There is one thing that comes to mind when people visit Cavite, and that is the cool breeze of Tagaytay Ridge. However, more than the overlooking view of the Taal lake, it is not known to many that the province of Cavite is also enriched with waterfalls, mountains, coves, and islands. Thankfully, we have a few friends over the internet who have bravely journeyed these hidden gems.
1. Mt. Pico De Loro
Situated in Maragondon, Mount Pico de Loro is the highest point in Cavite. The mountain is one of the ancient volcanic features of Bataan Arc. It is widely popular for its iconic rock peak, also called the “Parrot’s Beak”.
2. Mt. Marami
Another mountain in Maragondon is the Mount Marami. It was named “Marami” because of its many rocky pillars and terrains.
3. Mts. Palay Palay and Mataas Na Gulod National Park
Another one in Maragondon is the Palay-palay and Mataas na Gulod Natioal Park. It is a preserved national park and game refuge and bird sanctuary in Cavite, with 4,000 hectares of protected landscape under the National Integrated Protected Areas System.
4. Cabag Cave
Also called Lucsuhin Cave, this cave in Silang, Cavite crosses the Ylang-Ylang River It is the first large natural bridge reported in the country.
5. Malibiclibic Falls
Near the foot of Mt. Mataas na Gulod is the majestic Malibiclibic Falls. After a steep descent, tourists will stand in awe of this attraction where people can swim and appreciate nature. Just be careful because the base of the falls itself is deep.
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6. Balayungan Falls
Found in Brgy. Pantihan in Maragondon, the Balayungan’s canyon cuts make the scene more dramatic and spectacular. If you are adventurous, this one is for you. According to visitors, they were able to go canyoning down to the basin of the falls without dangers as the pool is deep.
7. Balite Falls
More than the coffee, Amadeo is also known for its pristine falls called Balite Falls. It houses cold spring waters that will definitely beat the summer heat.
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8. Corregidor Island
Known as the “Historical Capital of the Philippines”, Cavite has lots of century-old places to visit. One of these is the Corregidor Island where one can witness the Spanish ruins, canons, and forts.
9. Katungkulan Beach
The Katungkulan beach, also known as Boracay de Cavite, is a tourist attraction is inside a military camp. Located in Ternate, people here can unwind and relax while lying on the fine sands as white as Boracay.
10. Kaynipa Cove
Kaynipa Cove offers a breathtaking view of Ternate coasts. It could be considered a hidden beach since people rarely visit the place.
11. Patungan Cove
This cove in the Southern part of Maragondon is a fishing sanctuary. Largest of all the coves in Cavite, it is a serene paradise for people who want to escape the city.
12. Carabao Island
The Carabao Island plays a huge role in the history of the Philippines. Known as Fort Frank, the lone island is one of the American’s defensive islands situated at the mouth of Manila Bay.
There is no no need to travel elsewhere when there are so many places to call paradise here in the province of Cavite! Have you been to any of these places? Let us know your thoughts by sharing this post on Facebook or leaving a comment below!