What To Expect
From Manila, we drive to Tagaytay, one of the cooler spots in the tropical country of the Philippines. On the way up, we make a stop at San Jose Church in Las Pinas to see the world famous 19th century Bamboo Organ built by Spanish priest Father Diego Cera. Made from about 800 bamboo pieces, the organ is said to produce a unique sound.
Besides its cool climate, the panoramic views of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano (the inception-like "lake within a volcano within a lake within a volcano") is one of the biggest draws of Tagaytay for tourists and locals alike. Located on a ridge 2,200 feet above sea level, the city offers awe inspiring vistas from several vantage points, including atop the Palace in the Sky, the resthouse of former President Ferdinand Marcos.
You will also have a chance to visit a local jeepney assembly plant and observe how this iconic mode of transportation unique to the country is built.
Time permitting, you may also get a chance to sample local produce at one of the many pineapple or coffee (two of the main agricultural products of the province of Cavite) plantations around. You may also buy various woodcrafted souvenirs by the roadside along the way.
Services of an English-speaking tour guide
All entrance fees
Drinks during lunch
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Children below 2 years old are free of charge.
Children must be accompanied by at least one adult.
Hotel pick-up may be up to an hour before departure time.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.
4 days / 3 nights
7 hours and 30 minutes