Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
- Address: Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines
- Ticket Price: Free
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50.39% of people who visit Puerto Princesa include Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park in their plan
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69.23% of people start their Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park visit around 1 PM - 2 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
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Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, Puerto Princesa Reviews
Boring cave experience for people who have visited caves before. For first timers, I assume this is a nice and informative experience. If this wasn't so overly hyped, I'd rate it 4 stars. You want to explore the beauty of stalactite and stalagmite formations? You'll find much more interesting caves in Europe (where I'm from). You'll see a lot of rocks and bats, with the exception of a few nice large structures, such as the 'cathedral'. After 20 minutes the boat is already turning back. It's more fun to explore with your own flashlight than having to follow the guide's one! Also, please stop referring to Catholic things in your audioguide like cathedral, the apostles, etc. for every rock formation in the cave. Not everything needs to be spiritual nonsense, some of us just like to keep things real and explore the beauty that nature itself created, not the stories a certain religion made up around nature later. Price is around 750p per person + boat fee of 200p. This money is used to support the cave's natural habitat, for which I am very grateful!
Be fascinated by the beauty and eeriness of the cave. You'll definitely drop your jaws in awe. Careful tho! You don't want to catch the bats' poop from above. The cave is not too far from the port. It is just a few minutes amazing boat ride then creamy white sand at curious monkeys on the side will welcome you. Just a few steps and short briefing and you'll be handed an audio player. The audio is a 10 minute lecture of the cave's features and and all. It's very informative and comes in different languages. So choose which you'd prefer. You'd also have to wear a hardhat and vest as go in. It's quite pungent in the entrance but you'll get used to it. Note! Please shut your pie holes while inside the and listen and feel it's presence. You'll probably have the best time of your adventure here!
The hype is just too much. It’s just a cave with a lot of stalagmite and stalactite formation. The audio guide was very informative. I admire their dedication to preserve the natural habitat in the cave. But the travel time, accommodation and cost was just not worth it. To me it’s like a place I want to tick off my bucket list of “been there done that, won’t go back”.
It was definitely worth the visit. Took a van from San Jose bus terminal in Puerto Princessa. The 8:30 a.m. van didn't leave until 9:45 because the operator waited for enough passengers. The caved river was a phenomenal site. At the end of July, even though it was in off season, there was a 1.5 hour queue for the boat ride to go to the cave entrance from the town's departure point and 1 hour queue at the entrance for the river boat ride which took 40 minutes. People say staying at the town and having the cave tour early in the morning is the best arrangement. Park permit may be sold out for the day if arrived there too late in the morning.
Amazing subterranean cave. It's so unique to explore a cave while on a boat and to admire the majesty of the cave. Would highly recommend if going to Palawan.