Tagaytay is one of Philippine’s top tourist destinations. The high altitude makes the place perfect to those who want to take a good view of the captivating Taal Volcano Island situated in the midst of Taal Lake.
HKD 780/adult HKD 760
7 hours guided tour (including travelling time)
Requires physical input for lengthy periods. Such as crossing steep terrains, and activities with ample movement. Recommended for venturous and able-bodied guests.
All tours are conducted by Mandarin speaking guide
From Port to Tagaytay takes about 2 hour one way.
Bamboo Organ at Las Pinas Church: See the world's only Bamboo Organ since 19th-century.
Jeepney Factory: Learn how Jeepneys are ‘born’. Filipinos began recycling the jeeps left behind after WWII with bodies made from stainless steel, fabric covers and make them be colourful and beautiful with painted or airbrushed images.
Tagaytay Flower and Fruit Stalls: Want to taste something sweet? Taste fresh local homegrown fruits here! There are also beautiful arrays of ornamental, flowering plants in different stalls.
View of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano: The most popular attraction in Manila, but Taal Lake is more than just a picture-perfect view. Unlike other crater lakes, Taal Lake is more than half a mile across, making it the world’s largest “double” lake, which means "it’s a lake on an island on a lake on an island!" Enjoy delicious local flavors at Taal Vista Hotel, along with beautiful sweeping views.
Robinsons Place Manila: It offers a wide range of goods and services from over a thousand retail shops and restaurants. Enjoy your free time shopping on your own!
Minimum participants 35 passengers
From Port to Tagaytay takes about 2 hours one way.