Cacupangan Cave in Pangasinan

Cacupangan Cave Mabini Pangasinan entrance cavern system rock formation hiking Trail tagudin deguzman barlo san pedro rimstone binmatya basin swimming pool stalactite stone stalagmite picnic shed info Cacupangan Cave is located in the municipality of Mabini in Pangasinan Province. The Cacupangan Cave System is known for its multiple entrances, magnificent formations and diverse wildlife. The main entrance of the cave is situated on private land in Barangay Tagudin and extends to Barangays De Guzman, Barlo and San Pedro. The Cacupangan Cave System is well-known for its big rimstone formation which residents call the Binmatya (from the word “batya” meaning basin). The formation provides tourists with a swimming area. Near the cave entrance is another large formation that resembles an ice cream cone. Other formations include stalactites, stalagmites, flow stones and helictites – one of which, looks like a hand holding out peace sign. For visitors, there are picnic sheds for rent. Aside from spelunking and swimming, Continue reading