The Municipality of Pinamungajan is located on the western side of the island. It was established by the Spanish colonial government in 1815 and is mainly an agricultural town. The town is home to a number of natural and man-made attractions. Aside from the numerous caves in Barangay Lamac, the town is also home to the first wave pool on the island of Cebu.
The name of the cave is based on the Cebuano word “kamang,” which means to crawl. The name is fitting since you have to crawl on the ground before you can get into the cave itself. Crawling into the cave is worth it since you will be impressed with what you can find inside. The cave is located in Barangay Lamac, which is home to over a hundred caves. According to officials, Kamangon Cave is the biggest and most visited cave in the area. In fact, it is considered as one of the must-visit places if you find yourself in this part of the island.
You can get to the Kamangon Cave by getting on a bus headed for the town at the Cebu South Bus Terminal. You can get off at the Bunga Church and hop on a motorcycle for hire going to Barangay Lamac.
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