7. Cadig Cave
Cadig Cave is one of the promoted tourist spots in Camarines Norte. The cave rests in a deep forest at the foot of a mountain composed of several dark compartments with stalactite and stalagmite formations. The trek to the cave takes around 2 hours from the jump-off point passing through agricultural lands and forests where visitors can enjoy the scenery of the rolling mountains, valleys and lush vegetation. The streams with natural pools can also be passed and visitors can relax for a while. A guide and caving equipment are recommended before exploring the cave.
📍 Cadig Cave is located in Labo, Camarines Norte.
8. Saint John the Baptist Church
Saint John the Baptist Church, also known as Parroquia de San Juan Bautista, is one of the historical churches in Camarines Norte. It is a 400-year old Roman Catholic church and one of the oldest churches in the county. The Baroque church built by Franciscan friars on 1611 with a traditional and plain facade and square bell tower. Unfortunately, a fire incident on 2012 destroyed most of the structure. It was rebuilt a year after with tiles flooring, wooden doors and benches, handcrafted window designs, paintings and ceiling murals.
📍 Saint John the Baptist Church is located in Daet, Camarines Norte.