Capisaan Cave in Nueva Vizcaya Philippines Tourist Destination (Lalawigan ng Nueva Vizcaya) is a province of the Philippines located in Cagayan Valley region in Luzon.
Nueva Vizcaya is bordered by Benguet to the west, Ifugao to the north, Isabela to the northeast, Quirino to the east, Aurora to the southeast, Nueva Ecija to the south, and Pangasinan to the southwest.
Capisaan Cave also known as the Lion-Alayan Cave is located in Barangays Capisaan and Alayan in Kasibu, Nueva Vizcaya. It is the fifth longest cave system in the Philippines, this cave has a length of 4.2 kilometers from the Lion Entrance (image of a lion)to Capisaan Cave, you can find rare kinds of calcite formations, chambers and tunnels that have unique stalagmites, stalactites, rock formations, and other speleothems. Capisaan Cave or Lion-Alayan Cave have two main entry and exit points, from end to end, are the Lion and Alayan Caves.
How to Get Capisaan Cave in Nueva Vizcaya Philippines Tourist Destination
From Bambang ride a jeepneys via Capisaan. travel time is at least 2.5 hours and fare is P100 per person. Alternatively, there are also jeepneys from Solano with last departure at around 2PM.
After arrived in Bayombong or Solano, Visit the Tourism Office for briefing. Proceed to the Malabing Valley Terminal, Solano and take the jeepney via Kasibu. Before entering the Caves, log in the visitor’s logbook. After the adventure, stay overnight at the Homestay.
Where to Stay in Capisaan Cave in Nueva Vizcaya Philippines Tourist Destination
Accommodation in Kasibu is only homestay, The Capisaan Caves Office will help you arrange your accommodation when you get there as the homestays are on rotational basis to give equal opportunity to participating households.