Suhoton Caves are located in Jamindan, Capiz and has multi-layered chambers in its vast interior. Capiz has three more popular caves such as Quipot Cave in Mambusao, Igang Cave in Maayon, and Suhot Cave in Dumalag.
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When you're planning a road trip between the cities of Capiz and Iloilo through the national highway, consider visiting Passi City, located in the center of Panay Island. It's only 45 minutes away from Iloilo by car, 4 hours from the popular Boracay Island, and an hour away if you're coming from Roxas City. The city of Passi is accessible by a wide range of vehicles including private cars, public buses and passenger vans.
Passi is a superb destination for nature lovers and adventurers. It is famous for the awesome diversity and stunning beauty that its environment ...
Spelunking or simply cave exploration is one tourist activity that is fast gaining ground in terms of interests among local and foreign tourists whose love for nature and adventure persists. Getting into these nature-built dungeons where not so many eyes have laid upon excites one self. Seeing the wonders hidden for centuries create a grand feeling of fulfillment as one views the grandeur of the chambers as big as cathedrals with matching statue-like rock formations. Similarly, the same feeling is derived after hiking, crawling, climbing, swimming and bending bodies to get into some constricte ...
Simple and peaceful. That's how the provincial government describes what life in Capiz is all about on its website. For travelers looking for a place to relax and unwind, this province in the Western Visayas region is a must-go destination.
Covering an area of 2,594.64 square kilometers, Capiz is subdivided into 16 municipalities and a city - Roxas. The province continues to be one of the major travel destinations in southern Philippines, thanks to its natural charm highlighted by a labyrinth of rolling hills, pristine beaches, unspoiled beaches, and isolated coves.
Capiz is also a magne ...
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 ...
Could you endure the adrenaline test
If you think that the Philippines is just all about fine beaches, crystal-clear waters and a marine paradise that tickle your adrenaline for an active recreation or a one-of-a-kind adventure of surfing, swimming, diving and snorkeling, you better snatch your bag pack once more and head on to the countryside.
The terrain of this archipelago has contoured varied and magnificent pitches for you to crawl and creep through, and to squeeze your body from an opening all the way through the end of the channel.
Caves! A hundred caves are awaiting explorat ...
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 ...