Igutan Cave, also called Igotan Cave is a natural and popular site for those who seek to explore a little adventure in the province. It is located in the tranquil Barangay Jaclupan, Talisay City, in the Province of Cebu. The cave is just a small one but interesting enough for small time adventurers. Just like most of the caves, Igutan Cave offers amazing rock formations, stalactites and stalagmite ...
structures. Igutan Cave is a favorite of locals and visitors because of its so-called therapeutic falls.
Igotan Cave and Falls News
Many times, pictures do help in choosing the places we would want to visit. Yet for secluded, or sites we have never even heard of, pictures not only rubs our 'travel bug' but gives us that safe feeling ??" knowing the 'terrain' we have to go through in advance.
Let's now see and feel the 'actual' terrain in getting to Igotan Cave.
The road to Igotan Cave takes around 15 minutes of scenic views..
Upon getting off your ride, you just have to walk straight till you see a basketball court and a mango tree where you'd be going down to cross a dry river and onto the hill ??" which isn't re ...
I have this kind of stereotyped notion of cities that they are all buildings, malls, people, noise and all the fuss of chaos and crowd. Oh well, those are just my thoughts, but obviously in the real world not all cities have these kind of complications, right.? When I started blogging, I eventually read other blogs too. After reading other blogs, I realized that there are hidden gems not only in rural places but in cities as well, just like in Talisay City where Igotan Cave is situated. As an amateur in outdoor activities, I find it surreal to know that this place existed. Imagine a cave and ...
"You can't buy happiness but you can travel local and that's kind of the same thing."
Talisay City has been a sole proof that Cebu has been the center of commerce and trade ages before the Spaniards came. From being a simple fishing village, it now hosts a lot of industries both local and international. Moreover, it has started making its name because of its unique features like lechon and fresh sea food like "Kinilaw sa Tangke". But what is unknown to many, including myself, is that Talisay is more than just being a beach and a fishport.
Igutan Cave and Waterfalls
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Igotan is a natural and popular site for those who seek to explore a little adventure in the province.
It is located in the tranquil Barangay Jaclupan, Talisay City, in the Province of Cebu, Philippines.
The cave is just a small one but interesting enough for small time adventurers. Just like most of the caves, Igutan Cave offers amazing rock formations, stalactites and stalagmite structures.
In my experience, caves give you an impression or idea how other worlds would look like??"strange shapes and formations of the surroundings, some eerie feelings, smells different, and the unfamil ...
The island of Cebu has a lot of natural wonders that serve as playgrounds for those with adventure in their hearts. Limestone cliffs, mountain ranges, coral reefs, waterfalls, rivers??"you name it, we got it. And, of course, Cebu is pockmarked with innumerable caves that are waiting for those who dare to enter into the world of darkness and into Cebu's innards.
Ask local folks and they would explain in detail the secret story of the cave in their town, village, or baranggay. "That cave used to be the hideout of Japanese troops during World War 2" or "That cave is the haunt of the spirits of ...
There's not much to expect when it comes to nature destination in Talisay City but there's one simple place in Jaclupan, Talisay City that I like, the Igutan Cave. It's not really a known place that's why I like it. Less people, less noise and I can surely enjoy the beauty of nature. Another thing I like about the cave is the falls on the innermost part of it.
The Igutan Cave is just small with narrow passageways. There are even some areas of the cave that are narrow; you have to crawl to be able to pass through. Estimated distance from the entrance of the cave to its innermost part I think ...