The Camotes Islands is composed of four islands: Poro, Pacijan, Ponson, and Tulang. The Camotes Islands has four municipalities: San Francisco, Tudela, Poro, and Pilar. Aside from the beaches and caves, you can also find a huge lake that is also one of the tourist attractions of the islands. While a good part of the islands have already been developed, there are still some places that continue to remain relatively untouched.
The Timubo Cave is located in the middle of a farm where crops are grown. In fact the freshwater inside the cave supplies much of the needs of the residents in the area. Unlike other caves with huge openings, the entrance to the cave is a small hole on the ground. While the exterior may not look like much, you will see a good number of stalactites and stalagmites once you go inside the cave.
The Timubo Cave is located in Barangay Sonog, San Francisco. Your journey to the cave starts at the Cebu North Bus Terminal where you can get on a bus headed for the port in Danao. Once you reach the Danao port, you can hop on a ferry headed for the islands. After reaching the Camotes Island, you can hire a motorcycle to bring you to the Timubo Cave.
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