Santol Cave

San Miguel, Bulacan

Santol Cave is located in Biak-na-bato National Park, San Miguel, Bulacan. Located within the area of Biak-na-bato National Park in San Miguel Bulacan, this cave is two hours and a half ride from Manila. Flora can be found outside the cave namely pakiling, buho, tibig, vines and santol.

An insectivorous bat can be seen inside the cave with geological features such as columns of sta ...

lactites and stalagmites formation inside. Cave is highly recommended as an open cave to non-experienced cavers.

Santol Cave at Biak na bato National Park News

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    First kiss?
    First love?

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