Region IV A: Calabarzon
Where resorts, the home of independence and the world’s smallest volcano awaits
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This peaceful region’s history can be traced back when the country was still ruled by Lakan or Datu and when places were divided into barangays.
Historical findings show that the region was indeed rich and thriving in civilization. Trading was a common practice dating way back in the 13th and 15th centuries.
This region also gave rise to the country’s Illustrados (educated middle class) and the birth place of numerous historical prominent figures such as Jose Rizal, Emilio Aguinaldo, Apolinario Mabini and Manuel Quezon.
What To See In Calabarzon ?
Where resorts, the Home of Independence and the world’s smallest volcano awaits.
With its close proximity to National Capital Region, CALABARZON serves as a quick weekend getaway in the city.
Tagaytay offers different restaurants overlooking the serenity of Taal Volcano.
A visit would not be complete without trying the famous Bulalo, a Filipino beef stew from beef shanks and bone marrow.
Speaking of Taal Volcano, it is a small volcano located in the middle of Taal Lake.
Batangas on the other hand, offers a multitude of beaches.
Laguna is the home of famous hot springs and the mystical Mt. Makiling.
Quezon on the other hand, offers pristine beaches such as Borawan (a mix of Boracay and Palawan for its similarity to Boracay’s white sand and Palawan’s lagoons), Puting Buhangin, and Dampalitan Beach.