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Dipping at Bungan-Bungan Spring in Libertad Dec 9, 2016

Dipping at Bungan-Bungan Spring in Libertad

Location Google Map: Bungan-Bungan Spring, Barangay Union, Libertad (municipality), Antique (province), Philippines

Bungan Bungan Spring
We first passed this section on the hike to Maanghit Cave. On the way back, we took the river trail (instead of the foot trail) until we came upon this section again. No, it's not really a spring. It's more like a river, but its water comes from a spring inside Maanghit Cave. After being muddy and dirty from inside the cave, it was time to take a refreshing dip! There were a few pools resembling a jacuzzi spot. The water was cold and clean.

Libertad, Antique
coming out of my jacuzzi hole

Ending Thoughts
Bungan Bungan Spring is a stand-alone destination for its refreshing water. But pair it after a grimmy exploration of Maanghit Cave, and you have a double header!

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tourist attractions in Libertad tourist attractions hotels in Libertad lodging
  • Eliab Lodging Place - usually full with long-term transients so call first - landline: 036.272.168 | mobile: 0939.318.7737
    across the street from the market along the highway
  • Barizo J Lodge - lodging by the port for passengers who don't want to be left by the boat | 0999.157.2851
    right by the port - 11°46'44.68"N, 121°53'30.05"E
government offices in Libertad government
  • tourism office Tourism Office - register here for the Maanghit Cave visit
    municipal hall

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(US$1 = PHP 49.87 as of Dec 12, 2016)

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Suggested itinerary on the WEST coast of Panay Island from Boracay going south

  1. Boracay - most popular beach in the Philippines
  2. Malay - Nabaoy River, Pangihan Cave, Nagata Falls, Agnaga Falls, Naasug Point, Malay Ecological Park, Motag Living Museum
  3. Nabas - wind tubines, Hurom-Hurom Cold Springs
  4. Pandan - Malumpati Spring
  5. Libertad - Maanghit Cave, Ati Cave and Bungan-Bungan Spring
  6. Sebaste - Igpasungaw Waterfall
  7. Culasi - Malalison Island
  8. Tibiao - hot kawa-bath, white water river rafting, Bugtong Bato Waterfall, rice terraces, Tibiao Bakery, pottery, fish spa
  9. Anini-y - Nogas Island, scuba diving

Suggested itinerary on the EAST coast of Panay Island from Boracay going south

  1. Boracay - most popular beach in the Philippines
  2. Malay - Nabaoy River, Pangihan Cave, Nagata Falls, Agnaga Falls, Naasug Point, Malay Ecological Park, Motag Living Museum
  3. Nabas - wind tubines, Hurom-Hurom Cold Springs
  4. Kalibo - Bakhawan Eco-Park, Tigayon Hill
  5. Tambak - oysters
  6. Capiz - Roxas City
  7. Carles | Estancia - Gigantes Island Boat Tour, Lighthouse of Gigantes Island and Bakwitan Cave of Gigantes Island
  8. Iloilo - Batchoy Indulgence

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