Cavite Resorts

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KM 67, Tagaytay-Nasugbu National Highway, ., Alfonso, Cavite (Show Map)
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Overlooking the majestic view of Taal Lake along the Tagaytay Ridge . Surrounded by the endless beauty of nature and caressed with a soothing mountain breeze, the Splendido Hotel sets an unprecedented standard in luxury living.
4.1
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3500 Calamba Road, Sungay East, Tagaytay (Show Map)
Traveling becomes extra wonderful especially when your destination turns out to be exactly what you expected. Such is true for View Park Hotel Tagaytay, a chic and elegant lodging space which offers pocket-friendly accommodations at the country’s sum... (Show More)
4.5
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Buho-Talon Road, Barangay Buho Amadeo, Amadeo, Cavite (Show Map)
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For you, travelers who wish to travel comfortably on a budget, Hotel Georgina is the perfect place to stay that provides decent facilities as well as great services.

Hotel Georgina is about 85 minutes drive from Ninoy Aquino International Airport....
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4.3
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PHP 1,750
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Tagaytay Prime Residence Building Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Barangay San Jose, Tagaytay, Cavite (Show Map)
There is an entire world of comfort waiting for you at Destination Hotel Tagaytay. Because of its accessible location near the Tagaytay Rotonda, the hotel serves as a traveler’s gateway to a fun-filled vacation at everybody’s vacation spot in the sou... (Show More)
3.9
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Emilio Aguinaldo High-way, Kaybagal Osuth,, ... , Tagaytay, Cavite (Show Map)
When life in the metro gets too stressful, you can always seek respite at the Bali Village Hotel Resorts & Spa in Tagaytay.

This unique resort and spa designed in Balinese architecture is located right along the Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, just a co...
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4.0
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PHP 4,200
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Sta. Rosa Road, Brgy. Francisco, Tagaytay (Show Map)
The Cittavivere Suites is nestled along the Tagaytay Sta. Rosa road in Tagaytay City. This budget friendly hotel offers its guests with unparalleled sense of comfort and warmth away from the metro. This modest yet quality hotel has an in-house restau... (Show More)
3.2
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2.0
26 reviews
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PHP 620
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Aguinaldo Hwy Silang Crossing, Aguinaldo Highway, ... , Tagaytay, Cavite (Show Map)
Your staycations down south will be more enjoyable when you spend it at Days Hotel Tagaytay. You will get to appreciate the cold, windy weather and the outstanding scenery that the city has when you book a stay at this hotel. It has reasonable rates ... (Show More)
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258 reviews
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PHP 4,825
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407 Sungay Lane, Brgy. Sungay, West, Tagaytay (Show Map)
In Barangay Sungay West of Tagaytay is Famous Inn, a hotel that will make you feel like you are staying in a very comfortable home.

Famous Inn, accessible via public transport route, has a garden for a bit of nature within the hotel, a bar for som...
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29 reviews
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Lagusan Road, Tolentino East, Tagaytay City (Show Map)
Free yourself from all the hassles of metro living and take your family and friends to a fun road trip to Tagaytay City to de-stress.  The Q Hotel and Events Place is the perfect hotel to accommodate you on your retreat with its personalized services... (Show More)
3.8
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Pagligawan St. Pook 1, Barangay Pook 1, Silang, Cavite (Show Map)
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A multi-purpose events space within the lush 6-hectre development of The Hills at Silang. This 750 sq.meter space has the capacity to accommodate up to 500 guests. The structure is surrounded by beautiful gardens and gazebos that offer a lovely optio... (Show More)
4.3
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Km 58 Maharlika West, Aguinaldo Highway, Barangay General Emilio, Cavite City, Cavite (Show Map)
You will find yourself waking up one morning in a posh room, with the breathtaking view of the world’s smallest active volcano when you check in at Summit Ridge Hotel in Tagaytay. Beautifully situated atop the Tagaytay Ridge, this nine-story deluxe h... (Show More)
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Magallanes Drive, Barangay Silang Junction East, Tagaytay, Cavite (Show Map)
A cozy way to relax with amenities such as complimentary breakfast, Wi-Fi,32' LCD Television w/ cable, personal safe, mini ref, complimentary parking.
3.9
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301 Santa Rosa - Tagaytay Rd, Tolentino West, Tagaytay City (Show Map)
Who doesn't want to get away to an Italian-inspired accommodation? Villa Marinelli at Sta. Rosa road, San Jose in Tagaytay City offers just that.

The hotel doesn't just stop with having a hotel that's nice to look at. They also offer all the basic...
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Nurture Wellness Village Pulong Sagingan, Barangay Maitim II West Cavite, Tagaytay (Show Map)
Surround yourself with comfort and serenity with a stay at a hotel known for providing ultimate relaxation and exclusivity in the middle of Tagaytay City.  

Tagaytay City is only less than a two-hour drive from Metro Manila via SLEX. The city is a...
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4.3
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515 reviews
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Ground Floor Standford Suite South Boulevard, Barangay Inchican, Tagaytay, Cavite (Show Map)
Destination Hotel South Forbes is located within the 250 has master-planned satellite city of South Forbes. The 63 cozy hotel suites are located at the Ground and 3rd floor of Stanford Suites, South Forbes’ low-rise boutique condominium development t... (Show More)
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3.0
10 reviews
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PHP 3,131
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Barrio Sungay, Tagaytay City (Show Map)
Located along Tagaytay Calamba Road in Tagaytay City, One Tagaytay Place Hotel Suites is a modern yet cozy hotel that offers an amazing accommodation excellent for all types of travelers whether leisure or business alike. Guests may indulge in Tower ... (Show More)
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Santa Rosa Road, Barangay Francisco, Tagaytay (Show Map)
Escape the hustle and bustle of life in the metro, and find the time to relax and have fun with your loved ones. Perfect for a quick weekend getaway, Hotel Aroha in Tagaytay provides the venue for that much-needed and well-deserved rest and relaxatio... (Show More)
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9066 JP Rizal, Kaybagal South, Tagaytay City (Show Map)
The Juntion Tagaytay offers accommodation to any type of traveler. The hotel have 19 luxurious rooms good for business traveler, couples, families or big group of people inclusive of breakfast. Every rooms features TV, air-conditioner, water-heater  ... (Show More)
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Arnoldus Road, Barangay Maitim II East, Tagaytay City Proper (Show Map)
Take a breather from the fast-paced life in the city, and give yourself a chance to relax. Go for a quick getaway in Tagaytay and visit Emiramona Garden Hotel.

Situated along Aguilado Highway, Emiramona Garden Hotel is an hour and half away from M...
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CEPZ-By-pass Road, Bacao, General Trias, Cavite (Show Map)
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Located along the CEPZ-By-Pass Road in General Trias, Cavite, One Serenata Hotel is about 11km away from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, or about 5 to 10 minutes away from SM Rosario in Cavite. The hotel is accessible via regular public trans... (Show More)
3.2
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KM 58, Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City (Show Map)
A haven for those who seek privacy while vacationing in Tagaytay City, Joaquin's Bed & Breakfast is a retreat for weary souls looking for a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of Metro Manila.

Conveniently located along Aguinaldo Highway, this...
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PHP 4,383
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4th Floor FRC Mall, Talaba V. Zapote, Bacoor, Cavite (Show Map)
Known for its pocket-friendly prices and highly comfortable accommodations, Hotel Sogo Bacoor provides the perfect venue for a good night's sleep on your upcoming trip to Cavite.

Whether you are attending an event, a meeting in one of Bacoor's busin...
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163 Marseilla Street, Bagbag II, Rosario, ... , General Trias, Cavite (Show Map)
Whenever you think of a luxurious and family-friendly getaway trip down South, the first thing that pops in your head is spending a quick break at Tagaytay. Little did you know that at General Trias City in Cavite, there is a highly-regarded resort t... (Show More)
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Pulong Bunga, Brgy. Balite 1, Silang, Cavite (Show Map)
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Banio Kreek Farms is accessible via the Sta. Rosa exit from the South Luzon Express Way, or from Aguinaldo Highway. It is highly recommended that you bring your own cars or vans, as parking is offered for free. For those who will be bringing commerci... (Show More)
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E. Aguinaldo Hi-way, Olivarez Plaza, Brgy. San Jose, Tagaytay City (Show Map)
Tagaytay's rustic charm is best appreciated when you stay at an equally rustic accommodation that complements the splendid sights of this countryside destination. With its quaint ambiance, pleasant surroundings, and practical offerings, Tagaytay Coun... (Show More)
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Km.58, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Highway, Brgy. Maharlika East, Tagaytay (Show Map)
All good things are rolled up into one at The Lake Hotel Tagaytay. Checking into one of their well-appointed rooms allows you to have access to their comfortable accommodation, well-designed rooms, and the relaxing Tagaytay cityscape. Stayers in this... (Show More)
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48 Tagaytay-Calamba Rd., Brgy. Iruhin Central, Tagaytay, Cavite (Show Map)
Delight in the elegantly restored iconic rest house set to cater to sytlish and classy families and travelers who seek relaxation and comfort. Located at #48 Brgy. Iruhin Central, Tagaytay City ,the house boast a 3-decade-old brick and wood structure... (Show More)
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General Trias Drive, Brgy. Poblacion, Rosario, Cavite (Show Map)
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This hotel is within the region of SM City Southmall and St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Make yourself at home in one of the 30 air-conditioned rooms featuring LED televisions. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with show...
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2 Governor's Dr., ... , Carmona, Cavite (Show Map)
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Near Splash Island & Megaworld Southridge City.
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Las Brisas De Tagaytay, 222 C. Callejo Street, Crossing Mendez West, Tagaytay (Show Map)
Bienvenido! Dedicated to provide Exquisite First World Class Bed and Breakfast Hotel, Authentic Spanish Modern Cuisine, Queen Royal Spa, Bridal Car, Tour with Celebration Party Event Venue at Tagaytay City. Casa de Carlo delivers the Best of the Luxu... (Show More)
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The province of Cavite played a huge role during the Spanish colonization as major historical events took place there. The 1872 Cavite mutiny, including the execution of Gomburza, was believed to have sparked nationalism among Filipinos, leading to the Philippine Revolution. The declaration of the county's independence was held in Kawit, Cavite; the hometown of Emilio Aguinaldo. Now, Cavite is one of the most organized and cleanest provinces in the country, providing travelers with a good mix of historic, cultural, and natural wonders.

Every year, thousands of tourists flock to Tagaytay to enjoy the cool climate and the scenic view from its highlands. Overlooking the Taal Lake in Batangas, the city has numerous parks with forests of refreshing pine trees like People's Park in the Sky and Picnic Grove. Upscale hotels, inns, restaurants, coffee shops, and stores line almost all of the major roads in Tagaytay.  

Cavite is also known for being the birthplace of Emilio Aguinaldo, the First President of the Philippines. His home in the town of Kawit is where the independence of the Philippines from Spain was declared on June 12, 1898. The ancestral house is now known as the Aguinaldo Shrine. It has a museum where you can see artifacts from the revolutionary period and some of the former president's possessions. The balcony where Aguinaldo declared Philippine independence and waved the Philippine flag is still intact.

Corregidor Island is another historic destination in Cavite. It is known for being the last stronghold of the Filipino and American forces against the Japanese forces during World War II. Visitors can check out the old cannons and ruins on the island. There are also fun activities to do like hiking, sightseeing, and camping.  



By Land
Cavite is only about one to two hours away from Metro Manila, depending on which part of Cavite you'll be visiting and the traffic situation. Whether you are commuting or driving, Cavite is very accessible.

For commuters, some of the terminals for Cavite-bound buses can be found in Coastal Mall and Baclaran in Parañaque, Cubao in Quezon City, Lawton in Manila, and Pasay. Meanwhile, those who are driving to Cavite can take the Cavite Expressway or Cavitex for a quicker route to some towns and cities in Cavite like Cavite City, Ternate, Noveleta, and Tagaytay.


By Sea
Corregidor Island in Cavite can only be reached via cruise from Metro Manila. As of now, only Sun Cruises offers transportations via ferry and tours in Corregidor Island. Their terminal is located along Roxas Boulevard in Pasay City, near the Cultural Center of the Philippines. The ferry ride takes around an hour.


How to Get Around
By Jeep
Jeep is the most common mode of public transport around Cavite. Various jeeps usually frequent main highways and roads. It is also the most affordable way of getting around.

By Tricycle
There are also tricycles around Cavite that can take you to your desired destination. While the fare is a bit costlier, tricycles are also usually your only option to get to the more secluded and remote areas in Cavite.

What to See
Landmarks
When it comes to historical landmarks, Cavite certainly won't disappoint. The province played an important part in the history of the country, especially during the Spanish colonization period. Cavite is historic place where you'll discover several landmarks that serve as reminders of the country’s past.

Cavite's most famous historic landmark would have to be the Aguinaldo Shrine and Museum in Kawit, Cavite. This was where the momentous Declaration of Philippine Independence was publicly read in June 12, 1898. Several artifacts and memorabilia are on display in the ancestral home of Emilio Aguinaldo, the First President of the Philippines. Just within walking distance from the Aguinaldo Shrine is the Church of St. Mary Magdalene, a Spanish-era Roman Catholic church. Another landmark found in Kawit is the Battle of Balikayan Monument, which was erected to commemorate the Battle of Balikayan, considered as the first significant battle in the history of the Philippines.

Corregidor Island is also one of Cavite's most prized landmarks. With its proximity to the Manila Bay, it served as one of the main defense bases of Manila for potential enemy attacks and was instrumental against the invading Japanese forces in World War II.

Meanwhile, you'll also find Fort San Felipe in Cavite City where the Cavite Mutiny took place in 1872. While in this city, you should also visit the San Roque Church where the allegedly miraculous image of the Nuestra Señora dela Soledad De Porte Vega is housed. Another landmark you also should not miss is the Thirteen Martyrs Monument in Trece Martires City. It was built in honor of the 13 Filipinos  who helped in the movement against the Spaniards. They were all executed in Bagumbayan.

Natural Attractions
Cavite is home to various natural wonders that will definitely appeal to all nature lovers and explorers.
Its waterfalls are some of the most popular attractions in the province. To name a few, there is the Balite Falls in Amadeo, the Palsahingin Falls in Indang, and the Malibiclibic Falls in the town of Aguinaldo. You'll also find a natural spring water pool in Carmona, which is known as Ulong Tubig. For those who prefer to swim in salty waters, Katungkulan Beach Resort in Ternate is just one of the beaches you can visit in Cavite. It is also known to some as Boracay de Cavite.

For those who crave an adrenaline rush, a hike to Mt. Pico De Loro's summit is one of the favorite activities in Cavite. Also located in Ternate, the mountain is the highest peak in all of Cavite and is recommended for novice hikers. There are also caves like Cabag in Maragondon and Matala and Piitan Caves in Indang for those who want to include spelunking in their itinerary.

Man-Made Attractions
There are lots to see and do in Cavite, especially in Tagaytay City. Its cold climate is best enjoyed with a family picnic at the Picnic Grove, one of the city’s most popular parks. You can also swing by People's Park in the Sky for an amazing view of the highlands and the Taal Volcano. And if you are traveling with kids, bring them to Sky Ranch where they can enjoy the fun and thrilliing rides such as its famed Ferris wheel.

If you are fond of museums, Museo de La Salle at the De La Salle University- Dasmariñas houses several artifacts and memorabilia.

Events and Festivals
The Philippines celebrates Independence Day every June 12, but its grandest celebration takes place in Cavite. The Kalayaan Festival is held for two weeks (May 28 to June 12) and features colorful events like street dances, parades, different kinds of competitions, and a trade and food fair.

Apart from the province-wide Kalayaan Festival, each of the towns and cities also boast their own feasts. Cavite City celebrates the Regada Festival or Water Festival every June in honor of St. John the Baptist, while a gastronomic experience awaits all attendees of Bacoor's Tahong Festival every September.
 

Where to Eat
Fast Food Chains
There are numerous commercial areas in the cities and towns of Cavite, so you can expect to see a lot of fast food chains. You're bound to spot a Jollibee or McDonald's in the cities or town centers. The malls also feature food courts, giving you more choices when it comes to dining.

Restaurants
Tourists will also enjoy a gastronomic adventure apart from the relaxing retreat during their Cavite vacation. The province is home to several restaurants that offer different kinds of cuisines to cater to the different tastes of both locals and visitors. Whether you're craving for Filipino, European, American, or Asian dishes, you'll definitely a restaurant that serves your favorite dishes.

In Tagaytay alone, there are several restaurants that serve a wide array of dishes to please the palate of customers. Some of the restaurants along the highway offer delicious bulalo, one of the most popular dishes in Tagaytay. And since part of Cavite is near the coast, its seafood dishes are some of the best ones you'll have since they are guaranteed fresh. There are lots of seafood restaurants or dampa where you can feast on shrimps, shellfish, crabs, and different kinds of fish.

In Noveleta, Malen's Restaurant is famous for offering savory local dishes, including the province's local delicacies such as tamales, Imus longganisa, and tinapang salinas. Meanwhile, Sonya's Garden Restaurant in Alfonso remains one of the most well-loved restaurants in Cavite with the mouthwatering food it offers and complemented by its relaxing garden. For dessert, head to Bacoor for a taste of Digman's famous halo-halo.

Carinderia and Street Food
Eateries are the perfect dining option for those who are traveling on a shoestring budget. Enjoy savory dishes without burning a whole in your wallet. You can also enjoy street food for snacks like fishballs and squidballs.

 
Where to Shop
Malls
There are several malls in some of the cities and towns of the Cavite province where both locals and tourists can enjoy dining, shopping, and browsing for entertainment options. For instance, SM Supermalls has four shopping centers in Cavite: SM City Bacoor, SM City Dasmariñas, SM City Molino, SM City Rosario, and SM City Trece Martires. Meanwhile, Robinsons Malls has three malls: Robinsons Place Imus, Robinsons Place Dasmariñas, and Robinsons Place General Trias.

Markets and Street Vendors
Each of Cavite's towns and cities has their own public markets. Not only can you buy the freshest ingredients but also some merchandise like clothing and housewares, which are usually at cheaper prices as compared to malls. You'll also find some street vendors and stalls that offer pocket-friendly food products and even souvenirs.

What to Buy
Make sure to swing by the markets and buy a pack of Imus longganisa and tinapang salinas, some of the delicacies in the province. And if you happen to be in Tagaytay, swing by Amira's Buco Tart Haus and bring home a box or two of their delectable buco tarts.

ATMs and Money Changers
Banks, ATM machines, and money changers are available in town centers and malls throughout Cavite so you need not worry about running out of on-hand cash. If you’re heading to the remote areas like the beaches and waterfalls, it’s better to withdraw first from the city centers.  

Fare: PHP 60.00++
Bus fares from Metro Manila to Cavite are usually cheap and cost less than PHP 100.00. When getting around the province via jeepney, the minimum fare is PHP 7.00.

 
Food: PHP 50.00 to PHP 500.00
A large chunk of your budget will go to food, so make sure that you stay well within your budget range. You can already grab a quick snack from the eateries for PHP 50.00. A nice restaurant should charge around PHP 150.00 to PHP 300.00 per dish. A budget of PHP 500.00 should be good enough for two to three people.


Shopping: PHP 50.00++
Outside of malls, there are many cheap shopping places in Cavite such as street stalls and markets.


Accommodation: PHP 800.00 to PHP 3,000.00
Depending on your budget, you can choose among affordable inns, mid-range hotels, and five-star hotels and resorts in Cavite for your accommodation.

 
Activities: PHP 100.00++
There are some attractions that charge entrance fees like Katungkulan Beach Resort (PHP 100.00) and Balite Falls (PHP 75.00). Make sure to do online research or call some of the tourist spots first to inquire about their entrance fees.

Day 1
8:00 AM Arrive in Kawit. Head to the St. Mary Magdalene Church and offer a prayer of thanks and for guidance and safety for your trip around Cavite.
9:00 AM Arrive at Aguinaldo Shrine and Museum. Walk around and marvel at all the artifacts and galleries.
9:45 AM Visit the Binakayan Monument.
10:00 AM Visit the General Candido Tirona Monument.
10:45 AM Arrive at Cavite City. Head to the Belfry of Recoletos Church and take several photos to add to your photo journal.
 
11:00 AM Arrive at Fort San Felipe and immerse yourself in the history behind this landmark.
11:30 PM Head to San Roque Church to visit the Shrine of Nuestra Señora dela Soledad de Porta Vaga.
12:00 PM Dine at any of the carinderias in Cavite City. You can also try the international dishes at Cafe Antix Restaurant and their great coffee.
1:30 PM Arrive in General Trias and visit the Andres Bonifacio House.
2:30 PM Arrive in Dasmariñas and visit the Dasmariñas Catholic Church.
2:45 PM Check out the artifacts and memorabilia displayed at Museo De La Salle.
3:15 PM Arrive in Tagaytay. Check in at any of the bed-and-breakfasts or hotels there.
3:30 PM Head to Sky Ranch Tagaytay and enjoy the various rides and attractions.
7:00 PM Savor a steaming bulalo at any of the restaurants or roadside eateries. Some of the most recommended include Josephine's and Leslie's.
9:00 PM Explore the nightlife options in Tagaytay. Sip a few cocktails at bars like Tanthoms Restaurant & Sports Bar, or try your luck at Casino Filipino Tagaytay.
 

Day 2
8:00 AM Visit The Puzzle Mansion in Tagaytay to see the collection of thousands of puzzle pieces there.
9:30 AM Say a quick prayer at the chapel of the Pink Sisters Convent. Write your wish on a piece of paper so the sisters can pray over it.
10:30 AM Visit Tierra de Maria and marvel at the 50-foot image of the Our Lady of Manaoag.
11:20 AM Feast your eyes on an amazing view of the highlands and the Taal Volcano from People's Park in the Sky.
12:00 PM Enjoy a hearty home-cooked lunch at the cottages of Tagaytay Picnic Grove. After your meal, rest for a bit and enjoy other activities here such as zip-lining and horseback riding.
1:30 PM Swing by Almira's Buco Tart Haus and bring home boxes of these goodies for your family and friends.
2:00 PM Check out from your accommodation and prepare for departure to Manila.


Local Weather
Cavite and the rest of the country general have two seasons: the dry season during December until May, and the wet season from June to September. The weather is generally good all year round, but it's best to be prepared in case of sudden weather changes. Bring an umbrella at all times in case of rains or to protect yourself from the scorching rays of the sun. If you’re heading to Tagaytay, bring a jacket since it can be very cold especially at night.

 
Health
There are a good number of private and government hospitals all over Cavite in case of emergencies during your trip. There are also drug stores around where you can purchase medicines in case of common sicknesses like colds, fever, and stomach aches.

 
Tipping Practice
Unlike other countries, the Philippines does not have a specific practice for leaving tips in restaurants. Some diners leave loose change, while others leave small bills like a 20-peso bill or a 50-peso bill. Some restaurants also already include a service charge in their bill so there's no need to tip your servers in that case.

 
Transportation
Jeepneys remain the most popular mode of transportation in Cavite and in most destinations around the country. They are efficient if you want to reach town centers and tourist spots that are just along the main roads. Meanwhile, tricycles are your best bet if you want to travel to a hard-to-reach destination.

 
Safety and Security
Practice constant vigilance in any of your travels. While Cavite may be a generally safe destination, it's still best to survey your surroundings and store your valuables in a safe place.