The Mungoma Caves in Vihiga County are a sight to behold. Tucked in the remote village of Mungoma, the caves are made up of several enormous boulders lumped together, leaving hollow winding openings inside. The caves are revered in the larger Vihiga for their tremendous cultural significance. The site offers a sneak peek into the history of the Maragoli, a sub-tribe of the Luhya people. The rocks serve as an enduring link between the people and their past. Two Maragoli traditional huts have been erected at the foot of the rocks to symbolize that the founders of the Maragoli nation once inhabited the place.