See the religious side of Cavite with this guided tour of the beautiful churches found in the province. This budget-friendly trip is packed with picturesque structures and interesting stories that would appeal to everyone who loves to indulge themselves in the history of iconic pilgrimage sites in the country.
Your tour will start with an early-morning pick-up at Mall of Asia and a road trip to the city of Bacoor in Cavite. You will stop by the St. Michael the Archangel Parish, one of the oldest churches in the province established in 1752. This church is well-known for its distinct interior marked with the brown and gold theme and decorated with statues on the altar and pictures depicting religious scenes.
You will head next to Imus City to visit the Our Lady of Pillar Parish Immaculate, a church made entirely of bricks and stone. You will see that the church’s façade resembles that of the fifth Manila Cathedral. You will be given enough time to explore the interior of the church to offer prayers and donations before you leave for your lunch at a local restaurant.
After eating, you will make your way to Nuestra Señora de Candelaria in Silang. Inside, you will see the remarkable simplicity of the church, with only shiny chandeliers and three retables adorning the interior. From Silang, you will be taken to Maragondon to visit Our Lady of Assumption Parish. Here, this church features an octagonal pulpit, three retables, and a wooden door carved with different designs.
Up next is St. Mary Magdalene Parish in Kawit, the second oldest church in Cavite. You will find here an orange-brick façade, a four-story bell tower, three gold-and-white retables, and chandeliers hanging from above. Before heading home, you will drop a visit to the Diocesan Shrine of St. Augustine in Tanza. You can also explore the museum located beside the church.
Learn more about the Caviteños’ faith in this one-day pilgrimage tour around the province’s historic churches. Check availability by choosing a date.
Go on a road-trip to Cavite and visit the beautiful churches of the province on this guided private tour. Book this tour and get the chance to see the magnificent cathedrals and shrines of Cavite. This package is perfect for devotees who want to go on a pilgrimage tour in the province, or travelers who want to learn about the rich historical background of Cavite’s churches and admire their architechture.
Travel to St. Michael the Archangel Parish, Imus Cathedral, Silang Church, Maragondon Church, St. Mary Magdalene Church, Sta. Cruz Parish in the convenience of the tour’s air-conditioned van. Your tour will begin with an early-morning pick-up at the Mall of Asia in Pasay City.
Your pilgrimage road will kick off in the Bacoor City, Cavite. Your first stop is the St. Michael the Archangel Parish, also known as Bacoor Church. Established in 1669, this church one of the oldest churches in the province. Check out the wooden altar decorated with golden ornaments and religious figures, and admire the centuries-old adobe walls of the church.
You will head next to Imus City to visit the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Pillar. Commonly known as the Imus Cathedral, this church is made entirely of bricks and stone. If you have seen the Manila Cathedral, you will notice that the Imus Cathedral has a similar facade. Explore the interior of the church and offer prayers or donations before you leave for your lunch at a local restaurant.
After lunch, you will make your way to Nuestra Señora de Candelaria Parish in Silang. The parish is also known as the Silang Church, and it is a National Cultural Treasure. It is the oldest structure in Cavite in Baroque architecture and boasts a multi-tiered wooden antique retable. Marvel at Silang Church’s 300-year-old altarpiece before heading to your next stop.
From Silang, you will be driven to Maragondon to visit Our Lady of Assumption Parish. Also called the Maragondon Church, the church features a simple and elegant facade. When you go inside, you will find a beautifully carved octagonal pulpit and three similarly ornate retables.
Up next is St. Mary Magdalene Parish in Kawit, the second oldest church in Cavite. You will be delighted to find the church’s orange-brick façade, a four-story bell tower, three gold-and-white retables, and gorgeous chandeliers hanging from the church ceiling.
Your last stop will be the Diocesan Shrine of St. Augustine in Tanza, also called as the Sta. Cruz Parish or Holy Cross Parish. This historic church witnessed the oathtaking of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo as the first president of the Philippines. Diocesan Shrine of St. Augustine is also a National Historical Landmark.
Join this pilgrimage tour to Cavite’s centuries-old churches and learn about the rich culture and history of the Philippines. Check the availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.