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Exploring Cavite

The main province at the southern end of the Philippines’ capital, Manila, is Cavite. With a rich heritage related to the struggle for Filipino independence, this region has plenty to offer military history and social studies buffs alike. It’s also blessed with some fantastic natural wonders, like the volcanic Taal Lake and the resort community around Tagaytay City.

Although it’s just 22 miles south of metropolitan Manila, Cavite province seems like a world apart. It’s a worthy destination unto itself, with a wide range of attractions, from offshore islands like Corregidor to eight world-class golf courses and the vast Macabag Cave in Maragondon. There are landmarks and memorials to the heroes who fought for Filipino independence against the Spanish and the Japanese, as well as a solid array of tourist amenities to make a visit here as comfortable and as entertaining as you like.


Accommodations in Cavite

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Cavite is the La Vista Luxury Shell Residences, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Pacific Coast Residences in Cavite as it has been reserved 5 times.

There are a number of luxury accommodation options in Cavite. Check out Crosswinds Resort Suites and Taal Vista Hotel.


Sightseeing in Cavite

- Tagaytay


One of the most popular tourist destinations in the greater Manila region is Tagaytay and its unique Taal Lake volcano. Taal Volcano is active, with a miniature cinder cone island in the middle of the volcanic caldera lake. The town of Tagaytay sits on the upper rim of the crater and provides panoramic views and plenty of amenities for travellers, like the Taal Vista Hotel and Crosswinds Resort Suites. There is a lot to do on the lake, from boat rides to the little island and horseback riding along the lakeshore.


- Picnic Grove


Picnic Grove is one of the most popular attractions in Cavite. This recreational area is the perfect spot for picnic lovers as they will find cottages and greenish, hilly surroundings. Visitors can also participate in a number of activities like horseback riding, riding cable cars and ziplining.


Transportation in Cavite

It’s a breeze to reach Cavite province from Manila by simply hopping on to the Manila-Cavite Expressway. From this major highway there are roads heading to all the corners of the region. Buses are another option to get to Cavite from other parts of the country, but a car really opens up the rich countryside in ways that public transportation simply can’t. To move around locally, the colourful jeepneys are the most convenient and the most accessible form of transport.