Malangaan Cave

Tukod, San Rafael, Bulacan

Malangaan Cave
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If you need a nearby and quick spelunking adventure some time in your spontaneous weekend getaway, then think of Malangaan Cave as one of your candidates.

It offers two types of caves: a conventional and an open cave. The open cave appears to be canyon-like with several hidden chambers on the sides. Just don't add up on the existing vandals on the chamber walls. Local kids will be your guides.

To get there, ride any Baliuag-bound bus then ride a jeepney to Pulo. From Pulo, hire a tricycle to Malangaan Cave (P100 per head for a group of 4-5, roundtrip). Get the contact info of your driver, because return trip would be scarce. There's a series of unofficial "toll gates" enforced by different land owners for vehicles to get through (we counted three). Good thing our driver outwitted them. Hopefully, the local government will regulate these "entrance fees" in the near future.

Bring headlamp when exploring the conventional cave and remember to take care of your head. Wear sandals, sometimes the canyon-like part of the open cave is partly-filled with water. There's also a spring pool if you'd want to take a dip.

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