The Cavite that you see today has been the result of several important historic events in the past. In fact, the history of Cavite has a strong influence on the modern Philippines Islands. Consequently, a visit to Cavite lets you learn more about the country more than anywhere else. Adding to that there are lots of tourist spots in Cavite that would meet your longing for natural splendor. Well, here’s what you need to see and do:

  1. Tagaytay Ridge

from: Wikpedia

The Tagaytay Ridge is a highland area and translates to ‘Palace in the Sky’. It had been the resting house of former Filipino President, Ferdinand Marcos. Today, however, the rest house serves as a vantage point for seeing the Taal Volcano, the smallest but not the least beautiful volcanoes in the Philippines. Tagaytay Ridge also serves as a wedding spot for several couples, across the year.

  1. Taal Volcano

Located right in the middle of Cavite, the Taal Volcano is astonishing and one of the most beautiful places in the Philippines. Though the smallest of volcanoes in Philippines, it is complimented by a very picturesque landscape that even includes a lake. The Taal Lake, as it is called, can be visited on boats. You also have the option to trek to the crater of the volcano and check out the amazing looking Crater Lake.

  1. Imus Cathedral

from: Wikipedia

One of the most historic of churches in Philippines, the Imus Cathedral holds relics that go long back in time. Also known as the “Cathedral of Our Lady of the Pilar”, the Imus is a holy place and is visited by Catholics all round the year. If you can plan ahead, be a part of the fiesta that is organized every year on October 12th.

  1. Museo del La Salle

from: AnaViajera.Com

Another historic building, the Museo del La Salle is located inside the premises of the De La Salle University. Inside the museum, you will find traditional Filipino dresses, animal preserves, Saint wooden amulets, vintage players, handcrafted vessels, paintings and more. It’s a perfect example of the richness of Philippines of the past.

  1. Cabag Cave

from: Cabag Cave Facebook Page

For those who would love spelunking, the Cabag Cave is the perfect spot for it. There’s a waterfall that forms the mount of the cave and offers a pool that you have to wade across to enter the darkness. The lust green forests around add to the mystic charm of this destination.

  1. Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine

from: Wikipedia

The home of the first president of free Philippines, this is the place where the first Filipino flag was hoisted. This shrine thus marks the end of the revolution and the beginning of a country that has become one of the most sought after destinations in the world.

  1. Puzzle Mansion

from: GMANews

If you are traveling with your kids, the Puzzle Mansion would be a great visit. Inside, you will find the collection of the most sought after puzzles. You will also get a chance to meet Gina Lacuna, the Guinness Record Holder for the biggest collection of puzzles in the world.

There are lot many places to check around Cavite but these are sure the ones you cannot miss.



Speak Your Mind