|Guiso Cave in Bulabog Puti-an, photo by Ramon Ramirez|
|Hinulugan Tawo Cave, photo by Ramon Ramirez|
|Lungib Cave, photo by Ramon Ramirez|
|Litik Kabayo Cave, photo by Ramon Ramirez|
BULABOG PUTI-AN NATURAL PARK in Barangay Moroboro can be enjoyed as a day visit to the area since one does not have to go on extensive trail blazing. Combining trekking and cave exploration, the trip offers a rare opportunity to get close to one of Iloilo’s rarest limestone rock formation in Panay excluding Guimaras. This old growth forest is also a perfect laboratory for the study of flora and fauna. It was designated as a National Park through Congressional Bill No. 1651, and such is considered a "nationally significant area." The centerpiece of the park is its 33 known and named caves where most are undeveloped, so there are no lights, stairs, nor walkways. Hike up and go cave exploration while enjoying the gorgeous view of the park over its wild and luscious forests. It has a land area of 834.033 hectares covering five of Dingle's 33 barangays.
|photo by Vincent Angelo Gefes|