Timubo Cave

San Francisco, Cebu

Timubo Cave is located in Barangay Sonog, San Francisco, Cebu. It is one of the best caves for an underground swimming featuring gigantic stalactites and stalagmites with an end destination of a crystal clear water pool.

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  • 10 Places In Camotes Island You Shouldnt Miss

    10 Places In Camotes Island You Shouldnt Miss

    I've been living in Cebu since I was in college. Almost all those years I was just in the city, trying to survive in the university. I started to know the place even more when I got out of school. Since then, exploring the whole province has been one heck of an adventure. Until now, Cebu never fails to surprise me. In every destination, it offers a different perspective and a different kind of fun. One of the places I was surprised with is this little group of islands called Camotes.

    The name itself is intriguing. It sounds like kamote, which means sweet potato in the Philippines. Do these ...

  • Camotes Island A Quick Getaway For The Barkada

    Camotes Island A Quick Getaway For The Barkada

    Admit it or not, it's difficult to bring back the time when you and your college clique together. How many times have you postponed that dinner-get-together? How many times did you experience a conflict of schedules? Friend Number One is a busy bee ??" even responding to your message is taxing on her part. Friend Number Two is the promising one ??" gives you all the false hopes you need to push through for the event. Friend Number Three is the free data ??" always on the go as long as everything is on you. And there you are, Friend Number Four, the organizer ??" the ever optimistic friend who ...

  • Travel Guide In Camotes Island Cebu Philippines

    Travel Guide In Camotes Island Cebu Philippines

    "'Camote', replied the island ancestors when asked by the Spaniards about the name of the place. The natives were harvesting sweet potatoes (camote) then and thought that the Spaniards were asking what they were digging. That's how the group of islands got its name according to local folklore".

    Tagged as the lost horizon of the south because of its unspoiled beauty, Camotes is a group of islands composed of four major islands (and four towns) namely Pacija (San Francisco), Ponson (Pilar), Poro (Poro and Tudela), and Tulang. It is geographically located between the Cebu mainland and Leyte. I ...

  • Majestic Camotes Island A Hideaway Haven

    Majestic Camotes Island A Hideaway Haven

    Traveling is indeed fun but what can make it amazing is the copious and evocative resources of a specific place enough to provide an ineradicable experience. Way back our time from Spaniards, the name of the island was derived from one of it's local products which is the "Camote" and was called "Camotes Island" since then. The island group is composed of four towns namely Poro, Tudela, Pilar, and San Francisco.

    It's geographically located east of Cebu Island. It's conceivably a haven for some locals and tourists due to its natural god-given spots as well as a number of hotels and resorts in ...

  • Quick Dip In Clear Water Of Cavern Timubo Cave

    Quick Dip In Clear Water Of Cavern Timubo Cave

    Where in the world can you have the unique experience of swimming in the crystal clear waters of a cavern? I don't know of any other places, but if you live in or travel to the Philippines, Timubo Cave on Camotes Islands is the place to go for this one-of-a-kind and refreshing adventure. The Camotes Islands are located in the Camotes Sea, east of the island of Cebu and southwest of Leyte Island, very "laid back", picturesque, and peaceful, non-touristy, and very accessible to residents of or tourists in Cebu City.

    Timubo Cave is located in/near Sonog town on San Francisco Island, Camote ...

  • Islands Of Camotes A Package Destination

    Islands Of Camotes A Package Destination

    Camotes is located southwest of Leyte, east of Cebu Island and consists of three major islands namely Ponson, Poro and Pacijan Island. It is well-known for its unspoiled destinations and pristine white sand beaches.

    Aroused by the desire to visit the place, I immediately pack my things and grab my two friends to the island. BER months may be considered as the coolest season of the year and months filled with rainy days but this thought never once bothered us in pursuing our trip to Camotes Island. Fortunately, the weather was pretty fine and the sun shining effervescently was perfect for ou ...