This is Bukilat cave in Tudela town in the Camotes Island group. It is one of eight caves in Camotes and is the most popular because of its large underground opening complete with a skylight and a pool which fills with water from the sea during high tide. The cave used to be a shelter for those fleeing the Japanese during World War II. There are also tales of buried treasure still hidden within the Bukilat Cave.
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