Tayangban Cave Pool is the newly found tourist spot in Siargao Island. Located at Brgy. Datu, Pilar, Surigao Del Norte, Siargao Island. With a Cave entrance surrounded by water where you can enjoy swimming in a fresh water cave.
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As of late, Siargao Island is becoming one of the most popular islands in the Philippines! An island that is completely covered in coconut palm trees and surrounded by crystal clear turquoise waters. Siargao Island is more commonly known for its world-class surf breaks, though there are plenty more fantastic things to do in Siargao other than surfing.
Tayangban Cave Pool is one of the best inland experiences I had during my visit to Siargao Island. Discover the unique twin cenotes, bat caves and emerald rock pools on a canyoneering adventure at Tayangban Cave.
How to get to Siargao Island:
- Take a plane from Metro Manila to Surigao City (i.e. Cebu Pacific).
- Charter a tricycle to Surigao Port.
- Take the public boat/ferry to Dapa Port (travel time: 2.5 ? 4 hours depending on sea condition).
- Alternatively, fly via Cebu Pacific or SkyJet from Metro Manila directly to Siargao Airport.
- If you are coming from the town of Socorro in Bucas Grande Island, there are available public boats that ply the Socorro Port-Dapa Port route (travel time: 1 - 1.5 hours).
Ang Tayangban Cave ay matatagpuan sa Pilar, Surigao Del Norte. Ito ay mga more than 1 hour to travel by motorcycle from Cloud 9, Siargao Island.
Ang Tayangban Cave ay more than 25-30 minutes to explore at ito nasa ilalim ng kalsada.
There are few Stalactite kang makikita sa loob at malamig na tubig tabang ang dadaanan mo. Paglabas ng kweba merong ilog na kung saan pwede kang mag cliff diving.
Siargao may be known as one of the country's main surfing haven, but for a casual to non-surfer like me, Im more interested on what other places I can visit on this island. I dedicated a day for exploring Siargao by road and hired a habal-habal to take me around. Upon checking out of Buddha's Surf Resort, I transferred to another hotel near Dapa port so I can be early next day for the boat to Socorro. Left my other bags and immediately started for our first destination the Tayangban Cave in Pilar. I really have no idea what the cave features are which made it more exciting.