Tagaytay City Things to Do

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Tagaytay City Things to Do

  • Picnic Grove

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    Tagaytay Things to Do

    Picnic Grove is one of the best place you must visit along tagaytay city where you and your family can enjoy numerous activities like Ziplines, Horseback riding, Kite Flying, biking and enjoying the view from hanging bridge and Taal Lake. The place is well maintained and the entrance fee is about Php. 50 which is much cheaper than the other Parks.

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  • Taal Volcano

    Tagaytay Things to Do

    Two options of coming here by walking or horse ride, horse ride is approximately 30 minutes, if decided to hike about an hour or more. The slope in the summit is quite steep, so hiking might become difficult in this part Taal Volcano, one of the Philippines 22 active volcanoes inside. The crater lake is commonly known as a caldera lake, the lake...

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  • Sky Ranch

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    Tagaytay Things to Do

    Is really not a place for us, but while we're here and just nearby, we asked our driver to stop by. This is a huge park where ideally for children but for those young at heart can be a cool place too for them. Going inside is not free, there is an entrance fee for P100 each just for wandering around, and if one like riding the loop it cost P250....

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  • Taal Lake

    Tagaytay Things to Do

    Arriving on the island after a rough ride with boat and dripping wet, first thing we do is search for a bathroom that we can change our wet clothes. Afterwards our boatmen took us to tourist center to register our name with a small fee of 50 peso each. We wander around before decided what to do later on Having looked to the map of the island, from...

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  • Sonya's Garden

    Tagaytay Things to Do

    The place is really nice..As in Seriously! The moment i saw the room..Dang!!i had this "old school Maria Clara feeling inside" ?forget the Manila life for a while because this place doesn't have TV or Wifi..totally soul nourishing. .it so magical and enchanting. ?????

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  • People's Park

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    The building here was a project of ex president Marcos, but it was never completed. It is located around 8 kms from the rotunda and is built on the highest of the surrounding hills and offers spectacular views of Lake Taal. Many souvenir shops and fruit stands. Entrance 50 pesos.

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  • Horse Ride

    Tagaytay Things to Do

    We have no regret of taking the horse ride, it wasn't very cheap though it cost 300 peso each. During the horse ride there is someone to assist you, it can also as a local guide. There are so many horses in the island, and the price were all the same is fixed price, nobody can't haggle. I would say, we're lucky taking the horse because when I see...

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  • Highlands Complex

    Tagaytay Things to Do

    since we got 3 hrs early from the check in time of our hotel, we decided to go to highlands and check out if the revs about it are true. of course you can't do this by spurr of the moment because you have to be with a member or know someone from inside that can fetch you from the gate. we got inside because the wife of mike's friend (thank u ulit!)...

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  • Antonio's

    Tagaytay Things to Do

    We ordered a red Australian wine as suggested by Tonyboy and he was right...it was perfect with the steak we ordered. I'd come all the way to Tagaytay again for this...maybe next time with a group of 10 so we can order the house special which is stuffed roast suckling pig. Total damage was $80 for dinner for two with a bottle of wine.

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  • Carmela's Home Made Goodies

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    Carmela's Home Made Goodies "Home of the best banana cakes in town" Buy your 'pasalubong' from Carmela's Banana Cakes. They have banana cake, yema cake, cakes, smore cookies, cookies, coffee, chocolate, 'bagnet', etc.

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  • Ilog Maria Bee Farm

    Tagaytay Things to Do

    This farm is about 10-15 minutes drive from Tagaytay. It is actually located in Silang, Cavite. There is a farm store in front where you can get pasalubongs made out of honey and other associated bee products. The prices are reasonable. Everyone likes their products. I used their shampoo and it is very soothing and refreshing! My cousins and aunt...

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  • Roadtrip With Fellow VTers

    Update: Hubby and I brought VTers Buena/buenababe and Paolo/paolodecastro, together with Buena's friend Andrew to Tagaytay for foodtrip, sight-seeing, zipline adventure and photo shoot. Tagaytay City is always a refreshing place to bring guests.I had a recent roadtrip to Tagaytay City with fellow VTers Barbie/barbie_sunrise and Emkei/missmarianne....

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  • Have a picnic at the Picnic Grove

    Picnic Grove is a place where you can have a picnic while overlooking Taal's beauty. So what are you waiting for? Pack a "banig" or a blanket, some adobo, rice or some sandwiches and let's go!

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  • The beauty of the Taal Volcano

    The smallest volcano in the world, the Taal Volcano is located in the center of Taal Lake. The best way to view the volcano is from the ridge high above in Tagaytay City. The best way to get to Tagaytay is to travel using the South Luzon Expressway and exiting at Sta. Rosa, Laguna. There are a number of restaurants along the ridge where you can...

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  • Tagaytay Highlands Golf

    Awesome golfing experience with Seattle and LA boys. Beautiful setting. Very nice golf course and friendly caddies.

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  • Pink Sisters Are Powerful prayer...

    Like many Catholics, we go to the Pink Sisters of the Adoration Convent of Divine Mercy to ask for their intercession for varied prayer intentions... No, they don;t have rosy pink cheeks; they wear pink robes, hence the nickname "pink Sisters". They are said to be powerful prayer warriors and intercessors because they devote their life in sacrifice...

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  • Motorcycle Riders, Wear Proper Helmets

    The last time we went there, we witnessed motorcycle riders stopped by policemen. Tagaytay is strictly a "No helmet, No Travel" zone. Ignorance of the city ordinance is not an excuse, so be forewarned. It is for your own safety. And please wear the proper helmets. We saw some riders accosted for wearing basebal helmets.

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  • Healing & Meditation Center: Tierra de...

    Tierra de Maria is also known as Haven Of Meditation and Enrichment or HOME. Situated in a serene garden within Nature’s Park in Tagaytay City, it is the HOME of a majestic 50-foot image of Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth. Mama Mary's Movement represented by its servant leader Bro. Jiggers G. Alejandrino and the City Council of...

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  • Camping in Church

    Caleruega is a church on top of a hill. It has several other facilities that includes camping. The camp ground looks more like a park. they have showers and toilets for the campers to use. Since it is on a high place, it gets pretty cold at night. They charge 150 per person and you need to reserve. If you intend to have meals there (yes, they serve...

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  • Tierra de Maria

    A place of healing. It features the 50-foot tall sculpture of the Virgin Mary. There are also healing stories surrounding this haven. It would be a nice place to stop by if you want to get away from it all.

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  • Roadside Shots of Taal Volcano & Taal...

    Some restaurants and picnic groves offer Taal Volcano view & picture-taking for a fee, and Hotels & Country Clubs have nice views,too. However, you can still find good views of it from the roadside. Even when there is some fog in Tagaytay, you can still see how beautiful it is. I shot these pictures with some fog partially covering the view. You'll...

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  • Eat Coconut,It's Good For Your Health

    It is a fact that the juice of young coconut (locally known as "buko") is rich in electrolytes like potassium, making it a good rehydration drink if you're on a roadtrip. The juice is also good for detox/cleansing, and often used to treat urinary tract infection, and kidney ailment.Whenever we go to Tagaytay, we always have our big Coleman jug,...

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  • Fresh Tropical Fruits

    At Tagaytay's long stretch of national road, you'll see pineapple plantations. Our British friend was so happy to see a pineapple plant. She thought pineapples were picked from the tree. You'll also find roadside stalls selling pineapple fruits at very cheap prices: 5-6 pcs of the small variety (senorita) can be bought for P100 only; 4-5 pcs of the...

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  • Click...click...and away

    Bring your trusted point and shoot or DSLR when you go to Tagaytay. On a sunny day, you'll be able to shoot a pix of the "Lake within a Lake". Finding a spot where to shoot your award winning pictures is easy because there's a whole range if ridge view places. Some are free while others are within a commercial place. Landscape: Taal lake and Taal...

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  • Zipline

    Weekdays : 100 oneway / 200 roundtripWeekends : 200 oneway / 300 roundtripIt runs for about 24kph and will consume 2minutes of your time (oneway).If you're wearing slippers, you have to ride barefoot.Photographer needs to have a fast camera otherwise you'll be on the other end before you know it.

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  • BBQ and Camping

    We tried Tagaytay's Discovery Camp and have been going back there eversince. Renting a nipa cabana is PHP700 for a day trip. You can choose from a lot sprinkled over the hillside overlooking the glorious Taal volcano. We've done BBQs, set up tents and swam in their freezing but big pool. Entrance was PHP150, I think aside from the cabana rental so...

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  • Zip Line cable at Picnic Grove

    The picnic grove is a park. It costs 50 pesos to enter the freaking park. There are features such as horse back riding, and the zip line cable. Zip line cable is where you will pay 200 pesos to get yourself suspended in mid-air (around 500 feet off the ground) and be transferred to the other end of the line. I never get the chance to do this...

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  • Take in the view

    Tagaytay City is one of the summer destinations for Manileños. It is famous for its cool weather, a majestic view of Taal Volcano, fresh fruits, and picnic grounds. It's nearer Manila compared to Baguio. You can reach Tagaytay City in three to four hours.

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  • Coffee & Pasta Lovers: Try Bag of Beans!

    You should definitely drop by this place if you're going to Tagaytay...if you're looking for a place to chill out or have a 'merienda' like starbucks hehe...better go to this place instead to have a more comfy feel.They have various 'tables' and rooms as well and so you could choose where you should dine, which was really nice. We liked the garden...

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  • Peoples Park - Palace in the Sky

    The place was used to be the vacation house of former president Ferdinand Marcos. I am not sure if the house was finished before we was ousted as president.The place was never restored or reconstructed to preserved the original grandeur. Fortunately, there are still visitors and tourists who wanted to see the place (maybe out of curiosity) or...

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  • Tagaytay Highlands

    If you know of a member, head on to Tagaytay Highlands. They have a cable car (1 of the two in the country that I know of), a golf course, swimming pools, horseback riding, fishing and other family activities. They don't allow you to bring food because they do have restaurants around.

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  • Head for the Lake

    From afar, the Taal Lake is magnificent. Trying getting upclose and personal. There are geysers along the way. What's more is that while you get a good view of the lake, there's a place where you can sit and sip some cold, fresh coconut juice and get some snacks too. Ut would be cheaper to bring your own though but unless you have a trusty coleman,...

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  • Panoramic view of Taal Lake by the Road

    From almost any point near the cliff, you'll find a view of the Taal lake. The small cottages along the roadside have benches where you can eat and look at the mountain-lake. Some of them you can rent for about 500 pesos for 4 hours. Most of the owners can actually cook food for you. The one dish that I really like is the t-Bone. The can grill or...

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  • Pampering and Nurturing Yourself

    Nuture Spa has long been a travel destination in Tagaytay especially for those looking for R&R- spa in particular. I would say that the spa experience is good but I would say comparing the cost from other Philippine spa- Nurture is a bit expensive and there is no distinct advantage that added cost seems to provide. Nurture spa offers accomodation...

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  • The smallest volcano in the world

    Taal Volcano is known to be the smallest volcano in the world. Taal is only 30 miles south of Manila on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. The gateway for most visitor is through Tagaytay City from the ridge of which can be seen a panoramic view of volcano island. The large island in Taal Lake is known as Volcano island, it also contains a...

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  • pay a visit at Pink Sisters (church)

    before, my husband and I usually visits this place for two reasons: (1) whenever we wanted to wish for something (2) to give thanks for all the wishes granted...and now, eversince we started visiting this place...our trip to tagaytay would never be complete without going to Pink Sisters...almost everything we had wished for were given to us, or if...

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  • Picnic at Caleruega

    If you're there to spend just a few hours, the best thing to do is to have a picnic. You may bring in your food (they have a barbecue pit which you can use) or you may just buy food from their snack bar and bring them to the camping grounds. They have tables set up under the trees. You just have to pay 20 pesos each at the gate to get in.

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  • picnic at tagaytay picnic grove

    it is relaxing and wouldn't cost much...entrance fee is just P25 each for a day full of fun...activities you can do aside from picnic includes horsebackriding, kiting, biking and a lot more...

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  • Healty Meals

    Sonya's garden seves healthy meals. Its eat-all-you can salads and pastas are served in quaint and classly dining pavilions. Standard lunch or dinner set meal that costs Php 500 (pluss and add-on 10% service charge) starts with a glass bowl of fresh lettuce, carrots, turnips, arugula, rose petals, which are mixed with finely chopped hard-boiled...

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  • Lookout!

    One of the places where you'll have a good view of Taal Volcano and Lake is at Leslie's. Actually, Leslie's is a restaurant serving native dishes, but you don't have to dine to avail of a good view. Within the restaurant's compound, they put up a viewpoint open to the public for free (or at least it is right now). Below it is a row of small...

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  • Peoples Palace in the Sky

    Towards the end of the Marcos regime, a new palace for Marcos was being built at Tagytay. Marcos was overthrown prior to the palace being completed, and the unfinished building was renamed as the Poples Palace in the Sky.Located at just about the highest point in Tagytay, the site has astounding views, and the building (while pretty decrepit) gives...

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