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  • Blue Waterfalls And Caves In Cagayan

    The Blue Waterfalls and Cave is located at the town of Baggao, which is a first class municipality in the province of Cagayan. This place has to be the most unbelievable place we've been so far. Unbelievable in a way that we've never imagined such a magnificent beauty of nature exists in this part of the country. It is located 62 kilometers north of Tuguegarao City. We were not surprised, though, how it has kept its raw beauty as it is within one of the most hidden places hence not much tourists visit this area. As of November 2014, we saw that there is an undergoing construction of roads lead ...

  • The Adventure Of Crossing Laglagto River

    When traveling, I sometimes make one detour after another until I ultimately find myself lost. I can recall my recent Cagayan Valley immersion to be true of this. I was supposed to head for Sta. Ana after my Tuguegarao layover, but the lure of Baggao's picturesque cornfields was just too enticing to ignore. I had to schedule it as a detour between main stops. For a while, exploring the town was a blur. I was at a point of culminating my visit with nothing at hand until I made a last minute side trip to the town's Duba Cave. To the prodding of my hired tricycle driver named George, I took anoth ...

  • Tourist Spots In Baggao Cagayan

    Baggao is gifted with natural aesthetically pristine and beautiful sceneries where horizons of water, rocks, rare species of plants and untamed animals abound. The lush of rolling hills and mountains covered with thick forest vegetation is evident of truly awesome and breathtaking gift of Mother Nature.

    Duba Undeground River and Cave

    Stay the whole day and frolic under the tropical sun. The inviting crystal clear water awaits you at the Duba River, a perfect place for swimming and for boating adventure. After an invigorating dip in the water, explore tha caves and feel the self revealing ...

  • Duba Cave In Baggao Cagayan

    The cave is west of the Pintal River directly across from the barangay’s irrigation intake structure. You can either do the short swim across or go downstream and wade across the shallower portion of the river. Continuing another 30 meters west over the rubble along the river bank, you’ll reach the Front Lagoon * that is 20 meters wide by 50 meters long depending on the rains. The Front Lagoon is actually a sump with no visible connection with the river but we believe it does underground. You’ll have to swim about 36 meters to get to the entrance of the cave, which is at the eastern bank ...