The southern town of Minglanilla was once called Buat before the Spaniards came. It was called Buat since it was the place where settlers would lay to dry (buwad or buat) their fresh catch. The name was changed to Minglanilla when the Spaniards arrived. It is also known as the Sugat Capital of the South since the Sugat or meeting is a big socio-cultural event in the town. Every Easter Sunday, the Kabanhawan Festival is held in the town.
White Cave is one of the caves in the Campo Siete of Minglanilla or the Seven Caves located in the town. It is the biggest cave system among the seven. The entrance to the cave has a size three times bigger than the facade of the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral. The cave is called White Cave since it has a chalk-like material on its entrance.
There are two routes to getting to White Cave. The first route passes through Tabunok in Talisay City while the second route is through Barangay Cantabaco in Toledo City. Whichever route you will take, it is advisable to always have a guide with you to avoid getting lost.