Tagaytay City Off The Beaten Path

  • The Flower Farm
    The Flower Farm
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  • road sign
    road sign
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  • some of their bees
    some of their bees
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Tagaytay City Off The Beaten Path

  • Ilog Maria Honeybee Farms

    Im not sure exactly what they do here but if you want to learn something about bees and honey while in Tagaytay, visit this place. They manufacture lots of stuff from honey and pollen propolis, royal jelly, soaps, bath salts, beeswax, spa items, aromatherapy oils. However, the main thrusts of this whole concept is medicinal so they manufacture a...

  • Calaruega: Peaceful Retreat

    Likened to the birthplace of St. Dominic de Guzman of Calaruega, Spain, this place is now becoming one of the places to visit while in Tagaytay. The 8-arce piece of property owned by the Order of Preachers-the Dominican Order in the Philippines includes the Transfiguration Chapel atop the highest point of the place where most people-locals and...

  • Beef Tip @ Mahogany Market

    Some people might not know but Tagaytay boast of its top rated, quality beef. I do not mean the one you eat at restaurants but raw beef you take home and cook yourself. Spareribs, Bulalo (bone marrow), T-Bone steak, short ribs, and other prime choices are available at Mahogany Market in Tagaytay. The beef is said to taste better here in Tagaytay...

  • Do the Bee Dance!

    hehehe well you may choose not to dance at all but just watch the bees buzz and do the thing they're meant to do - make some honey! At Ilog ni Maria Bee farm, they have this glass frame where they have a honeycomb and real bees making honey. Funny how they are able to find their way in and out through the little hole made to be their entrance to...

  • Get the freshest flowers

    Next to the views, the climate and the good food is the freshest supply of flowers with which Tagaytay is known for. Get some at P70+ for a bunch of malaysian mums, exotic roses and some few other oriental and not-so oriental flowers. So why not put a smile on a lovely lady's face which only flowers can bring. You wouldn't know it too, but guys i...

  • Take my breath away.....

    The best view of Taal Volcano is in Tagaytay Picnic Grove. There's a large field where visitors have their picnics, build their tents and laze all day long...

  • Dropin' By

    A place where we drop by to take a look of the Taal Volcano. Actually this is a Restaurant which they have build a nice small houses or shall we say a cottages where you can sit on, nice garden view but we haven't able to do that as we are droping by only. So, we grab the time for taking picture in the Porch of the Restaurant and going around.

  • Quiet Zone

    On my first visit to Sonya's, I thought it's only a restaurant within a garden. It's a good thing that on my second visit, I was with a Sonya's "regular" diner who invited me to go down to the bed & breakfast area. Actually, the B&B is not visible from the restaurant as it is concealed by trees and vines. A very small signage points the guests to...

  • Feel Free to P. hehehehe

    Okay i know this is weird and i know you guys will goin to asked why i post this one as in my Off The Beathen Path. Why? coz this is my first time to be in the Toilet which is open i mean just a screen on the wall which you can watch outside while your hitting your self at the bowl..hahahahaha, lookz really cool. I was thinking how if? there's a...

  • The Path to the Volcano

    You can choose to walk to the Volcano or ride a horse. In either case, be ready for a very dry and dusty path, and you will need a long shower after you've finished the trip.The volcanic dust is very fine, and difficult to get out of shoes, socks, and other clothing so don't wear you best outfit for this trip !

  • Getting to the Volcano

    To get to the volcano, you have to take a boat. There are hundreds of people in Tagaytay who will sell you a car to take you to the lake, a boat trip and guide to take you to the top of the volcano.I organised mine through the hotel, which is probably the safest way to go.The water on the lake can get a little choppy at times, but it's a fun trip...

  • Trek to the Top of the Volcano

    Well worth doing is a trip to Mt Taal. To get there you need to take a boat across the lake, and then take about a 10km trek (round trip) to the top of Mt Taal.The trip is not very steep, and can be done on foot by anyone with reasonable fitness.The volcano has a sulphur lake in the cone, and apparently there are some parts of the lake in which you...


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