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Hinagdanan Cave is the only natural attraction located directly on Panglao Island, not counting the beaches of the island, of course. It is shallow, consists of one large hall, in which there is a pool with clean water for swimming. There are lights and railings around the pool to keep from falling into the water.
It is in order to swim in the pool, it is worth visiting it. If you are interested only in the cave itself for inspection without swimming, perhaps you should not go, it is not particularly spectacular. Yes, there are some stalactites and rock formations inside, but you will spend no more than 5 minutes there.
🕐 Working hours: 07:30-17:00.
🚶 Entrance fee / tickets price: entrance fee 50 pesos (more about the currency of the Philippines), swimming fee is an additional 75 pesos, motorcycle/car parking is 5/15 pesos.USD, see
🚶 How to get there: Hinagdanan is located on the north shore of Panglao 12 kilometers from the beach Alona Beach (cave on the map). It is better to get there by rented transport, a trip on a tricycle in both directions with a wait will cost from 400 pesos. The visit without swimming takes place on its own, but swimming with a conditional guide who takes groups to the cave, and looks after your safety.
You can also see possible options for other excursions to the island of Bohl, which can be booked online: