How would you like swimming in an underground stream inside a cave? Kiuntod Underground Stream and Cave was discovered just last year located right below Pulangui Bridge at Purok 7, Kiuntod, Camp 1, Maramag, Bukidnon.
GETTING THERE: The site is easy to locate. From Malaybalay City, turn left towards Bukidnon-Davao Highway after Camp 1 Junction. Turn left on the first road after NPC Pulangui IV Hydroelectric Power Plant. There’s also a signage at the highway. From the signage, the site can be reached thru a trail leading to the river and along the river towards the cave entrance near the bridge. The area is just near the Blue Water Cave located on the opposite side of Pulangui River which is already part of Quezon, Bukidnon. See map below.
This is the signage along the highway.
In going to the cave, you need to take this riverside trail.
Of course, selfies …
You can enjoy the natural scenery along the way.
Stairs are installed for easy access to the cave entrance.
This is taken from the cave entrance. Note the bridge above.
The cave which is carved out by running stream at the bottom of the limestone cliffs has a wide entrance.
If you’re claustrophobic, you can just swim at the entrance.
The water at the entrance is shallow as shown below.
Similar to the Blue Water Cave, the stream also has a bluish color.
Observe the clear water…
The water flows out through a natural tunnel as shown below.
If you’re adventurous, you can start entering the cave…
Bringing water-proof headlights can be useful.
Here are more shots of the cave’s interior.
Even small children have reached the cave.
How about a solo shot?
….or a group photo …
Did you know a prenup photoshoot also took place at the site?