This place is stunning. My first time went to the edge of the mouth of Taal Volcano with my wife and some of our friends was a long walk but, it's all worth it in the end. Plus, I played a bit of golf on...More
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The taal lake and the volcano hike offers some lovely views. Only putting off thing is walking on the donkey trail as it's initially a bit stinky.
The next best thing to Baguio for airy and cool relief from urban living. Tagaytay main road is lacedwith diners, cafes , coffee and deli shops overlooking the lake and volcano. Numerous Hotels, Inns and Malls in the area. Cool breeze w/ mist in foggy...More
When we went to Taal, we stopped first at Imelda's Park before proceeding to Taal Volcano in Batangas.. On the way we saw pineapple plants that my husband thought grow in a tree then to Taal. OMG! The scene is so wonderful! Fresh air. We...More
The Taal volcano provide stunning views both from the car going down the outer crater and from the boat when you are in the crater lake. The inner lake can be viewed once you trek in the island and provide the amazing view of the...More
One of the few places ive seen that requires 4 modes of transport to reach. Auto, auto rickshaw, boat and horse (horse being optional). Very rustic and amazing beauty, a great and easy day trip from Manila. Leave by 9am and youll be back by...More
Our hotel arranged for a travel guide to assist us with the Taal Volcano visit. We paid him for the boat ride, horse ride (500pp per person), and entrance fee to the mountain. We saved 2000pp by using our own transportation to the boats. The...More
But nature's beauty and fortitude against onslaught of "progress" is a thing to behold. A long time ago, the entire area surrounding Taal was fields, pasture. Now all free vista points are occupied by retail establishments which block the view from the road. Not only...More
It's a great day trip from Manila. Take a boat over to the volcano island. We took the horses going up the volcano and walked back down which we found being a great experience. On the way back you can experience steam coming out of...More