Bolinao: Enchanted Cave

Pangasinan is more known for its most popular tourist attraction which is the Hundred Islands National Park. A cluster of more than a hundred islands off the town of Alaminos on the Lingayen Gulf.

Enchanted Cave

For those who seek adventures, there are several caves in Pangasinan waiting to be explored. There is the Cacupangan cave in the town of Mabini, Cindy’s cave, Wonderful cave and Enchanted cave in Bolinao and the 200 meter Villacorta Caves in the town of Villacorta with waterfalls, pools and rock formations.

On our way to Enchanted Cave

 

The way going to Enchanted cave

Entry point of the cave


Enchanted Cave in Bolinao, Pangasinan is one of a couple of caves that are in the area. The Enchanted Cave is a coral cave located in featuring a fresh-water pool. The pool is said to have depths ranging from 3 ft to 6 ft.

Fresh water pool


You can dip yourself at the clear waters while exploring the natural beauty of the cave. It looks to be a huge cave system but the management restricts you from entering certain areas.

 

Stairway of the cave

The entrance fee to the privately-owned attraction cost P30 per head with an additional P20 if you decide to take a dip into the clear water pool.

 

Comments

  1. i’ll never forget this cave,kase bad trip kame sa masungit na may-ari nyan. ksama dapat s tour namen nyan, ksama ko nun sila marky,anton at estan, tas hinarang kame nung may-ari. ayaw kame papasukin, panira tlga ng araw. well, at least nakita ko na din s pic. sana yung mga ganyang natural wonders ng bansa eh gov’t property.

  2. Ang ganda pa naamn mag swimming dun sa fresh waterpool, sayang hindi ang buong taong bayan ang makikinabang sa profit

  3. It looks very enchanted !

  4. It’s my first time to hear about this cave in Bolinao. The cave looks really beautiful. Mukhang ang sarap mag-swimming dun sa loob :-)

  5. Those caves look like a beautiful place to visit!

  6. John Milky Del Rosario says:

    I encourage everyone especially mga pinoys to visit this place, sobrang ganda, the water is clear and fresh, malamig pero relaxing. The experience was great and i enjoyed it. For Bino: great images..ganda, you shots like a professional. keep it up dude!

  7. Kay Gomez says:

    This is actually one of my favorite spot in Bolinao. Sarap maligo, refreshing… at agree ako kay JM ganda ng mga shots especially yung last image…like it like it so much. =)

  8. Medyo bad experience namin dyan. Kami lang nina Ada at Darwin nakapasok, pero the rest hindi. Nagalit may-ari LOL. Oh well.

    • lol. Baka wala lang sa mood yung owner that time. Parang nice naman siya samin. Hehe,., Kawawa naman yung mga naiwan. Sayang kasi nandun na sila e.

  9. anthony says:

    another job well done vin.truly,shot like a pro.

  10. been here once, kaso din kami pinapasok nung time na yun, may bagyo and delikado raw yung current, :(

  11. magkano tour fee dito???

    • Hi Sarah, You can go directly to the cave by taking tricycle and pay Php30 entrance fee. I’m not sure though kung may nag-aarange ng tour yung mga resorts malapit dun. :)

  12. Hi po. Ask ko lng po, if you have contact number with the owner? :) or, how we can get the info about this place, even dun po sa wonderful cave. i just trying to do some package for our tour. I am Tour Operator based in Cainta Rizal. Thank You :)

  13. Hi Sheryl, Thanks for dropping by. :) I’m sorry to say but I don’t have the contact number of the owner. Madali lang siya puntahan kapag nasa stretch ka na ng Brgy. Ilog Malino, where most of the resorts are situated. Yung way kasi papunta sa cave is kahilera lang nga mga resorts. :)

  14. ah gnun b? sige. thanks for the reply ha. :) nung nagpunta kayo may bayad ba?

    • You’re welcome. :) Yup, may entrance fee na PhP30/head kung papasok ka lang sa cave and if you decide to swim, you need to pay additional PhP20/head. :)

  15. for your info, 50 na entrance dito, and plus 20 na if you decided to dip in the water..before you enter bayad na kagad. non-refundable if ever magback out ka magswim sa dami ng tao sa loob.

  16. Hi! ask ko lang po if may near accommodation sa place? thanks! :D

  17. i was in Enchanted Cave yesterday (March 10, 2013).
    The water is crystal clear and very clean.
    Good thing it’s private (if it’s true) since it has been proven that
    management by government is so dismal.
    The entire surrounding of the park is well-maintained
    and the staff members are friendly and accommodating.
    Highly recommended!

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