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    Ternate - Nasugbu Tunnel: Map and Opening Date (Kaybiang Tunnel)

    The 300 meter long tunnel along Ternate-Nasugbu Road, bored through Mt. Pico de Loro at the boundary of Nasugbu, Batangas and Ternate, Cavite will soon be open to motorists. Besides connecting the two neighboring provinces plus the resort towns of Nasugbu and Ternate, it will also lessen travel time to Nasugbu and Western batangas by about an hour and decongest Tagaytay City and spur tourism growth in the area.

    The Cavite side of Kaybiang Tunnel almost ready for the grand opening


    For an online map of Ternate-Nasugbu Tunnel, click here. Herewith is the map of Kaybiang Tunnel as mapped by the cool guys of OpenStreetMap


    Kaybiang Tunnel Map (shown along the green road map) Ternate - Nasugbu Tunnel


    How to get there:

    Just follow these directions to Ternate-Nasugbu by taking Roxas Boulevard, Coastal Road, CavitEx, exit at Kawit, take Centennial Road, Antero Soriano Highway, Governor's Drive, Caylabne road and Ternate-Nasugbu Road. You will pass by the Cavite tows of Kawit, Tanza, Naic, Maragondon and Ternate while after the tunnel you will reach the southwestern towns of Batangas: Nasugbu, Lian, Calatagan, Balayan, Calaca and onwards.

    You will also pass by beach resorts in Ternate (Caylabne, Puerto Azul, Tali Beach) and faster travel to famous resorts in Nasugbu, Batangas (Pico de Loro, Club Punta Fuego, Terrazas de Punta Fuego, Munting Buhangin, Canyon Cove Beach Resort)

    Ternate - natugbu Tunnel will open on July 1, 2013 (unless further delays in construction occurs. This tunnel was conceptualized during the time of President Fidel V. Ramos)


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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 8:39 PM,

    4 Comments:

    At May 23, 2013, 4:48:00 PM, Anonymous Ervin | Schadow1 Expeditions said...

    Wow! It's now painted white. Last time I was there last January is, it is all grey and concrete is dripping down from its roof wall. Can't wait for this to be officially open.

     
    At May 28, 2013, 4:24:00 PM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    ervin, can't wait for this to open. i want to explore western batangas via this route :P

     
    At Jul 26, 2013, 2:12:00 AM, Blogger Jean Romasanta said...

    Can anyone confirm if this is now open?

     
    At Jul 26, 2013, 11:10:00 AM, Blogger backpacking philippines said...

    jean, yes it was opened recently. lots of buzz on riders and roadtrippers :P

     

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