The smallest active volcano in the Philippines, it is really a beautiful volcano. It situated within a lake (Taal Lake) and within Taal Volcano lies the Taal Crater Lake. Tagaytay tourists love to admire the view of the volcano island called as ‘Taal’. Most of them are contented by simply admiring it from the ridge or highlands of Tagaytay, while some (but not a lot) of them would choose to cross the water and hike to take a closer look at its ‘crater lake’.
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By Car: Go to the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX), and from there, take the Eton Greenfield exit. Afterwards, just follow the signs that lead you to Sta. Rosa, and then eventually to Tagaytay.
Once you reach Tagaytay, go to Talisay Bay You can hire a tricycle that can take you to Talisay, and then take you back to the Tagaytay City proper. If you’re driving a car, from Tagaytay Rotonda, turn left to Tagaytay-Calamba road and slow down your driving so you can catch the sign that would say “Talisay – Laurel” or “Ligaya Drive” because you will turn right on this road. Now, hire a boat to take you to Taal Volcano Island.
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P1,000 – P3,000 – Renting a Boat to Taal volcano, 6 persons maximum capacity
P 100 per person – Entrance Fee
P 50 per boat – docking fee
P 500 guide fee for the whole group
P500 – Going up to Taal riding a horse, that comes along with a guide.
What To Do
Mountain Blimbing, Treking, Boating
Last modified: November 28, 2017