Sibud-sibud Cave

Tineg, Abra

Sibud-sibud Cave is located along the newly constructed road of Tineg. It can be reached after traveling a distance of around 33 kilometers with a traveling time of 1 - 1/2 hours. It is an ideal place for nature lovers.

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  • The Multi-chambered Sibud-sibud Cave

    LOCATION: Brgy. Alaoa, Tineg, Abra, Philippines.

    • From Manila: Partas Bus (fare and schedule here) or Dominion Transit Bus bound to Bangued. Approx. trip duration: about 9 hours.
    • From Baguio City: Take a Partas Bus (Php314.00) or a mini bus (Php250.00) bound to Bangued. Approx. trip duration: about 6 hours.
    -Private vehicles: Directions can be easily asked from the friendly Abra locals.
    • Bangued to Tineg transportation cost:
    - Single motor: Around Php1000.00 (negotiable; round trip, with side trips)
    - Jeepney: Around Php3,000.00 (negotiable; round trip, wit ...

  • Why ABRA Province Should Be Your NEXT Tourism Destination

    Abra Province is located among the Cordillera Administrative Region and was the major destination of Untold Adventures Philippines for the month of July 2016. The province of Abra has been on my list of province to explore for quite some time, but lack of tourism information on the internet made my research quite a challenge. Luckily for me, I was able to contact the right person at the best time we needed each other.

    Due to lack of information on WHERE and WHAT to explore at Abra Province, I am making a list of possible reasons why Abra should be your next destination.

    1. Cross the TANG ...

  • Cave In Abra Placed Under DENR Protection Program

    The Sibud-Sibud Cave in this upland town is one of the 39 caves in the Philippines that have been placed under the protection and management of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) recently.

    Saturnina Miguel of the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office said an area receives protection from DENR for its recognizable beauty and natural and cultural reserves. This is necessary to preserve the caves so the public could enjoy them.

    Sibud-Sibud Cave is found along the road of Tineng. An ideal place for nature lovers, it can be reached after travelling a ...

  • 39 More Natural Caves Placed Under Govt Protection

    The Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) has placed 39 more natural caves in the country under the protection and management of the government.

    This brought to 454 the total number of caverns that are now part of the country's natural wealth and therefore require sustainable management and protection, Environment Secretary Ramon Paje said Tuesday.

    He said the classification, as embodied in Memorandum Circular 2016-05 that he signed, was necessary to ensure that the caves would be "preserved and properly enjoyed by the public."

    "The directive will help enhance public ...

  • Explore Abra and Its Pristine Beauty

    Abra is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital is Bangued, and it borders Ilocos Norte and Apayao on the north, Ilocos Sur and Mountain Province on the south, Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur on the west, and Kalinga, and Apayao on the east.

    Abra is hemmed in by the towering mountain ranges of the Ilocos in the west and the Cordillera Central in the east. It has an extremely rugged terrain, with mountains and hills rising along its perimeter and interior. The plains are drained by the Abra River, which flows northward from Mt. Data ...

  • Revisiting Tourist Points of Interest in the Province of Abra

    During the summer vacation months, people's mind usually turns to tour plans and activities. Because of the summer heat and the drumbeating of media, lowlanders very naturally talk of Baguio and highlanders talk of the beaches along the Ilocos Coast.

    To those who opt for exotic alternatives, there is one province that beckons with much more than average attraction---Abra. Its Spanish name is readily indicative of its invaluable role of being an entry of commerce into the hinterlands of Northern Luzon in times past. Before the building of the Ilocos Sur-Abra Road, bamboo rafts plying the Abr ...