About Cavite

Located just 21 kilometers south of the country’s capital, Cavite is one of the most industrialized and fastest growing provinces here in the Philippines. With a population of 3,678,301 in 2015, this province is truly bustling with life, culture, and history.

Rich in History

Aguinaldo Shrine & Museum image courtesy of http://nhcp.gov.ph

Cavite is known as the Historical Capital of the Philippines as it has lots of significant places that are part of the country’s history. Here are some of them:

Aguinaldo Shrine

Aguinaldo Shrine is where Emilio Aguinaldo, first President of the Philippines, had lived. This is also where the Philippine Declaration of Independence from Spain was conducted on June 12, 1898.

Corregidor Island

Corregidor Island was the last line of defense during World War II, and so the island is full of Spanish ruins, canons, and forts.

Battle of Binakayan Monument

This monument depicts the fierce three-day battle between Filipino and Spanish soldiers that took place on the 9th of November 1896.

Places to See

Taal Volcano Crater image courtesy of http://www.taalvolcano.org

This province is also filled with a lot scenic places that attracts, not only locals, but tourists as well. Here are some attractions you can find in Cavite:

Taal Volcano

Though regarded as the world’s smallest volcano, Taal volcano is also the second most active volcano in the Philippines with 33 recorded eruptions. The volcano is also famous for being a volcano within a lake within a volcano within a lake.

Sky Ranch Tagaytay

Sky Ranch is a leisure and amusement park that houses the tallest Ferris wheel in the country—the Sky Eye—which stands at 63 meters (207 feet) and has 32 gondolas.

Pico de Loro

Mount Pico de Loro happens to be the highest point in Cavite. The mountain is famous for its iconic monolith’s peak, known as the the “Parrot’s Beak”.

Food to Try

Kare-kare image courtesy of https://panlasangpinoy.com

Aside from good places, Cavite also has some great food to offer. Here are some of the must-try dishes:


This traditional dish is widely known for its savory or spicy peanut sauce. It also has oxtail and vegetables as its ingredients.

Kesong Puti

Kesong Puti is a type of raw cheese made purely from carabao’s milk, which makes it a bit creamier that the usual cheese flavor.


This special delicacy, which can only be found in Cavite City, is mashed mungo beans that are baked inside of dough, served with a rich sauce made with coconut cream, jackfruit, and tapioca.

Celebrate Events

Patio Buendia Amenity image courtesy of http://patiobuendia.com/

And of course, Cavite also makes a wonderful event hotspot as it has a lot of hotels and resorts, plus a number of affordable catering services like Stellaire. Here are some spots that are ideal event venues:

The Bayleaf

This upscale business hotel is the first of its kind in the area, boasting an all-day cafe, entertainment center, ballroom, four meeting rooms, an exclusive lounge, and a boardroom.

Paradiso Terrestre

Paradiso Terrestre has diverse experience in accommodating to various events, be it social, corporate, or government functions.

Patio Buendia

This farm resort and events place is a 1.5-acre features a swimming pool with submersible interchanging led light, highly styled cottages and cabanas, and a landscaped garden of dragon fruits.

With sights to see, food to try, and places to discover, you will not run out of things to do in this province! And whether you are only here for an event, a week-long vacation, or permanently relocating, Cavite will surely give you a remarkable experience!