Monday, April 01, 2013

Cavite and its top ranked Tourism

History, Nature and Adventure – these are the three things that sum up the historical capital of the Philippines’ tourism. Cavite indeed is the home of important milestones of the country’s rich history from being the birthplace of national independence to its rich bouquets of cultural festivities and remarkable contribution to revolution during the Spanish era. Its name is derived from “kalawit” which means “hook” in relation to the peninsula hooking the Manila Bay. The province is indeed the closest to the NCR (National Capital Region) in the South making it the most accessible tourism spot to those who want to unwind in just a nick of time without hassle of traveling several hours. With its preserved forests and wildlife, surely everybody will enjoy nature while having break from the busy and stressful workplaces for a while.

According to NSO (National Statistics Office), Cavite ranked second place after NCR (National Capital Region) in terms of domestic visitors. With all its scenic nature and historical sites, no wonder why 7 million tourists visited the province last year in only just a six month period time.

Posted here are pictures of Cavite's rich and breathtaking wonders, reasons why you should visit and experience the province. -faf

Disclaimer: I do not own these pictures but you can click them to visit the site of where I got them from. Also, I included credits of their own respective web addresses for you to visit if you want to read more stuff and information about the province's rich and marvelous tourism.


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Aguinaldo Shrine (Kawit, Cavite)

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Bonifacio Trial and Execution Shine (Maragondon, Cavite)

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Battle of Zapote Bridge (Bacoor, Cavite)

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Battle of Alapan Monument (Imus, Cavite)


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Tagaytay Ridge

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Taal Lake and Volcano


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Mt. Pico de Loro

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Malibiclibic Falls (Ternate)

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Balite Falls (Amadeo)

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Mt. Palay Palay (Ternate)


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Island Cove Resort (Kawit)

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Puerto Azul Beach Resort (Ternate)

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  1. Wow! Cavite has really a lot to offer. It should be more active in terms of promoting tourism this year. :)

  2. Cavite is one of the best places to visit, although it was bit urbanized and populated, there are many historical sites and natural attractions to visit

  3. It's good to know that there are summer getaway destinations that are only a few miles away from Manila. Hooray for Cavite!♥