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Natural Disasters in Cavite City, Cavite: What do you need to know?

five local experts

From earthquakes to violent hailstorms, Mother Nature can throw a lot at us. Here's what five local experts had to say about the threat of natural disasters in and around Cavite City, Cavite.

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Cavite city is known for its hospitable people. People are warm and welcoming to visitors. We also have a tourist attraction in the city which is Tagaytay where you can have a good time and a good view of the well known Taal Volcano. The weather is so cold compared to the other cities in the Philippines which makes it more relaxing.

Loriebeth, says: 2020

One of the most important factors anyone should consider is the negative effect of urban population density in Cavite City. Various shopping malls and commercial establishments erected all over the city to boost the economy caused detrimental consequences. One of which is immediate flooding during heavy rainfall or downpour.

In the city I live, the Maynilad Water, repair the sewer every month. that, when it rains here, the flood does not reach above thighs and does not cause big casualties. but whenever they do that, there will be a traffic that will inconvenience everyone when they are traveling.

Our city is not just famous for our tourism, but also for its history. Cavite’s history is widely-known in our country, and considering that it’s neighboring region is the NCR which is greatly essential for accessibility. Not mentioning there’s also a lot of places to go to during holidays like Tagaytay in which where you can see the phenomenal Taal Volcano.

Cavite City is located in the province of Cavite, which have a rich natural resources especially seas and lakes. This city also has a rich religious culture because of its patron saint Nuestra Señora de Porta Vaga. We are also residing to an area where typhoons travel during the rainy season.

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