The Santa Victoria Caves are more than 12 Philippine limestone caves that are found in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range. The caves are known for their beautiful and unusual rock formations, their sparkling rocks, and their subterranean waterfalls. They are also of archaeological significance as they are believed to have been occupied by the nomadic Agta or Dumagat people in the pas ...
t. The caves are located within the Isabela Sanctuary, which is part of the Fuyot Springs National Park (FSNP) in Ilagan, Isabela. This area is included in the Palanan Wilderness Area or Northern Sierra Madre National Park in the province of Isabela in Cagayan Valley. - Wikipilipinas
Santa Victoria Caves News
Time and again we Filipinos have been encouraged to see our own country. After all, there are still so many places to visit and cultures to be discovered in our own backyard.
Last January, selected members of the media, travel bloggers and writers got the chance to go to Isabela for the Bambanti Festival 2018. In between our coverage of the festival, we were able to explore some places in Ilagan, where the festival was held.
Named after King Philip's wife, Queen Isabela, this northern province is known for supplying rice and corn to various parts of the country. Through the years, Isabel ...
Tucked away on the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, the Santa Victoria Caves which is among the favorite tourist destinations in the North are becoming a favorite tourist destination in the province.
Pol Cabacungan, city information officer, told relayed that Mayor Josemarie L. Diaz has initiated the development of the new tourism site in the city, the Japanese War Tunnel located in Barangay Santo Tomas, to prepare it for the possible influx of tourists.
"This was discovered years back by students who used to play hide and seek."
He said that three years ago, the mayor ha ...
Located in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, specifically in the province of Isabela, Cagayan Valley, the Santa Victoria Caves are comprised of more than 12 limestone caves that are known for their unusual but beautiful rock formations, their subterranean waterfalls and their sparkling rocks. These caves also have archaeological significance, as they are believed to be once the home to the nomadic Dumagat or Agta people in the past. They are part of the 200-hectare Isabela Sanctuary, which is also part of the Fuyot Springs National Park (FSNP).
These caves are found together ...
Part of the 819-hectare Fuyot Springs National Park bordering the town of Tumauini, Ilagan Sanctuary is a protected area located in the foothills of the Sierra Madre mountain range in Brgy. Santa Victoria, Ilagan City, Isabela. Among the natural attractions are Santa Victoria Caves, river-hiking to Pinzal Falls and viewing endemic and exotic animals at the mini-zoo like Philippine deer, Philippine crocodiles and Bengal tigers. This area is included in the buffer zone of the Palanan Wilderness Area or Northern Sierra Madre Natural Park. The nature park also has swimming pools, ATV rides, and a ...
Tucked away in the foothills of the Sierra Madre Mountain Range, the Santa Victoria Caves which is among the favorite tourist destinations in the North retains its timeless beauty and allure.
The caves, known for their beautiful and unusual rock formations, their sparkling rocks, and their subterranean waterfalls located within the Ilagan Sanctuary, remains preserved as part of the Fuyot Springs National Park (FSNP) of this city.
The Sta. Victoria Caves may be found together with animal kingdom, botanical garden, and waterfalls in the 200-hectare Isabela Sanctuary, which forms about a qu ...