Capisaan Cave System, Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya, Philippines

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Exploring the Philippines is one of the most exciting, breath-taking, and mind-blowing experience you will ever have. You will be too awestruck to describe the great wonders God has given this country. You will be able to experience and witness different marvels that you have never expected that would exist in such a small country like the Philippines.

Capisaan Cave System is one of the less explored and visited tourist spot in the country due to its hidden location. Another note is that this particular cave perfectly fits those people who are craving for adventure-filled and thrilling experience. This is perfect for those people who don’t mind diving in the mud, getting bruised and scarred, swimming in the freezing water, passing through small holes, falling in ravines, and traversing an unfamiliar place full of surprises in every step that you make.

The cave system is the fifth longest cave system in the country…

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