Cavite is known for its rich history and a large number of National Heroes. It is sometimes called "Land of the Brave" or the History Capital of the Philippines.
Those who live in Cavite are called Caviteños. Check Cavite blog for other information regarding the history, culture and latest issues regarding Cavite.
Cavite is part of Region IV-A, or (Calabarzon - Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Quezon Region) or the southern Tagalog Region. It is Bordered by Metro Manila in the North, Laguna in the east, Batangas in the south and by Soouth China Sea on the west.
Caviteños can be easily understood because majority of the population understand English as well as Tagalog. Spanish might somehow be understood as this was a home before to a Spanish creole language.
Common means of travel in the province are:
Bus - Along major highways Jeep - You'll find one in major roads Tricycle - Usually travels around the same municipality
It's a must for every Cavite visitor to visit Tagaytay City. While on your way to the city, you might wanna try the boiled sweet corn along Silang by-pass road. You won't miss the sweet corn being cooked on the large cookie bins which serves as hot pots.
Upon arrival to Tagaytay, be mesmerized by the view of the lake (and the volcano) while sipping hot chocolate in Starbucks Tagaytay.
Would you wanna do horseback riding? Simply drive along the Tagaytay Road and see Picnic Grove and enjoy the picnic park. Warning: Avoid visiting during holidays because the Park might be really crowded.