin.. Plan kasi namain ng gf ko na magpunta sa under ground river sa july..Possible ba na payagan kami magmotor papuntang cave?,instead na magrent kami.. Mahal kasi rent kung dalawa lng kmi ng gf ko..

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    1. hello. possible naman po. may iba na pumupunta dun na nakamotor. pero maadvise ko lang na makipag-coordinate kayo sa FB page nila. hindi ko lang sure kung open sila pag rainy season. medyo mahirap ang way pag maulan. ingat!

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    2. Hi very interesting andgcavinti underground may jeepney na ba nasasakyan papunta sa cave? Delaware language kc kmi ng friend ko balaknamin next week Oct 4 2017.

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    3. Sorry Oct 4 2014

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  36. Hi Renato Leabres kailan nyo balak pumunta? Marami back kayo?

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  37. Ganda ng place, nice view jn, dndaanan k lng place ndi ko lam n may cave jn, mjo ginto 700 per head at 2 lng kmi ng fiance ko, bk imelda or bunga falls ang pnthan nmn, ty sa info sir....

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  38. sayang yung mga puno na pinutol nila para lang lagyan ng kalsada papunta jan.

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  39. Hi :) balita ko po kasi sarado po yung cavinti nung Dec 2014, may idea po ba kayo kung open na sila? Were planning to go there at Feb 20? Salamat.

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    1. sorry for the late reply. As per Cavinti Underground River and Caves Complex's page;

      "OPEN na po ulit ang Cavinti Caves!
      MARCH 30, 2015 UPDATE
      For Inquiries and Reservations:
      Kindly CALL during Office Hours 8AM-5PM
      Smart 0998-394-5609
      Globe 0915-823-4535
      PLDT (049) 523-0012
      NO PERMIT NO ENTRY.
      Cave Tour Fees as of today... MARCH 30, 2015
      Php 200/person for LOCAL CAVINTINIANS (taga Cavinti), need to present Voters ID or Brgy. Clearance certifying he/she is a resident of Cavinti,
      Php 500/person for PINOYS FROM OTHER TOWNS/CITIES (taga ibang bayan)
      Php 1000/person for FOREIGNERS (taga ibang bansa)...
      1 (One) Tour Guide will be assigned for every group of tourists
      (from a lone traveler/ 1 person up to maximum of 8 persons/group) with the Tour Guide Fee amounting to Php 400.
      *May assigned Tour Guide per Group po palagi kahit solo tourist / o mag-isa hanggang 8 tourists at babayaran pa po yon ng Php 400 on top of Cave Tour Fee.
      For Advance BOOKING/RESERVATIONS:
      CALL 0998 394-5609; 0915 823-4535; during Office Hours, 8am-5pm EVERYDAY
      As of now TEXT MESSAGES are NOT GUARANTEED of a REPLY...
      Please CALL 0998 394-5609; 0915 823-4535 for confirmation and other inquiries...
      or
      Personally Visit the Tourism Office at Cavinti Municipal Hall on weekdays (Monday to Friday) or
      Tourism Information Center located at Bumbungan ECOPARK, Brgy. Tibatib, Cavinti, Laguna on weekends (Saturday and Sunday)
      Book in Advance to Avoid Trip Delays.
      LIMITED to 70 Tourist slots/day only...
      Walk In Visitors (those without advanced reservations) are NOT GUARANTEED of a slot.
      As of now CALLING 0998 394-5609; 0915 823-4535 the direct lines for cave inquiries/reservations...
      As of now: No TXT msgs... No Emails...
      CALL 0998 394-5609; 0915 823-4535; during Office Hours, 8am-5pm EVERYDAY
      Kindly Confirm your booking at least 1 day before your schedule.
      Cutoff time for daily trips to the cave is 12 NOON.
      Reminder: Please CALL, do not Txt... If no one is answering try to call again later...
      For directions in going to Cavinti, search "cavinti laguna" "bumbungan ecopark" at
      http://www.bing.com/maps/
      or maps.google.com
      or google earth.
      TRANSPORT RENTAL :(3rd party)
      from Jump off point at Bumbungan ECOPARK, Brgy. Tibatib, Cavinti, Laguna to the Cave
      4x4 Multicab (8 Tourists MAX seating capacity) - Php 2,500 Round Trip
      Single Motorcycle Backride - Php 700 Round Trip(already includes Tour Guide fee worth Php 400)
      The rough muddy road is about 20kms with varying elevations, the latter 2kms a real Rocky Road downhill(downmountain actually).
      If you decide on bringing your own vehicles to the caves, please be reminded that ONLY 4x4 VEHICLES with HIGH ROAD CLEARANCE can access the road to the caves.
      Not advisable: ordinary jeepney, car, van, 4x2 auv, 4x2 suv, 4x2 multicab, 4x2 pickup, ordinary trucks, underbone motorcyxles & scooters...
      Four wheel drive offroader/hobbyists, mountain bikers, motorcycle riders and hikers without permits are not allowed to enter the road going to the caves.
      REMINDERS:
      Kindly CHECK THE WEATHER at Cavinti, Laguna first before confirming your booking.
      http://weather.com.ph/
      The caves are closed during a Severe Weather Warning or Heavy Weather Disturbance (Low Pressure area/ Tropical Storms/ Typhoons). Bookings are automatically cancelled.
      Bring your own food, water and snacks.
      Be ready to get wet.
      Bring extra clothes.
      Be ready to trek for about 2km (uphill/downhill) if ever the weather goes bad.
      Use sturdy and non-slippery foot gear (Trek sandals or rubber shoes).
      Waterproof your gadgets.
      As of now, OVERNIGHT/ CAMPING is not allowed.
      Browse our photos to fully appreciate the rates.
      The Most Amazing Cave Formations found near Metro Manila.
      #1 KEEP SAFE EVERYONE...
      RESPECT.
      Let's keep the POSITIVITY flowing...
      Thank you for visiting CURCC!"

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  41. Ano pong ksma dun sa 500 pesos?

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    1. for your concerns sir. Here's the info of tourism office of Cavinti, Laguna. Mababait po sila and Im sure they will accomodate you wholeheartedly.
      For Inquiries and Reservations:
      Kindly CALL during Office Hours 8AM-5PM
      Smart 0998-394-5609
      Globe 0915-823-4535
      PLDT (049) 523-0012
      NO PERMIT NO ENTRY.

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  42. Hi..Anong sinakyan niyo through that 16Km rough road? and how much?Thanks

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    1. for your concerns sir. Here's the info of tourism office of Cavinti, Laguna. Mababait po sila and Im sure they will accomodate you wholeheartedly.
      For Inquiries and Reservations:
      Kindly CALL during Office Hours 8AM-5PM
      Smart 0998-394-5609
      Globe 0915-823-4535
      PLDT (049) 523-0012
      NO PERMIT NO ENTRY.

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  43. hi po ! ask ko lang kung open na yung isang cave kc nagpunta kmi diyan 2 years ago sabi may bago daw bubuksan na cave under renovation pa...

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  45. Hi may I know the contact number of Cavinti's Tourism Office. I tried to call the landline posted in one of the comments here, but it's NOT the right number. Wrong number daw. Kindly help me with this. Thanks

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