Hinagdanan Cave Tour
Hinagdanan Cave is a cave in Panglao Island, Bohol Province, in the Philippines.
It is a naturally lighted cave with a deep lagoon. It is a naturally lighted cavern with a deep lagoon and many large connected Caves.
Hinagdanan Cave is made of limestone. The cave is within easy reach. You’ll have to walk through dense vegetation of just about one kilometre. The entrance of the cave is a hole of about 1 metre wide in diameter, visible from a limestone hill. Cemented steps lead to the interior of the cave, but be careful, the cave is slippery, so there’s a railing made of rope to help you avoid accidents due to slippery stones in the cave.
Hinagdanan Cave was accidentally discovered when the owner of the area was clearing the decaying branches of the land when he found the hole. The owner threw a stone into the hole, then he heard a splash. Then he built a ladder to get into the cave. They named it Hinagdanan, which means “laddered” used to get into the cave’s interior.