Natural Attractions

 

NATURAL ATTRACTIONS DESCRIPTION
  
 Tagaytay Ridge
  Tagaytay City   Tagaytay City is known as the country's second summer capital next to Baguio. Its famous Tagaytay Ridge is actually part of the crater of an ancient volcano that collapsed years ago. Within this collapsed volcano are the Taal Lake and Taal Volcano - renowned as the smallest in the world. The Ridge offers a panoramic vista of this natural wonder, as well as picnic spots, accommodations and other recreational facilities.
  
 Cabag Cave
  Maragondon   The cave with an underground river that runs 50 meters inward is found amidst lush foliage at the foot of a steep slope. A brook forms a small pool at the mouth of the cave.
  
 Matala Cave
  Limbon, Indang   Good site for exploratory excursion.
  
Palsahingin Falls
  Kaytapos, Indang   A 50-ft tall gushing water into a dome-like river. Four chamber caves with stone formations are visible within the falls, three-meter stretch from the entrance.
  
 Mts. Palay Palay and Mataas Na Gulod National Park
  Ternate and Maragondon   The lone National Park declared under the National Integrated Protected Areas (NIPAS) Law is located in Ternate and Maragondon. The park covers three (3) peaks, namely Pico de Loro, Mt. Palay Palay and Mt. Mataas Na Gulod. The park is noted for its indigenous and rare species of flora and fauna.
  
 Pico de Loro
  Maragondon   Highest Peak in Cavite that has a shape of a sleeping beauty.
  
 Piitan Cave
  Daine, Indang   Good site for exploratory excursion and camping.
  
 Sitio Buhay Unclassified Forest
  San Agustin, Magallanes   This forest has natural features such as deep ravines, springs and various flora and fauna species.
  
 Balite Falls
  Amadeo   Two falls could actually be seen in the area, one of which flows naturally gushing strong clear water while the other one is outfitted with pipes and bamboo tubes to aid the flow of water with a deep part for adults and a shallow part for children.
  
 Malibiclibic Falls
  Lumipa, Aguinaldo   A valley borders Malibiclibic Falls, where boulders cut across the middle of the gushing river waters cascading from the falls. Other rivers flow nearer the falls large pond which could be viewed from atop one of the border hills of the valley. A large pool of water forms of the base of the falls while coconut trees, shrubs and other greenery flank both sides.
  
 Timbugan River
  Boundary of Lumipa and   Kaypaaba, Gen. Aguinaldo   With overflow bridge that serves as dike to impound water at the upstream of river sufficient for swimming.
  
 Flower, Vegetable and Coffee Farms
  Upland Cavite   Along the windy slopes of the Tagaytay Ridge are green house grown picture-pretty flowers and ornamental plants. The cool climate and rich soils of Alfonso, Amadeo and Silang like Tagaytay nurture many floral varieties such as chrysanthemums, carnations, gerberas, roses and anthuriums. Crisp greens plump tomatoes and other vegetables also grow in abundance in the uplands.
  

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