Quipot Cave

Mambusao, Capiz

Quipot Cave is located in Brgy. Burias, Mambusao, Capiz. It is a thirty minute ride over rough road, from Mambusao Agricultural and Technical College or around 9 kms. from the town proper; has many chambers some of which are as big as hotel ballroom with plenty of stalactites and stalagmites.

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  • Capiz Travel Information

    Capiz Travel Information

    Capiz, a province where myth and reality merge. One enduring legend about how Capiz got its name goes like this: Balingangan, Datu Bankaya's eldest son, named his two territories "Kapid" and"Akean" (meaning twin) in honor of his twin daughters "Bulan" and "Adlaw" (moon and sun). Spaniards who later settled in the area adopted the names of Capiz and Aklan.

    The arrival of Spaniards in 1569 brought about major changes in the lives of the CapizeƱos. May 8, 1570, marked the conquest of Panay and consequently the district of Aklan by the Spaniards under the leadership of Martin de Goiti. Capiz w ...

  • Explore the Mystical Caves of Capiz

    Explore the Mystical Caves of Capiz

    Capiz is a province noted for ancient churches, historical sites, wide beaches, isolated coves, white sand and cultural events, but Capiz also boasts of truly amazing caves that have left explorers in awe at these mysterious creation of the elements, definitely something to look forward to during any trip to this beautiful province.

    Spelunking, or cave exploration, is a challenging and pleasurable activity to be had in the many caves in the province, giving delight to explorers and spelunkers. Getting into these nature-built dungeons, seeing the wonders that were hidden for centuries creat ...

  • Capiz is Famous for

    Capiz is Famous for

    Birthplace of Manuel Roxas (Roxas City)
    Located in the city proper; a two-storey hardwood and stone house of First Philippine President Manuel Roxas, now a historical shrine.

    Moro Towers (Sitio Nipa, Roxas City)
    Half-torn stone structures built in 1814 in order to repel the invading Moros and Portuguese colonizers.


    Capiz National High School
    One of the pioneering educational institutions in the province, Capiz National High School (formerly Capiz High School) was established and completely organized in 1914. Its imposing structure and location (top of a hill) is always a ...