I've heard there is a riverside barrio called "RAWIS" that houses the still unexplored Rawis Cave, which according to the locals is even better than Sohoton.
After almost an hour of sailing, we reached the enchanting Sohoton Natural Park. The long trip went fairly smoothly.
SOHOTON CAVE ADVENTURE:
Our batch was the only one that brought video cameras. The cave has neither electrical lighting nor concrete pathways. We had to rely entirely to our cave tour guide.
As we explore the cave, we have to crawl twice in a single file through a narrow passage and there's a path that you have to squeeze yourself through sideways technique.
Manong Dong asked us, "Have you seen the biggest Artificial Organ?"
Highly puzzled and curious everyone chorused, "Not yet!"
Manong Dong with a cheeky grin on his face said, "You know what, you can't find this organ anywhere in the world. You can only see it here." Excited, I eagerly got my digital camera ready.
Then Manong Dong yelled, "Light pleeease!!!" His assistant holding with a 'gasera' lightened the dim area.
One, two, three... buwalaaah!
We saw the grandeur of THE BIGGEST MALE SEX ORGAN SHAPE attached to the ceiling.
Another interesting feature of the cave is the many shapes that look like the small projection of a mammary gland.
After nearly 30 minutes exploring the cave, we finished just in time for lunch - picnic potluck!
I love our Sohoton Adventure! Our tour guide was knowledgeable, informative and funny. Families and relatives had such a wonderful and exciting adventure.