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§ Depart for Mabinay town, 2 hour-drive.

§  Recommended Caves:
Crystal (157 ms)
Mambajo ( 670 ms)
Baliw ( 769 ms)
Panligawan (143 ms)

Cayaso (2,222 ms)
Pandalihan (282 ms)

Odloman (8,870 ms)

                                       CAVE TOUR PACKAGES                           
                                    Beginners:  PhP 50.00/pax (3 caves)             
                                         Hard: PhP 100.00/pax (2 caves)  
                                         Guides’ Fee: PhP 400.00/maximum 5 pax     
§ Have lunch at Tirambulo Highland Resort and stroll around its  lakes. The quite and peaceful, Highland Resort has 4 man-made lakes for fishing and water sports, a small pool with slides, and a restaurant serving delicious meals.
§ Cap the tour with a refreshing swim at the cool and blue Mabinay Spring.
OTHER ACTIVIES: Kayaking, Rock Climbing,Rapelling & Nature Tripping.
            KAYAKING                                                 RAPELLING            
Ilog River:  PhP 300.00/kayak                      Equipment Rental:  PhP 700.00
Spring: PhP 150.00/hour                                              Guides Fee:
Guides’ Fee:                                                             PhP 100.00/head
               PhP 300.00/kayak for Ilog River
               PhP 50.00/kayak for Spring                                                                                        

CAVE GUIDE: Jeffry Dasian  +63 918 242 7269

POINT OF ORIGIN – Dumaguete City
DESTINATION’S LOCATION – Widely-dispersed in Mabinay Town
DISTANCE87 kms from Dumaguete City
o By bus  or van to Bais City. In Dumaguete, check Ceres Bus Terminal northbound bus at Calindagan  Dumaguete City, Tel. No. 035 225 – 9030    
·          Departs every 30 mins daily
PhP110.00 Dumaguete – Mabinay (Airconditioned Ceres Liner Bus)
PhP 99.00 Dumaguete – Mabinay (Non-airconditioned Ceres Liner Bus)
o Caves reach by trekking.
ACCOMMODATION within the vicinity
o Mountain Valley Guest Inn Mobile No. +63  0918 – 331 – 9639; 0920 – 420 – 9608
o Tirambulo Highland Resort Mobile No. +63 919 – 382 – 3853
o GRV Lodge Mobile No. +63 920 893 7552

For more details visit Mabinay Tourism and Development Council Office. Call or Text  Hon. Ernie “Jango” T. Uy (Mun. Vice Mayor & MTDC Chairman) +63 916 679 2344 / 0921 257 4412

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