Choy Lando visits Bulwang Cave in Neg. Or.

Choy Lando visits Bulwang Cave in Neg. Or.

Stalactites and stalagmites decorate the intricate details of the cave. (Choy Lando Photography)

Choy Lando inside the Bulwang Crystal cave in Mabinay, Negros Oriental. (Choy Lando Photography)

SOLID BOND. The friends of Choy Lando enjoying the sight. (Choy Lando Photography)

The natural wonder inside the Bulwang Crystal cave. (Choy Lando Photography)

Choy Lando, a photographer who popularized the Hermit Mountain in Barangay Bi-ao, Binalbagan, has another beautiful tourist spot that he went to recently: the Bulwang Crystal cave in Mabinay, Negros Oriental.

It was a majestic site to visit where the wonders of nature are hidden within the land formation.

Choy Land shared his beautiful photographs of the scenery inside the cave and one will be on awe to see it.

“The Bulwang Caves of Mabinay are easy to explore for everyone who loves to commune with nature,” he said.

He added that there are so many beautiful caves on the other side of Negros province and they are a must-see destination.

For those unfamiliar with the term, “bulwang” means “big hole” and is also the name of the barangay where the caves are located.

He shared that his group visited the place last Sunday and they were grateful for the experience.

As a photographer, it excites Choy’s senses since a beautiful scenery is like a happy pill which allow him and fellow photographers to shoot different angles of any site that captivates them.

“Actually, there are so many caves in Mabinay and they’re the reason why it was named as the cave capital of the Philippines,” he added.

Moreover, the Bulwang Crystal Cave, in spite of its close competitors, is considered as the most beautiful cave in Mabinay, Negros Oriental.

Needless to say, Choy Lando is fond of clicking his camera when a beautiful scenery is in sight. He is also fond of discovering beautiful places so that other people who like to travel will appreciate the beauty of nature.

His recent photos of the Hermit Mountain drew thousands of Negrenses to come to the place as Choy Lando took an aerial video of the place. In fact, it has a semblance of the Great Wall of China but the place is actually found in Binalbagan.

He thanked those who appreciated his effort of going from one place to another just to provide his fellow Negrenses beautiful places that they can visit and enjoy with family and friends.

Due to his effort in making the Hermit Mountain a popular place now, the humble photographer was recognized for paving the way in nature photography.*