Anniversary Special (Destination 1): Transfiguration Chapel – Calaruega

We reach Tagaytay around 8am and our first destination for our roadtrip/anniversary celebration is Calaruega Church. This is our 2nd time to visit this chapel and I must say that I fell in love with the place. It was so solemn and you can feel the cold breeze of nature. Calaruega is absolutely a house of prayer and renewal.

This is our first place to visit because we want to thank God for all the blessings that we received for the past 7 years of being together and 1 year of married life. Also we want to thank him again for giving us the greatest gift forever – our baby love.

Happily, when we arrived the mass is ongoing. We prayed together inside the chapel and to tell honestly, I really felt that God is with us. (**teary eyes**)

Close to Nature, Closer to God 

We took some photos before we proceed on our next destination. Here you go!

Happiness Overload! 
Mommy, Daddy and Baby Love ♥

Driving Direction to Calaruega
Via SLEX (South Luzon Expressway), take Sta. Rosa exit and turn right after toll.
Go straight and turn right after Tagaytay Market and proceed towards Tagaytay Rotonda.
Go straight and continue until the Nasugbu Arch.
Turn left towards Evercrest and Chapel on the Hill, then turn right when you see the sign pointing to Caleruega.
Continue down the road until you reach Caleruega at the end.


You need to pay Php 30.00 each at the entrance. 

Transfiguration Chapel – Calaruega
Barangay, Kaylaway, Batulao Nasugbu