The 2nd stop of our adventure was Ogtong Cave Resort, still located in the municipality of Sta. Fe.
The entrance fee for Ogtong Cave Resort is Php 100, and with this, you will already have access to the swimming pool, the underground cave, the beach, and the restrooms. If you want to stay in the resort, they have rooms available too.
We rode our rented bikes from Sugar Beach to Ogtong Cave Resort.
We had lunch at the resort too. The food was okay. The price was okay in a typical-resort-restaurant-price kind of way. They had a lot of items on their menu, but most of it weren’t available (shocker: they didn’t even have seafood) so I was a bit disappointed (but I guess it’s also sort of reasonable to not stock up on everything when it’s not peak season).
The cave was nice, but also subtly eerie when there aren’t a lot of people in it. It’s a great spot for cooling off during a hot sunny day. The water was cool and as you can see in the weird photo of me above, it was crystal clear!
For more information about Ogtong Cave Resort, visit their website here.
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