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“BIak na Bato_ A great Nature trail and true wonder”

Biak na Bato National Park
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Reviewed 8 January 2014

Being here is incomparable. we are 12 pax w/8 MC where we at Anvaya Cove has been aware of this kind of scenery yet it was truly amazing seeing those stalactites on the Bat cave. rock formations and of course, the hanging bridge that you have to cross to reach the cave. we haven't tried the waters from Aguinaldo's cave yet seen and passed to it. actually, it is the first cave. cool water, mini falls, some food... what else could you ask for... my rate.... top notch.
you all try this once in a lifetime experience. San Miguel Bulacan.
Then after here we have turned right by the Total Gas to see the San Miguel Church and head back to Bataan. I am glad that all my visitors have this expression of, truly enjoyed!!!!

5  Thank michael P
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Reviewed 9 December 2013

Two hours or less from manila, located in San Miguel, Bulacan, good for people who would like to experience nature without going too far from the city.

Biak na bato is known for both its historical and natural value. This used to serve as haven for the group of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo. Biak-na-Bato is home to hundreds of little and big caves, the Spaniards had difficulties in fighting the Katipuneros because of these caves.

Upon entering, you will be asked to register; registration would cost students PHP20 per head but for non-students, PHP30 is usually collected, regardless of the season. Back when I was in high school, the entrance fee was only PHP10 per head, more than a decade passed and it increased just a bit.

Local tour guides will be accompanying you inside, the place is huge, and could be dangerous without local guides knowledgeable enough about the place. Our guide charged us for only PHP200 for a 2-hour tour, cheap enough since we were 9 in the group.

The water is cold, you will surely enjoy the swim....

12  Thank AceGemGuevarra
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