Hinagdanan Cave in Panglao Island, Bohol is one of the most popular tourist attractions that are definitely a must-see during your visit to Bohol.
Hinagdanan Cave – how to get there, how much it costs for entrance fees, and what to expect when you get there.
Hinagdanan Cave is located on the northern coastline of Panglao Island in Bohol, Philippines.
This unique cave also played as a World War II. A hideout for the Filipinos to escape the Japanese Army, though, unfortunately, history tells us, they were still found hiding there.
Upon arriving there, you can expect to see stalagmite pinnacles, turquoise pools, and a staircase entrance.
Inside the Hinagdanan Cave, you will find a large freshwater pool that glows a fluorescent turquoise color, and large stalagmite pinnacles hanging from the ceiling.
The natural spring water pool is around 3 to 4 meters deep, and there is plenty of space for swimming and diving into the natural spring water.
Opening Hours: Monday to Sunday from 7:30 am to 5:00 pm.
Video of Hinagdanan Cave Panglao Bohol.