Pisan Cave

Kabacan, Cotabato

Pisan Cave is located in Kabacan, Cotabato, which is full of bats and snakes. It is recommended site for snake and bat hunting.

Pisan Cave News

  • Kalivungan Festival The Empire Province Strikes Back

    Kalivungan Festival The Empire Province Strikes Back

    The rich tri-people culture, adventure, and nature of Cotabato Province come together as it celebrates the Kalivungan Festival from August 26 to September 1 to mark its Centennial Founding Anniversary.

    Its name coined from the indigenous Manobo word which means "gathering," the festival showcases the province's diverse ethnicities, political historicies, agro-industrial economy, and natural heritage.

    Cotabato Governor Emily Taliño-Mendoza said that the festival will bring to the fore the political and economic strides made by the province over the century.

    She said that the festival ...

  • Discovering Pisan hidden wonders

    Discovering Pisan hidden wonders

    It was almost 14 years ago yet when I started hearing about the caves in Pisan, a remote village in this town. And when I was in college at the University of Southern Mindanao some of my friends planned to explore the caves and some waterfalls in this rice-producing village.

    But the unstable peace and order discouraged me as well as other adventurers from pursuing the escapade. It was at the height of then President Joseph Estrada's all-out war against the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).

    Pisan is a known "operational territory" of the MILF. Government forces bombarded the village d ...

  • One hundred million pesos ecotourism subsidy set for North Cotabato

    One hundred million pesos ecotourism subsidy set for North Cotabato

    North Cotabato's "aggressive" ecotourism development initiatives gained foothold with the appropriation of P100-million corresponding subsidy from the national government.

    Governor Emmylou Taliño-Mendoza of North Cotabato province announced this at the sidelines of the preparations for the 2013 Kalivungan Festival slated on August 26 to September 1, a celebration for the 99th founding anniversary of North Cotabato.

    Mendoza said the P100-million fund has been incorporated in the general appropriations Act of 2014 as a subsidy for implementation by the Department of Tourism (DOT) and conc ...

  • Top ten amazing adventures to experience when in the Province of Cotabato

    Top ten amazing adventures to experience when in the Province of Cotabato

    It's just a week before the Kalivungan Festival and the 99th Foundation Anniversary of the Province of Cotabato. But for those who are coming to the province days before the week-long festival, here are some thing you can already do and enjoy.

    1. Explore the majestic Asik-asik falls in the town of Alamada. This 140-meter curtain-like waterfall is now one of the top destinations in Mindanao. Enjoy the scenic views of the rural communities along the road going to this farming town of Alamada.

    2. Ride the Asia's longest zipline, with a total length of 2.3 kilometers, in Barangay New Israel, ...

  • Travel at  North Cotabato

    Travel at North Cotabato

    Located in the center island of Mindanao, strategically positioned as the hub of the whole region. Bounded by the province of Bukidnon on the north, Lanao del Sur on the northwest portion, Maguindanao on the southwest side, Sultan Kudarat on the south and Davao del Sur on the east.

    The majestic heights of Mt. Apo, occupies the western side of the province, which bisect the land from Davao, and the Piapayungan Range turning point of Lanao. In the middle of the highlands is the receptacle of Rio Grande Mindanao which ascent in Bukidnon and flows south to Maguindanao and Illana Bay.

    The ...

  • North Cotabato to open Fort Pikit as tourism destination

    North Cotabato to open Fort Pikit as tourism destination

    The provincial government of North Cotabato will open historical Fort Pikit in Pikit town on Tuesday (January 8) as a new tourism destination.

    The event, which will be attended by officials from the Department of Tourism and the Spanish government, is part of the province's effort to earn more revenues from tourism and showcase the improvement in the local peace and order condition.

    In May last year, the National Historical Commission of the Philippines declared Fort Pikit as a national historical landmark.

    Fort Pikit, which sits on a hill overlooking the Cotabato-Davao highway, was b ...