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April 21, 2008

cabacungan, tambobong, dasol


We decided to cap the last day of our Pangasinan adventure with some (very) minor spelunking. After exploring the Balinmanok wreck,we headed to the northwest end of Tambobong Beach for a small but interesting cove. Its beach is lined with rust colored rocks and there is a small cave at one end of the cove.

Cabacungan Cove

You can hike to the cove but its best to take a short banca ride from Tambobong. On the way to the cove you will be passing by a small island whose one end resembles a semi-submerged crocodile head.

Crocodile Island

Inside the cave is a nice emerald green pool about 8-10 feet deep at its deepest. There are several entry points to the cave : there are two easy ones on the beach, another one is on top of a hill above the cave where you can jump straight into the pool, and several entry points submerged under 4-5 feet of sea water. (Btw, some of locals fondly call the cave "The Baby Factory" :D )

Cabacungan Cave

Caves like this are pretty common along the rock walls of Pangasinan's west coast. The photo below shows a typical rock wall along Sitio Pedeg.

Rockwalls of Pedeg

There are sporadic beaches in between these rock walls (like the Cabacungan cove). When the waves are strong you will be able to see the columns of sea water surging up the blow holes. Because of these blow holes its common to see white sand deposits on top of the rocks, particularly those in Sitio Pedeg.

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Toe said...

Wow, look at that water in that cave. Great photos Allan! You're very talented. And congratulations on your feature in Outdoor Photographer!

Allan Barredo said...

@toe - thanks for the visit! glad you liked the photos :)

backpacking philippines said...

nice. found your site thru dpp...mukhang freind mo rin si ferdz a ...looking for new unspoiled beaches again :P

Allan Barredo said...

@backpacking philippines
thanks for the visit tutubi :). Na "meet" ko sila ni Oggie sa General Santos airport before :)

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