One great location to visit and reflect this Lenten season is Inday Nelly’s Mystical Cave in Antipolo City, Rizal. This 8-level deep cave attracts both tourists and devotees because of the holy figures and biblical images naturally formed or carved to its walls. This also draws the interests of researchers because of its stalagmites and stalactites formations.
It was Palm Sunday when I visited the cave alone. From Antipolo City, I rode a tricycle to the site. Special trip costs Php120.00 but since I travelled along with 3 passengers who were dropped along the way, I only pay PhP60.00. The caretaker asked for a 40-peso entrance which includes a tour guide inside the cave. Since I was alone, I had to wait for some visitors to be with.
While waiting, I trekked further to see Antipolo’s version of Mt. Calvary which is located on the hilltop of the Mystical cave.[one_half] [/one_half] [one_half_last] [/one_half_last]
Inside the Mystical Cave are interesting features inert to it. Below are the random images shot inside the cave.