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Motorbike Ride Guide: From the Cold Winds of Tagaytay to the Blue Beaches of Batangas

Coming from anywhere near the south of Manila, a motorbike will surely get you ready to start a trip to the greatest scenes of Cavite and Batangas. You’ll pass by the cold breeze of Tagaytay all the way to dipping in the beaches of Nasugbu or Calatagan, Batangas. motorbike

Here’s are some of the places you should definitely drop by!

Pink Sisters Convent

Tagaytay is a place where you can find different retreat centers and monasteries. The most popular of which is the Pink Sisters Convent run and managed by the Sister-Servants of the Holy Spirit of Perpetual Adoration.

Pink Sisters
Photo Credit to: vigattintourism.com

MASS SCHEDULE
Daily: Holy Mass: 6:30am
Vespers/Benediction: 5:00pm
Sunday: Holy Masses: 7:30am and 5:00pm with vespers
First Saturday: 4:15pm

Bag Of Beans Tagaytay

If you are looking for a quick and sweet escape away from the busy corporate jungle, the Bag of Beans is the right destination for you. As if taken out of a storybook, the mystic place of Bag of Beans resembles a secret garden getaway with its forest-like garden and rustic interior design. motorbike

Bag of Beans Tagaytay
Credits to: mommyfleur.com

Twin Lakes Tagaytay-Alfonso

Constructed in a perfect, breath-taking location, Twin Lakes Tagaytay provides a refreshing view of the famous Taal Volcano and lake and offers a cool mountain breeze amid rugged terrain and a man-made lake. It houses a few of the favorite restaurants which make it a popular destination in the area.

Twin Lake - Tagaytay
Photo Credit : edpuno.com

Caleruega Church

If you are planning to see the province of Batangas, I recommend that you drop by the area, especially if you love Mother Nature and have a moment with our Creator. A place surrounded by exquisite trees and flowers, a perfect place for self-renewal and soul searching. motorbike

Caleruega Church is the one best for you retreat! It is located in Nasugbu, Batangas!

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Kaybiang Tunnel

This is the Philippines’ longest subterranean road tunnel, which links Ternate, Cavite and Nasugbu, Batangas. Riders and bikes usually stop here to rest and take a photo in the longest tunnel in the Philippines.  motorbike

Take a rest. It has been a long ride. Some of our friends told me to use michelin tires for motorcycles, as it is their recommended one. Their motorbikes are equipped with these awesome gears. Have a look at Bike Bandit to check for motorbike parts and accessories. Website: bikebandit.com

Kaybiang Tunnel

 

Burot Beach or Manuel Uy Beach Resort in Calatagan

Just head a little down south and you’ll be in Calatagan, Batangas. A place where coves and beaches reside.

Burot Beach

According to witnesses, Burot Beach is not anymore unspoiled. Despite an overpriced 150 pesos overnight entrance fee, the place was poorly maintained.

Manuel Uy Beach

Manuel Uy Beach Resort, on the other hand, is a new favorite because of the cheap entrance fee of 50 Php and is close to the resort which is tagged as the Maldives of the Philippines, Stilts’ Calatagan. 


There actually are even more spots we could add to this list but as a guide for a day ride, it’s enough. I’m sure, on your way back, you’d be more willing to look for places and aim for more adventure.  motorbike

Do you have any other spots you consider worth visiting for a day ride by motorbike?



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Jerny is a full-time freelancer, an IT Specialist, a traveler, a dreamer and also a reading enthusiast. He loves to travel, climb mountains, swim and take beautiful photos. Together with his girlfriend, Jane, are currently traveling all over the Philippines and aspires to explore every corner of the world.
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3 comments

  1. So sad to hear that Burot Beach is already spoiled. I’ve been meaning to visit there pa naman. There’s a maintenance fee yet they couldn’t maintain it, argh! Good thing you mentioned an alternative. I guess I would just go to Manuel Uy beach resort then.

  2. I am already in Love with Philippines and a bike ride has fascinated me more. The bag of Beans looks awesome but I am surprised on paid entry to the beach and despite of maintenance fee it is spoiled. The Manuel Uy beach resort too looks great.

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