Lucot Caves

Different sets of stories have been circulating about the existence of these strange-looking holes just below the edge of a hill in Sitio Mataba. Aeta tribes people believe they are man-made, World War II era caves where the Japanese took refuge in.  Some elder settlers claim them to be naturally done with the help of diverted river water to its entrances. Man-made or not, the Lucot Caves provide for a jawdropping backdrop along the Lucot River where one can jump into a pool of cold, refreshing water.