• Discovering CALERUEGA Philippines + So Much MORE






    And then we arrived... There's a parking area inside but the Person on Duty insisted we should park out side. Hayz... ok then. Goodluck sa putik :P Paid 50/each as entrance fee.



    Kaya naman pala... pang Bridal Car lang... charot! After payments being made, he handed us the "Guide/Map" and there nafigure out ko na how it looks like. and me goes "OK" he said di mo padin alam? jan nagpapakasal mga artista. eh sa hindi eh :P


    CALERUEGAnamed after place where St. Dominic de Guzman, father of the Order of preachers was born at Caleruega Spain 

    Caleruega Vision and MissionThe members of the Dominican family in the Philippines, called by Christ Jesus towards the fullness of life, envision CAleruega to be home amidst the beauty of natre where pilgrims are open to prayer, to creative transformation, and to Gospel values such as the passion for truth,compassion for humanity, authentic human development, solidarity and reverence for life, and intergrity of creation.


    And there I am, making my "first and foremost shot" when he said 'HINDI YAN!"


    Hahaha ay kaya pala parang iba :P  toinks! This is the CENACULUM at Caleruega

    Cenaculum | Refectory


    Observe Silence
    Bawal ako :(


    Are you lost? Get Directions Here @Caleruega
    After ilang minutes of walking/hiking for me :P (kidding aside, stairs lang naman) was a glance of this beautiful sight.
    Wait Up! Look!!!
    Could this be it? Only one way to find out...
    AND... YES THIS IS IT!!! @Caleruega
    Caleruega, Right?

    Right?
    Actually...This is called...
    Transfiguration Chapel
    Let's see what's so special about this Chapel...

    Entrance Door - Transfiguration Chapel

    Transfiguration Chapel - Inside Look
    Transfiguration Chapel - Inside Look
    I think this ideal for intimate wedding with small-medium volume of guest.
    Well define small first hahahaha

    Stained Glass Altar
    Transfiguration Chapel - Choir and Piano Area


    Brick Wall at Transfiguration Chapel @Caleruega
    Reaching out to you? Do you feel it too? @Caleruega
    And that's the rest of the Transfiguration Chapel at Caleruega
    Now here's what I think...
    The reason why most of to-be-weds like or preffer to have their wedding here.

    1. Location being far from the Metro Manila
    a. Meaning away from the busy-buzy of the world. Here you can find tranquility.
    b. Iwas gate crasher on you wedding :P
    c. Medyo mahirap ang signal kaya mas intimate and ceremony.
    d. Amazing view... pak na pak ang wedding pictures for sure!
    e. Batangas na ito. out of town pwedeng beach after for honeymoon :P

    2. Transfiguration Chapel
    a. Classic beauty inside-out!
    b. Stained Glass Altar... not so common anymore. Brings back that old feeling of being at church back then.
    c. Chapel Area not to big. Ideal for couples who aims to have an intimate wedding ceremony. 
    d. That triangular roofing frame... I find it nice and pretty :D
    e. Glass windows allowing the sun to shine on your big day :D Go for Natural lighting they say :)

    3. Caleruega Compound
    a. You can have your reception party here.
    b. Breathtaking view for your wedding pictures + 12 must see sights
    c. Trees and all that greens are your wedding witnesses :) 
    d. Dorms and cottages ( I'm not sure about their terms about this.)
    e. Parking area and Feeling safe.


    Close to nature, Closer to God - Caleruega Philippines

    Did you know that there's a Tent Chapel of Transfiguration at Caleruega Philippines?
    Yup Tent, not Tenth :P cause it's just the 3rd chapel I think. if counted yung Cenaculum hihi 
    Up for another hike?... ay stairs pala.
    And it's located on the top of the hill :D



    Now you know about The Tent Chapel of Transfiguration at Caleruega Philippines
    Koi Ponds and Walkways
    Koi Ponds and Walkways
     Our Lady of The Holy Rosary
    Our Lady of The Holy Rosary
    Manaog Drive via Crusis
    Manaog Drive via Crusis
    CALERUEGA PHILIPPINES
    House of St. Mary Magdalene
    Batulao, Nasugbu, Batangas
    email: caleruega_philippines@yahoo.com
    09212709890 | 09218304226
    Office Hours 8am-5pm daily

    "I'm The Map" going to Caleruega Philippines
  • 17 comments:

    1. That's such a beautiful place! I bet it would be great to reflect and pray there. I've never visited it before, I definitely should!

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    2. What a trip you had. It looks like you guys saw a lot.

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    3. This would be a wonderful place to have a wedding. It is so pretty.

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    4. this looks absolutely lovely. travel is fun

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    5. That koi pond complete the look for me! This looks like a great spot to check out

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    6. I love this place. I've been here once back in college for our communion and stayed for like 4 days. You don't have a picture of the hanging bridge, Is it not there anymore? ~Pearliza and Jaear Paguio

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      1. It's still there :) I forgot to take pictures because I panicked :P The hanging bridge is pretty nice but crossing it makes me nervous. I'm afraid of heights and that wiggly feeling :P

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    7. Caleruega looks beautiful and such a spiritual source of comfort too. Beautiful architecture.

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    8. What a beautiful place! I just love the simplicity of the beauty there :)

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    9. Love;y pictures and post about a place that is definitely on my list to visit!

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    10. It looks like a great place for a wedding - interesting and beautiful at the same time.

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    11. What an amazing place. It looks so rich in history. I've been to Tagaytay so many times, but I've never to Caleruega. I hope to visit this soon.

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    12. Philippines is rich with beautiful history I hope we continue to introduce it with other country to attract more tourist. I have not been to this church but I hope someday we can come visit again its been forever I feel like.

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    13. Those are some beautiful photos! What a wonderful trip.

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    14. Awesome shots you got in there! I wish I could pay a visit there when I got a chance

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    15. Cool photos you have here! thanks for sharing...

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