The Filipinos are extremely hospitable people.
While I was in the Philippines, I realized that I was very well taken care of. The Filipinos are a helpful and chatty lot. They can converse very well in English. Be appreciative of their kind gestures, and you will find that it will take you a long way.
Tagaytay Sky Ranch: Souvenirs
they have a souvenir booth in the middle of the Sky Ranch Amusement Park where you can buy assorted kitchy souvenir items related to this theme park like key chains at 150 pesos and fridge magnets at 120 pesos, glass frame with your photo at 500 pesos and a lot more.
the big sprawling lot beside the Tall Vista Hotel along the Tagaytay-Nasugbu Road was once a public horseback riding area where locals offer horse rides to both local and foreign tourists along trails and a makeshift race track. It was then bought by the Hotel and in 2011 in converted it to the Tagaytay Skyranch, a mix used area of which the centerpiece is the amusement park with a giant ferris wheel (Tagaytay Eye), several rides and extreme rides like zip lining. The area also has a dining strip in front and the horseback riding was retained and the horse trails are now well maintained.
The Sky Ranch entrance is 50 pesos per person to enter the amusement park (both for adults and children) and there is a pay per ride basis for each attraction like 150 pesos for the ferrish wheel and 100 pesos per person for the zip line.
opens: 10:00 am to 10:00 pm everyday
Parking slots are available and cost 50 pesos per vehicle (up to 4 hours).
Address: Beside Taal Vista Hotel, Kilometer 60, Aguinaldo
- Adventure Travel
- Theme Park Trips
- Family Travel