People flock to Sumaguing cave as is it more accessible and not that difficult. I challenge you to try Lumiang.
You NEED a guide to enter this cave. And I believe that not every guide is certified to take people inside. But I may be wrong. Still, do not try to enter this without someone who knows how to navigate the cave safely.
There were parts of this cave where you have to hoist yourself up a small hole using only a rope. I was moving through terrain where if I fall on either side, I was dead. Then about a little over halfway is a very big natural hall. Its sad that people vandalize the sides of the cave.
The other end of Lumiang is Sumaguing. You get to see what those who only go to Sumaguing see and more.
I suggest you wear clothes that dry easy (like Nike Dri-fits), shoes that grip (please avoid wearing slippers), and avoid bringing too much stuff. You will be needing both your hands on some parts.
If you are not ready for Lumiang, you can just visit the mouth of the cave and see the coffins of the local ancestry.
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