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It wasn't as fun as it could have been. The boat didn't have hand rails to hold on to. And if you're at the front 2 rows, take the plastic blanket! There's splashing when the waves get a little bigger and faster. I got water...More
This area is a great place to go for a nice day trip out of Manila. If you like immersing yourself in nature you'd really enjoy this area.
There's bangka ride that's about 15 minutes to get you to the volcano. It can be as...More
Taal Lake, formerly known as Bombón Lake, is a freshwater lake in the province of Batangas, on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. The lake fills Taal Caldera, a large volcanic caldera formed by very large eruptions between 500,000 and 100,000 years ago. It...More
We started our journey in a resort in Laurel, Batangas; and it took 10-15mins boat ride (p2000/boat) to the trekking site. Upon arrival, we registered and pay p100/pax environmental fee. Little kids are free (maybe 5 below), my son is 9 so also needs to...More
Visit Taal Lake via San Nicolas, Batangas. The small town offers the best view to appreciate taal lake, taal volcano and surrounding mountains and areas. Plus there are a lot of notable areas you can visit nearby ie Our Lady of Caysasay, Taal Basilica, Balisong,...More
We're currently staying at the Batangas country club which is ABSOLUTELY AMAZING!The property is beautiful, the food is delicous, and everyone is soooo kind!
However there is nothing to do or see in the city of Batangas. It's run down and dirt. There are no...More
Not a very good experience for family with young children. 6 adults and 2 children.. according kay Manong boatman hindi raw pwedeng magsama sama sa isang bangka.. i paid 5000 Pesos for 2 boats.. (2500 pesos each boat). Pagdating sa taal volcano, meron pang babayaran...More
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Hi, I suggest before you go and take the trip, you visit first the PHILVOCS Taal Volcano Station in Talisay, Batangas to get more information about the trip and ensure safety measures. It will also help you better appreciate... More
Hi, I suggest before you go and take the trip, you visit first the PHILVOCS Taal Volcano Station in Talisay, Batangas to get more information about the trip and ensure safety measures. It will also help you better appreciate Taal 🌋. They can also tell you where to get the boat.
Best route/itinerary for the Philippines (10 Replies)
What would be the best route/way to visit the following places without having to go back and forth? We plan to be in Manila a few days to see the city sights, Corregidor, etc. Then Lake Taal, probably overnight. I believe 4 nights should do for this route? Then I would like to visit Bohol....should I fly from Manila to Tagbilaran? Would 3 nights be enough if I want to see Chocolate Hills, the Tarsier Visitor Center, perhaps a boat ride on the Loboc River and relaxing a day or two at one...More
August 01, 2012|
I know you said that you don't want to go back and forth on the flight itinerary... But, my suggestion is to use Manila as your hub as it comes out cheaper, faster and more convenient. My take: Itinerary 1: MNL-Tagbilaran-MNL On your return leg, you can take the morning flight out of Tagbilaran, arrive MNL by noon then take the 4pm flight to PPS (or 3pm to Coron). This is cheaper/faster/more convenient than travelling from Bohol to Cebu by ferry/bus to Mactan Airport in CEB then fly to...More
Does this trip make sense? (6 Replies)
Hi everyone. Would love some feedback on whether my itinerary makes sense. I am a single Canadian girl coming in December this year. Day 1 - Manila Day 2 - Fly to Bacolod, bus to Sipilay Day 3,4,5,6 - Relax at Sipilay. I have my PADI course work done but need to finish my 4 practice dives. I read Sipilay is a good place for inexperienced divers? Yes or no? Day 7 - Bus to Dumuagete Day 8 - Waterfalls and caves near Dumuagete. Disco at night? Day 9 - Fly to Puerta Princessa. Relax Day...More
October 30, 2011|
It's Dumaguete not Dumuagete :D The IT seems doable. Have your researched on the travel time from one province/city to another?
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Philippine route advice (5 Replies)
Hi, I need some help please with route advice. I am flying to Cebu city for a few days and then onto Bohol next month. I would like to go to the following places once I leave Bohol, but I'm not sure which order and easiest route/travel. We'll have 16 days left over in philppines once we leave Bohol. Palawan - El nido A volcano- Mount pintatubo or lake Taal? Rice terraces- Banaue What order should we do the above from Bohol and mode of transport? Thank you. Sally
February 25, 2015|
From Bohol get a fast ferry to Cebu then a flight from there to Puerto Princesa. From PP its a land trip to El Nido(Roro Bus Cherry Bus Daytripper Van). Flight from El Nido on ITI direct to Manila (OR land trip back to PP and a flight to Manila to save money) . Land trip to the Rice Terraces and Taal from Manila. Tommo