Cavite Travel Guide and Itinerary

Cavite Travel Guide and Itinerary –  Cavite is known for its rich history and a large number of national heroes, including the first president Emilio Aguinaldo (though some historians dispute this claim). The province is one of the eight provinces that led the Philippine Revolution, and is a site of many important events during the rebellion. It is sometimes called “Land of the Brave” or the History Capital of the Philippines. Those who live in Cavite are called Caviteños.

Cavite is bordered by Metro Manila in the north, Laguna in the east, Batangas in the south and by South China Sea (or West Philippine Sea, at the wake of the Spratly Islands dispute) on the west. Being just south of Metro Manila, Cavite is seeing a rise in suburban development since the 1970s and 1980s, especially residential subdivisions and industrial parks. Bacoor, Imus and Dasmariñas is the three principal cities not far from the boundary with Metro Manila, have became bustling extensions of the vast metropolis in the north, and are bedroom communities for daily commuters who leave to work or study in Metro Manila.

Cavite, officially the Province of Cavite (Tagalog: Lalawigan ng Kabite; Chabacano: Provincia de Cavite), is a province in the Philippines located in the Calabarzon region in Luzon. Located on the southern shores of Manila Bay and southwest of Manila, it is one of the most industrialized and fastest-growing provinces in the Philippines. As of 2020, it has a population of 4,344,829, making it the most populated province in the country if the independent cities of Cebu are excluded from Cebu’s population figure.

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1. Pantihan Balayungan Falls – Cavite, Philippines:
A different type of waterfall with the water elegantly trickling down the face of a cliff wall. You can find here some nipa huts at the top of the falls to relax and have a picnic while enjoying a relaxing lunch. You can see this as the second waterfall worth visiting, the Pantihan (Balayungan) Falls located in Maragondon, less than 10 kms from Malibiclibic Falls.

You can also trail going to Pantihan falls as a combination of either running or biking and a bit of a hike going to the falls. The stairs is made of bamboo sticks so a little caution is advised. The place also offers floating restaurants/cottages accessible to visitors. The rock formation will really amaze plus the well maintained environment. Never get bored and be challenged, begin jumping from the top of the falls is a great idea to enjoy the tour.

2. Balite Falls – Cavite, Philippines:
Come and be enchanted with Balite Falls’ clear waters and 10-ft high waterfalls in Amadeo, Cavite. One of the reasons this nature destination has an innate charm is that it is only discovered recently and maintained properly. Balite Falls is a privately owned resort. A 929-meter road from Crisanto Delos Reyes Avenue is the only access to this falls and is accessible to any type of vehicle.

The resort is not a top notch class resort yet is one of the nearest waterfall spot for the people of Cavite and those coming from Manila. From Manila, it is only about an hour and a half drive along the Cavite Expressway (Cavitex). The place is recommended to be a good place for picnic  and the option to be  a place  to stay for overnight. A rope line has been placed by the management because the falls is already 18-feet deep so that people will be warn no to go beyond that rope.

Cavite Travel Guide and Itinerary

Cavite Travel Guide and Itinerary

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