Cape of Bolinao and Enchanted Cave – Bolinao, Pangasinan

Our mind and heart are still in the Patar white beach, we are so amazed by the rock formations and the feel of the water still touches our skin.

But we will not slip the chance of visiting one of the most remarkable places here in Bolinao — the Cape of Bolinao, Lighthouse and the Enchanted Cave which are also situated within Brgy. Patar. 

The feeling is different when you see it in picture and in person.

 

I may not know the whole history of this place, but you will feel and see the scar of sufferings from fights and victories.

 

We didn’t go up but we did roam around the area to take pictures as souvenirs of our getaway.

 

From the old office area, you will see the beautiful Bolinao sea.

 

This spot never gets old for new visitors like us.

 

It’s just so wonderful to finally see it in person.

And now we’re on our way to see the Enchanted Cave!

 

Enchanted cave is right after the arch of Brgy. Patar and this signage will give you the hint that you almost reach the place. Let’s go!

 

Please be guided accordingly. *wink*

From the registration area you need to pay P150 which you will receive a stub for the swimming fee. Since you have no idea yet on the swimming area, you have the choice if you’ll swim or not with the stub given to you. If not used, this is refundable.

 

And these dried reefs (like a rock formation) will greet you upon entering. Yes, these are dried reefs. Cool, huh?

 

Now this is fascinating, the giant clams or Taklobo, and I really thought these are all man-made but…

 

The signage will explain it to you! Isn’t it amazing?!

 

And we’re about to enter Enchanted Cave with this beautiful arch.

 

The place offers different and several picnic tables for family and friends who would want to spend good lunch in the area.

 

And the place also have a resting area. (I can lay here forever!)

 

Now we are out and about to go to the enchanting cave..

 

After walking up with the stairs, now we are about to go down to see the cave. Exciting!

 

And here we are under.

 

The inside of the cave.

 

It makes me wonder how it was formed.. And how old the cave is..

 

And finally I’ve decided to experince the cave’s water.

 

Cold water, indeed. There’s a rope to guide you to go to the other side just in case you are not a good swimmer like me. The center of the water is a little deep so I prefer to stay where the rope is.

 

Beware of the rocks below the water.
And as soon as we decided to go out, we went to see the mini pool..

 

Now that’s the place’s mini pool with a man-made mini falls.

The overall stay is good. The place is really cool for families and big group of friends.

So for those who plan to go to Patar, don’t miss to visit Cape of Bolinao and the Enchanted Cave which are also situated within the area of Brgy. Patar.

Travel now with a happy feet!
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4 thoughts on “Cape of Bolinao and Enchanted Cave – Bolinao, Pangasinan

  1. Hello Ms. Tipie , just want to ask why you not go to Rock Formation ?
    This is one of the spot i want to visit and i'm searching on your story but not find .

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  2. Hi Sis Bhie. Waw! Whatta great family getaway! You are so much welcome and I am really happy to see you guys enjoyed it.

    Philippines has a lot more to offer and so we should never get tired of exploring and sharing, and have a happy feet! :o)

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