Lowo Cave located in Watuagung village, Watulimo, Trenggalek regency. This cave is located 30 kilometers southeast of the city.
Lowo cave is the longest cave in the Southeast Asia region. The length of this cave is around 2 kilometers.
The wide of this cave is 50 meters and the height is around 20 to 50 meters.
However, visitors can only access 850 meters from the cave’s mouth. The rest is still inaccessible because there is a river inside the cave.
Lowo cave founded in 1931 by a local named Lomedjo. When this cave first founded, this cave was covered by bushes and located in the middle of the jungle.
Even though this cave was discovered in 1931, Trenggalek government made this cave as a tourism object in 1984.
When this cave first opened in 1984, visitors had to walk through an underground river to visit this cave.
Fortunately, in 1999 Trenggalek government built a bridge to facilitate the visitors.
The scenery inside this cave is also exquisite with a huge stalactite and stalagmite inside the cave.
If you are afraid of the dark, you don’t have to be perplexed because there is already electricity inside this cave.
The facility in this tourism area is also complete. You will find toilets, musholla, souvenir shops, a playground for children, a performance stage, and a parking area. Because of that, many visitors come to this tourism site.