3rd Extreme Caving at the Langun-Gobingob Caves


3rd Extreme Caving
May 25 – 27, 2007 (Friday to Sunday)
3 days cave exploration / 2 nights inside the caves
Langun-Gobingob Caves
Calbiga, Samar

Join the 3RD EXTREME CAVING organized by the Trexplore Adventure Club featuring the country’s biggest cave, the Langun – Gobingob in Calbiga, Samar to be held on May 25-27, 2007 (Friday to Sunday). The goal is to promote the great potential of Samar caves in the eco-tourism industry and at the same time, boost awareness in a drive to conserve and protect its archaeological importance.

Maximum of 50 participants will be accepted nationwide on a first come, first served basis of discipline mountaineers, cavers, and environmentalist which will include young professionals, nature lovers, teachers and government employees.

Caving equipments to bring — caving helmets, suits or clothes, headlights, flashlights, candles, dry bags, buoyancy aid, sit harness, garbage bags extra batteries and bulbs, and camping equipments like tents, sleeping mat and sleeping bags, camping stoves and cook set, trekking shoes and trekking sandals, camera etc.

For reservations, please inform the Secretariat by mail or by telephone for your confirmation. You can also call or text at 0919 2943 865 (For Joni) or mail us at [email protected] or [email protected] You can also visit their office:

TREXPLORE THE ADVENTURE
Abesamis Store Allen Ave.
Catbalogan, Samar 6700
Tel: 055-2512301
Cel: 0919-2943865
Email: [email protected]
[email protected]

Registration fee is Php1,000 per head which includes welcome drinks, Lunch, Snacks, ID’s, Certificate, T-shirts, Transportation within Calbiga, Entrance fee, Mayor’s Permit, local guide and Trexplore cave explorer.

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  • http://dddaganzoyahoo.com Cris Daganzo

    Sojoton cave is another beautiful cave in Samar, where people young and old can safely move around and savor the beauty of nature. I hope our Government particularly Tourism Authority will put some resources and promotional campaign to boost tourism in the area.

    Thank you.