The entrance of Cumaca Cave
In the eastern area of the northern range, Cumaca is a small, sparse village. The cave itself is made by a river that flows its length and the water gouged several small and massive caverns reaching deep into the mountainside.
Using headlamps and flashlights, wade into the river entering the first cavern where there are loud clicks, screams and squawks of hundreds of devil birds and oilbirds. Further into the cave, there are massive chambers of stalactites and stalagmites with bats flying and blind fish swimming about making it a magnificent adventure.