Information about Aglipay Caves
The 101-hectare area where the cave is located and developed is called the Aglipay Cave Campsite with a wide area perfect for walking, trekking and even camping. Aside from the cave, 27 bird species are also found in the area, that includes an endemic type of hornbill.
What to See
There will be no light as you enter the cave, and headlights will be essential to be able to see the pathway inside. Known for its 20 meter depth, the Aglipay Caves has it's open chambers where you can crawl your way into, and witness its rich geological formations.
Some rocks inside are formed as if naturally patterned from other attractions like the rice terraces. After exiting each chamber, you will have to trek along the forest pathways and experience nature, showcasing high rise trees.
More than it's meticulous route and pathways, the trekking experience and Aglipay Cave’s natural beauty is surely one for the books.