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Top tourist spots in Cavite

Our list of the best tourist spots in Cavite, a province close to Metro Manila in the Philippines.

Gaining more and more popularity these recent years is the “Historical Capital of the Philippines”, the province of Cavite. For many tourists out there, the place offers an escape of reality which will surely bring you back to the exciting history of the Philippines through its dozens of leisure and heritage spots.

Cavite is the main cradle of the Philippine revolution leading to the country’s independence. Representing a picturesque hook-shaped peninsula, it offers lots of beautiful spots that you can visit on your next vacation.

7 Best Tourist Spots in Cavite, Philippines

Corregidor Island

Corregidor Island offers an in-depth insight into what transpired during World War II. It entails the unique role of the Philippines during the war of Japanese and American in the past. You can enjoy a show of light and sound at the fascinating Malinta Tunnel and then discover the amazing views of the islands of Manila Bay on the upper part of a Spanish Lighthouse.

This island is a must-visit tourist attraction in the Philippines.

Corregidor Island is one of the best tourist spots in Cavite
Corregidor Island

Aguinaldo Shrine

Signifying a lot about the development of the whole nation is the proud museum of Aguinaldo Shrine. Built in 1845, the great mansion has a unique architecture of nationalistic themes, masonic symbols, and art nouveau and art deco’s artistic style prevalent during the early 20th century.

Aguinaldo Shrine - one of the top tourist attractions in Cavite
Aguinaldo Shrine | Bigstock Photos

Balite Falls

The Balite Falls is the hidden gem in Cavite, where you can recharge yourself from the busy days of work. It is an ideal place for peaceful meditation and picnic getaways. You can take a long and relaxing dip in the catch basin of the magnificent downstream.

Mt. Pico de Loro

Known as the “Parrot’s Peak”, this mountain is a must-visit place for all the sporty mountaineers and trekkers out there. From the highest point of the peak, a magnificent view of the plains and the West Philippine Sea will leave you at awe. With a trail difficulty of about 4 over 10, climbing the peak will post a great challenge for beginners but once you’re there, a good feeling of triumph surges into you.

Mt. Marami

For the seasoned trekkers who are up for a great challenge, then Mt. Marami is the next gorgeous site, which you should visit on. Locally considered as the “Labyrinth of Trails”, it is composed mainly of numerous gigantic rocks. Upon reaching its top, it offers a spectacular 360° view of the whole province of Cavite.

Malibiclibic Falls

Malibiclibic Falls’ captivating rivers was once rewarded as the cleanest river of the whole region in 2004. Even with its slippery trail during rainy seasons, the ravishing waterfalls from a 100 meter-high cliff will leave you speechless.

Cabag Cave

It is a 50-meter long underground river which leads to a brook at the end, forming like a swimming pool. Lush greenery surrounds the cave which brings out the explorer spirit for you.

These are the top tourist spots in Cavite province that would leave your whole vacation enthralling. The province is packed completely with all the natural and historical spots you needed. Load your stuff now and visit this charming place.

8 Notable Cavite Tourist Spots

Paniman Beach
Ternate, Cavite

Pantihan (Balayungan) Falls
Aguinaldo – Maragondon Rd, Maragondon, Cavite

Patungan Beach Cove
Nasugbu – Ternate Hwy, Nasugbu, Cavite

Imus Cathedral
Imus, Cavite

Kawit Church
Tanggulan St, Kawit, Cavite

Cuenca Ancestral House
Bacoor, Cavite

Museo de La Salle
Dasmariñas, Cavite

Museo ng Paglilitis ni Andres Bonifacio
Col. C. Riel, Maragondon, Cavite

Festivals in Cavite

  • Tahong Festival in Bacoor, Cavite
  • Sapyaw Festival in Tanza, cavite
  • Pahimis Festival in Amadeo, Cavite
  • Sumilang Festival in Silang, Cavite
  • Valenciana Festival in General Trias, Cavite
  • Wagayway Festival in Imus, Cavite

Must-Try Food in Cavite

  • Bibingka Samala at Samala Kitchen Delights in Cavite City
  • Tamales at Robinson’s Special Tamales in Cavite City
  • Pansit Pusit at Asiong’s or Bernie’s Kitchenette in Cavite City
  • Imus Longganisa at Big Ben’s Kitchen in Imus City
  • Ginataang langka at Cavite Republic Restaurant in Trece Martires
  • Pipian or chicken kare-kare in Tanza, Cavite
  • Tinumis in Tanza, Cavite
  • Lihim ni Lola (ube-flavored kakanin) at Town’s Delight in Trece Martires, Cavite

Where to Stay in Cavite

Depending on where you plan to go in Cavite, the province has many hotels and hostels to accommodate every guest. Check out these hotels and hostels in Cavite or you may also consider staying at these Airbnb units in Cavite. Alternatively, you can check out our list of the best resorts in Cavite for your next holiday to this province.

How to Get to Cavite

The most common way of going to Cavite from Manila is by taking a bus. Alternatively, you can also take a ferry from Manila to Cavite which was launched in 2018. You can check the bus schedule to Cavite or the ferry schedule for your next trip to this province.


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