This Cave in Municipality of Mabini, Province of Pangasinan. During our staycation in Pangasinan its an opportunity to me to explore within the area and this cave were my boss is locally living in Mabini, Pangasinan. Every month she always visit her mother to spend time with their family. Since it’s a regular holiday in the Philippines that time I’m deciding to go with them.
Cacupangan Cave is one of the most tourist spot in Mabini, Pangasinan. If you want to plan to visit Cacupangan cave you must have friends from there or any contacts from the local to guide and help you, because the place is not necessary to find its difficult you have to do a lot of things not just by riding a car but also you have to walk until you get there.
Named after the Cupang tree that filled the Mabini landscape in the 80s, the Cacupangan Cave System is a four kilometer stretch filled with breathtaking stalactite and stalagmite formations, delicately carved out by nature over centuries. Getting to the cave entrance means having to walk through a rough road with slightly threatening sharp rocks and slippery mud trails, but once inside the cave, the path strangely becomes less scary as the rocks underfoot become smoother and relatively more stable. They must also be prepared to get wet, as the water level inside the cave passage can sometimes be as deep as waist-level, depending on the season. To know more about this please visit their website: https://explora.ph/attraction/370/cacupangan-cave-system-in-mabini