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4 of the Best Things You Can Do in Cavite to Pass the Time

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Imus CathedralBuying a property in Cavite is one of the best decisions you have made, especially in places like Lancaster New City, which is an excellent location primarily if you’re working in Manila. In fact, most Lancaster reviews from websites such as Cavite Properties will tell you why.

People typically review the south as a place where they can rest and even raise their family. Although most people see the south as a laid-back place, there are still a couple of things that you can do to spend your weekend.

So, here are a few ideas you can do while you’re in Cavite.

Taal Volcano

You can visit Tagaytay and take a view of the infamous Taal Volcano.  You can see its scenic landscape together with the lake. You can even either trek the volcano or visit the lake by boat.

Malibiclibic Falls

Malibiclibic Falls is one of Cavite’s hidden treasure. The only way to reach the falls is by trekking together with a barangay official. According to visitors, the pool is around 30 meters in depth, so it’s always best to enjoy the water with someone who knows how to swim.

It’s advisable to go to the Malibiclibic Falls during summer as it may be challenging to trek downhill, especially during the rainy season.

Imus Cathedral

Imus Cathedral is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines and is the seat of the bishop of the Diocese of Imus. The city usually celebrates their fiesta within the cathedral’s grounds during October and holds a traditional dance parade called the Karakol. You can visit the cathedral in Imus, Cavite.

Monument of the 13 Martyrs

The Monument of the 13 Martyrs is to honor the few brave “katipuneroswho bravely fought and suffered execution during the Spanish era. You can see the monument as you pass by the Governor’s Drive.

These are just a few things that you may want to visit when you go to Cavite. The south is the perfect place for people to live in, especially if they’re going to have access to both the urban and rural style of living.

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