Ambush Cave

San Miguel, Bulacan

Ambush Cave is located in Biak-na-bato National Park, San Miguel, Bulacan. Located at San Miguel Bulacan, Brgy., Biak-na-bato National Park, this cave is two hours and a half ride by land from Manila.

Flora such as G. Melina, teak, buho, tibig and vines are found outside the cave and few stalactites and stalagmites and stone formation are found inside the cave, with column and pool ...

. It is open even to non-experienced cavers.

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  • Travel Guide To Biak Na Bato National Park San Miguel Bulacan

    Travel Guide To Biak Na Bato National Park San Miguel Bulacan

    Bulacan has a lot of stories to tell. It is a silent witness to our history. Yet, Bulacan has remained an underrated province. But that's about to change as we slowly uncover the secret beauty that lies within Bulacan. Honestly, at first, I didn't expect Bulacan to be an awesome place. After all, it's stereotyped as a place filled with farms. Little did we know, Bulacan has so much to offer. Here's a travel guide to Biak na Bato National Park in San Miguel. The first of #BudgetTrip series featuring #BTBulacan.

    AWAY FROM HOME

    It's kinda funny at how I never tried exploring Bulacan before ...

  • The Historical Biak Na Bato National Park

    The Historical Biak Na Bato National Park

    The bridge serves as the connection to certain parts of Biak na Bato National Park. Balaong and Madlum rivers are both located in this national park. The local government built a river wall in each side of the river to protect the soil from soil erosion. The trail going to each highlights are cemented for protections. In this park, three caves can be found. These caves were used by the Katipuneros during the Spanish Colonial lead by Emilio Aguinaldo.

    Bahay Paniki Cave is one of the highlights of Biak na Bato National Park. This park is located in Baranggay Biak na Bato, San Miguel, Bulacan. ...

  • What To Visit In Bulacan

    What To Visit In Bulacan

    In Philippine history, the province of Bulacan is one of those places that contains a lot of stories. This place is just few hours of travel from Metro Manila. Backpacking, with a friend, is so simple yet remarkable. People in the province are so accommodating and local delicacies are sumptuous to eat. Check our backpacking spots below:

    Ambush Cave, Biak na Bato National Park

    This ambush cave or Yungib 1 has a narrow and long cavern inside. There were several battles happened in this cave; this was the place where the Katipuneros brought the Spaniards and killed them. But instead of kill ...

  • Biak na Bato National Park A Trek Back To History

    Biak na Bato National Park A Trek Back To History

    The eight rays of the sun, as depicted in the Philippine flag, testify to the significant contribution of the province of Bulacan in the revolt against Spain in 1896. Indeed, Bulacan is one of the eight provinces that shed light towards the fight for independence, ending hundred years of slavery against the Spaniards.

    A trip to Biak-na-Bato, in the town of San Miguel in Bulacan, takes you back to the era when Filipino Katipuneros took their plan of revolt against the Spanish conquerors. It offers a track back in history when the revolutionaries took refuge in hidden caves along the mountain ...

  • Biak na Bato National Park A trek back to history

    Biak na Bato National Park A trek back to history

    The eight rays of the sun, as depicted in the Philippine flag, testify to the significant contribution of the province of Bulacan in the revolt against Spain in 1896. Indeed, Bulacan is one of the eight provinces that shed light towards the fight for independence, ending hundred years of slavery against the Spaniards.

    A trip to Biak-na-Bato, in the town of San Miguel in Bulacan, takes you back to the era when Filipino Katipuneros took their plan of revolt against the Spanish conquerors. It offers a track back in history when the revolutionaries took refuge in hidden caves along the mountain ...

  • Tales Of Biak Na Bato

    A great summer adventure encountering hanging bridges, historical caves, trekking, and other awesome experiences! Really worth the almost 4-hr walk! Thanks to our very "kwela" local guide Kuya Jing! :D
    You'll always be remembered! HAHA!

    I really enjoyed some rock, i mean boulder, climbing. It's a knee-shakening experience for most of us are first time trekkers. I just hope that the park would maintain the natural formations found in the area. Lesser graffitis and lesser robbers. Also, i hope that the live rocks would still be alive through ages.

    We went first in Ambush Cave, Imbakan Ca ...