PhotoHunt#158 Wet

Sagada is not only known for its almost mystical rice terraces, very good hiking trails, ancient hanging coffins and limestone cliffs, it is also known for its majestic caves.


The photo was taken inside the beautiful Sumaguing Cave, one of the more well-known caves if not the most popular cave in Sagada. Inside the cave are gigantic stalactites and stalagmites and for those who're planning to visit this cave, expect to get wet when you get inside. Its walls and floors are wet from dripping water and they actually glisten because of the minerals. Below the cave is a small pool for bathing (if one dares to rappel down the pool). The trip was a bit scary but really awesome and really worth it.

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jams o donnell said...

Wow that is beautiful! Have a great weekend

Mirage said...

We truly have a lot of hidden beauties!

Suzy said...

That's a nice story and a nice interpretation of the theme. thanks for sharing.