The Filipino Cave Divers' logo is a line arrow marker with the Philippine flag's colors, sun and stars incorporated into the design. It signifies our commitment to advance our knowledge database of what DENR-PAWB Director Theresa Mundita S. Lim, PhD calls "these equally-important but less-noticed wetland ecosystems-the underground rivers and underwater caves of the Philippines". … Continue reading What’s up with the logo?
INTRODUCTION The Pawod Underwater Cave System (PUWCS) is one of Lapu-Lapu City's most precious natural resources. It is a dissolution cave formed over thousands, maybe millions of years. It is located in Barangay [bar-ang-gai] Agus [Ah-gus] along Mactan Island's circumferential highway. "Agus" is the local term for spring. The barangay is named after the springs … Continue reading THE PAWOD UNDERWATER CAVE SYSTEM
A base for cave diving exploration in Southern Philippines is Punta Bilar Dive Center, Surigao City. PBDC has technical and cave dive equipment and several well-built survey and exploration boats. It has supported the expeditions in Hinatuan Enchanted River, Lake Bababu and other notable underwater discoveries.