The province of Cavite is situated on Luzon Island in the Philippines. Trimmed by the southern shores of Manila Bay, Cavite was the seat of the Philippine Revolution and is known as the Historical Capital of the Philippines. The former capital of Cavite City served as the staging ground for trade in the late 16th century, and since then, the province has continued to grow.
Cavite serves as an excellent destination for those wanting to get to know the country’s history and culture. There are a number of sites related to the Philippine’s declaration of independence and the battles fought to achieve it. These include Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine, For San Felipe, and a number of monuments. The area’s maritime history can be explored with a visit to the Old Spanish Slipway and Sangley Point
. The natural attractions of Cavite are also noteworthy and include the likes of Tagaytay Ridge found in the country’s second summer capital of Tagaytay. Cabag Cave and its underground river, Palsahingin Falls, and Sitio Buhay Unclassified Forest are all other natural splendors to be enjoyed. There are a number of festivals throughout the year with the month of June offering the two-week long Kalayaan Festival that includes street dancing, float parade, and a trade fair.
From Cavite City to Tagaytay
, accommodation is plentiful. Find the most suitable accommodation for you by clicking on our interactive map and exploring Cavite for hotels and must-see destinations.