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Beach

Beach

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Published by: Julibeth Dominguez on Nov 11, 2011
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There are three Ubong caves: one is by land, the other is by water and the last one is a cave

with a big opening where there is a stairway to the upper cave and a grotto. Stalactites in the caves are still very much noticeable though the Ubong cave by land should be preserved because it seemed that there are visitors who vandalize the caves. There is no problem with the Ubong cave by water because it is impossible to vandalize when the only means to get inside the cave is by a small fishing boat. Sharp rocks inside the Ubong cave by water may cause abrasions and even accidents, so it is recommended for tourists and swimmers to take precautions when swimming and getting inside the cave.

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