Sumaging Cave

Sagada, Mountain Province

Sumaging Cave, also called Sumaguing Cave, and Lumiang Cave are located in Sagada, in Mountain Province about 140 kms from Baguio City. At the entrance of Sumaguing cave you will be welcomed with some coffins and human remains that can be seen.

There are a lot of small passages that will lead you to the exit which is Lumiang Cave. This activity requires tourists to rappel, crawl, h ...

ike, climb and pass thru pools of water. Here you will be able to see the famous rock formations such as rice granary, giant cauliflower, and the Kings Curtain. Upon reaching the exit which is Lumiang Cave you will be able to see a lot of bats at the ceiling of the cave.

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    Watch out as will for the scary moment when JunJun's Shorts ripped!

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