Sights and Tourist Attractions

Take the plunge at Blue Water Cave in Quezon, Bukidnon

Blue Water Cave Bukidnon

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Bright and turquoise waters that would truly refresh you from a day’s walk – this is definitely a one of a kind adventure that would truly be on top of your bucket list.

The “Blue Water Cave” is a natural tourist attraction hidden in the lush valley of a river that flows underground in the connecting caverns of the San Jose village here.

Blue water cave

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It is located in the Village of San Jose right after a high bridge that marks the boundary of Quezon and Maramag. To go there from Cagayan de Oro, take a regular bus bound for Davao and drop off right AFTER the bridge at Kiuntod, Camp 1, Maramag. Travel time is around 3.5 – 4.5 hours.

You will need to get in touch first with Kiokong Climbing Society—a non-profit group that now develops the Kiokong Eco-Tourism project that oversees town visitors’ activities such as trekking and spelunking, especially during weekends.

Kikong Eco-Tourism
Quezon Municipality, Bukidnon
(088) 355-1445 / (088) 355-1323

The trail to the blue waters will lead you to an enormous white rock cliff where rock wall climbers enjoy pulling themselves up to a steep rock surrounded by amazing rock formations.

You can reach the blue water cave down to a narrow trail to reach the riverbank of Pulangi River. The cave is enchanting and blue waters is magnificent. You can actually swim and be at one with nature.

Kikong Eco-Tourism also offer other outdoor activities so be sure to check them out.

Sources: lakbaypilipinas.com, .ironwulf.net

 

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