7. Bagumbungan Cave
Bagumbungan Cave is one of the best tourist spots in Marinduque, a 1.9-kilometer long cave but it’s not fully explored. The cave is one of the best spelunking destination in the province along with Bathala Cave System. It features amazing stalactites and stalagmites, small waterfalls and diverse underworld creatures. The exciting caving adventure may require physical fitness which visitors may climb, duck, squeeze and nearly crawl with some slippery and steep trails. Visitors may also notice owls, shrimps, crabs, eels and catfishes inside. There are 2 routes available, either finish up to the exit or finish halfway.
Bagumbungan Cave is situated in Barangay San Isidro, Santa Cruz, Marinduque.
8. Boac Cathedral
Baoc Catheral is an 18th century Roman Catholic Church and the oldest one in Marinduque. This church was built on 1792 with a Filipino-Hispanic Gothic Architectural Design where its well-preserved facade was made of rough terra cota and bell tower made of adobe stones. Our Lady of Immaculate Conception is the patron saint of the church and it’s town. It is a historical church where the Philippine Revolutionary Flag was blessed on 1899. Christian visitors will surely admire the grandeur of the church inside out and cast prayers.
Boac Cathedral is situated in Baoc, Marinduque.