Drive up to Tagaytay City for a panoramic view of Taal Lake and Volcano from the Palace in the Sky. In the afternoon, visit the "Walled City" of Intramuros, walk old cobbled streets to San Agustin Church and see the Spanish fortress Fort Santiago.
It was my first time in Manila and I had a great time! I enjoyed going to Tagaytay in particular, I couldn't have gone there on my own. And it wasn't just the guide, the driver also spoke very good English so there weren't any problems with communication. I'm really thankful!
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Discover the Wonders of Tagaytay
Begin the sightseeing adventure with a drive to Tagaytay City, famous for its remarkable scenery and cool climate. See the Taal Lake in Batangas and catch a panoramic view of the Taal Volcano, the world's smallest active volcano.
Explore the People's Park in the Sky
Enjoy a visit to the People's Park in the Sky. The area was once the site of an incomplete mansion commissioned by former President Marcos, but was reclaimed after the revolution and converted into an urban park.The Shrine of Our Lady, Mother of Fair Love, is also situated within the premises.
Savor a Hearty Lunch
Delight in Filipino cuisine for lunch at one of the local restaurants in the area. Enjoy an arresting view of the lake and volcano as you dine.
Transfer to Manila American Cemetery and Memorial via Forbes Park
The tour around Manila starts with a drive through Forbes Park, home to many of the country's wealthiest families, See gorgeous houses as you make your way to the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial located in Fort Bonifacio.
Visit the Largest American Memorial Site Outside the U.S.
The cemetery contains the most number of graves of American soldiers who died during World War II. From the memorials, see an impressive view of the lowlands and Laguna de Bay. The site is also deemed to be the most beautiful American memorial outside the United States.
See the Old City of Manila
Cruise by the nostalgic Roxas Boulevard to the old city of Manila. Stop by Rizal Park, a historical urban park named in honor of Dr. Jose Rizal, the national hero of the Philippines. It is also one of the most frequented tourist attractions in Manila.
Visit the Historic Intramuros
Enjoy a stroll at the "walled city" of Intramuros and visit the San Agustin Church, the country's oldest stone church. The magnificent architecture and design are sure to take your breath away!
Stop by the Historical Fortress where Rizal Spent His Last Days
End the tour with a visit to the historical Spanish fortress in Fort Santiago where Dr. Jose Rizal spent his last days and wrote the famous poem, Mi Último Adiós (My Last Farewell), on the eve of his execution in 1986.
Drop-off at Select Hotels in Metro Manila
We start the day with a drive up to the picturesque city of Tagaytay. Located on a ridge 2,250 feet above sea level, the city offers crisp cool air and the perfect vantage point for panoramic views of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano, the "lake within a volcano within a lake within a volcano". Enjoy the best view from atop the Palace in the Sky, the rest house of late former President Ferdinand Marcos.
Lunch stop is at a restaurant overlooking the lake - the perfect atmosphere for taking in the view as we feast on local cuisine and delicacies - before we drive back down to Metro Manila.
Visit the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial in Fort Bonifacio, reputed to be the largest and most beautiful of American memorials outside the Continental United States. Get a glimpse of Makati City's bustling district on the way to the capital city of Manila, traveling via the scenic Roxas Boulevard (formerly Dewey Boulevard, in honor of American Admiral George Dewey). We also pass through Rizal Park (or Luneta), execution site of Dr. Jose Rizal, the country's national hero. The Rizal Monument, located in the park, is one of the most famous sculptural landmarks in the Philippines.
Last stop of the day is the historic "Walled City" of Intramuros, rich with church ruins, ancient walls and other relics of the Spanish Conquistadors. We will walk the cobbled streets to San Agustin Church, the oldest stone church in the country and part of the UNESCO World Heritage listed Baroque Churches of the Philippines. We will wrap up with a visit to the Spanish fortress Fort Santiago where Dr. Jose Rizal spent his last days and wrote the famous "Mi Ultimo Adios" or "My Last Farewell."
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It was my first time in Manila and I had a great time! I enjoyed going to Tagaytay in particular, I couldn't have gone there ...on my own. And it wasn't just the guide, the driver also spoke very good English so there weren't any problems with communication. I'm really thankful!
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