In just less than 3 hours drive away from Manila is a small town of Nasugbu, Batangas facing the waters of South China Sea . Nasugbu is blessed with endless coastlines stretching in all directions, many beautiful scenes to behold, great diving destination and swimming areas. Once you get there, there’s a lot more to surprise you and a lot more to be discovered.
Kaybiang Tunnel is the Philippines’ longest subterranean road tunnel. This tunnel links the towns of Ternate, Cavite and Nasugbu, Batangas through a hole under Mount Palay-Palay (aka Mt. Pico de Loro). It’s a very popular landmark for cyclists and riders based in Manila for weekend rides. This 300-meter tunnel is part of the 6-kilometer Tourism Road in Cavite that cuts travel time from Manila to Nasugbu and Calatagan, Batangas from the usual 4 hours via Tagaytay to just a little over one hour.
Tali beach is an exclusive village along the coastal coves of Nasugbu, there are at least four coves where you can swim, and (15 min. walking distance to the beach, 1 min. if you have a ride) walk along. There is 24 hours security for the community. You can explore the different beaches, jump over the cliff, play beach volleyball at the main beach, scuba dive, and more. Ideal for big or small gatherings, team buildings, or any type of event.