The southern town of Barili is famous for a number of natural attractions that have piqued the interest of local and foreign tourists. The natural attractions are gradually becoming popular among nature lovers in the island. These attractions include the majestic Mantayupan Falls, Bolocboloc Natural Spring Pools, and Sayaw Beach. In addition, the town is also home to the Molave Milk Station, which is one of the favorite stopover points for travelers to the southwestern part of Cebu.
Barili also features numerous cave systems that are already starting to attract the attention of visitors. Many of these caves have remained hidden due to the mountainous topography of the town. Most of them have also remained unexplored, and only the caves that can be accessed easily have been explored. Some of these caves can be accessed using a small boat.
Before exploring the limestone caves of Barili, it is important to get in touch with the local authorities to ensure they are aware of your presence. This is a precaution in case something happens while you explore the cave. It is also important to get the services of professionals to guide you in exploring the caves. While many of the caves require at least six hours to explore, there may be some that can be explored in less than six hours.