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This tunnel is one of most-visited landmarks in Cavite.



ABOUT KAYBIANG TUNNEL

At 300 meters, Kaybiang Tunnel is the longest road tunnel in the Philippines. The tunnel bores through Mt. Palay-Palay, and connects Ternate, Cavite to Nasugbu, Batangas.

Right after exiting the tunnel at the Nasugbu side, travelers have a seaside view of islands Limbones, Carabao, and El Fraile. The tunnel opened in July 2013 as an alternate route to Tagaytay and Batangas.
Inside the tunnel image by explora.ph
Kaybiang Tunnel is one of most-visited landmarks in the South (CALABARZON). Especially for those who are going to Nasugbu, Batangas, this tunnel helps to lessen travel time from Manila.


It is indeed a favorite stop-over of travelers going to Batangas. We dropped by here during our visit to Pico de Loro.

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ALSO READ: Pico de Loro Beach and Country Club
View from above the tunnel image by explora.ph

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HOW TO GET TO KAYBIANG TUNNEL

Kaybiang Tunnel is accessible via Nasugbu-Ternate Highway that connects Cavite and Batangas along the ridges near Manila Bay.

If you are bringing your own vehicle you just have to pass thru Tanza and Naic in Cavite to acess Nasugbu-Ternate Highway.

Kaybiang Tunnel

Address: Brgy. Santa Mercedes, Ternate, Cavite
Open hours: 24 hours daily
Fee: None


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CAVITE: Kaybiang Tunnel - a shortcut to Nasugbu, Batangas

This tunnel is one of most-visited landmarks in Cavite.



ABOUT KAYBIANG TUNNEL

At 300 meters, Kaybiang Tunnel is the longest road tunnel in the Philippines. The tunnel bores through Mt. Palay-Palay, and connects Ternate, Cavite to Nasugbu, Batangas.

Right after exiting the tunnel at the Nasugbu side, travelers have a seaside view of islands Limbones, Carabao, and El Fraile. The tunnel opened in July 2013 as an alternate route to Tagaytay and Batangas.
Inside the tunnel image by explora.ph
Kaybiang Tunnel is one of most-visited landmarks in the South (CALABARZON). Especially for those who are going to Nasugbu, Batangas, this tunnel helps to lessen travel time from Manila.


It is indeed a favorite stop-over of travelers going to Batangas. We dropped by here during our visit to Pico de Loro.

WHERE TO STAY IN CAVITE


ALSO READ: Pico de Loro Beach and Country Club
View from above the tunnel image by explora.ph

SEE MORE PHOTOS


HOW TO GET TO KAYBIANG TUNNEL

Kaybiang Tunnel is accessible via Nasugbu-Ternate Highway that connects Cavite and Batangas along the ridges near Manila Bay.

If you are bringing your own vehicle you just have to pass thru Tanza and Naic in Cavite to acess Nasugbu-Ternate Highway.

Kaybiang Tunnel

Address: Brgy. Santa Mercedes, Ternate, Cavite
Open hours: 24 hours daily
Fee: None


RENT A CAR?




Powered by 12Go Asia system

WHY BOOK WITH 12GO?

12go.asia is one of the leading transport online booking service in Asia providing an e-ticketing platform to passengers, travel agencies, airlines and transport companies. They work with over 500 transport operators in Asia. The idea behind their work is to make a transparent and easy e-ticketing for mid- and long-haul voyages as well as to cover all possible routing options e.g. ferry, buses, trains, flights, private transfers and minivans.


WHERE TO STAY IN BATANGAS



ALSO READ

IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please let us know by leaving a message in the comment box below.


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