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Abra Abualan Cave is more diverse than stereotypes would have you believe

Abra (Ilokano: Probinsia ti Abra; Tagalog: Lalawigan ng Abra) is a landlocked province of the Philippines in the Cordillera Administrative Region in Luzon. Its capital is Bangued, and is bordered by Ilocos Norte on the northwest, Apayao on the northeast, Kalinga on the mid-east, Mountain Province on the southeast, and Ilocos Sur on the southwest.

Abra for a long time had been a blank spot on the Philippine tourism map. It is often skipped due to news of killings and partly because of its location in North Luzon. It is sandwiched between two very popular tourist destinations - Ilocos in the west and the Cordilleras in the east. But now Abra is becoming one of the best tourist destinations with huge arrays to choose from, old churches, long bridges, mountain ranges, magnificent waterfalls, food and a lot more. 

The ABUALAN / GUANO CAVE is a major tourist attraction in San Juan, Abra. It is a cave bat and a refuge for the locals during the World War II.

You may think of this as an ordinary cave because of the narrow entrance. But beyond this, there are large chambers and columns inside. Numerous stalactite and stalagmite rock formations can be found. To date, the cave remains largely undeveloped. 

Want to come and visit GUANO CAVE? Well, just bring your family or friends with you. Stay relax, enjoy and have fun! 

Here are some pictures of The GUANO CAVE / ABUALAN CAVE:

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