Friday, April 19, 2019

Things To Do In Tagaytay

If you are tired of the city and wanted to have a relax time near in the city, Tagaytay is one of the best for you. They are known for being near in the city but at the same time, you will experience being in the province. And not only that, Tagaytay is known for its cold weather unsual to the temperature in the whole Philippines. 

So now, I will share with you the things that you can do when you visit the small city of Tagaytay:

1. Tagaytay Day Tour

In this tour, it will give you a chance for a quick trip in the most popular spots in Tagaytay like Gingerbread House, Sonya´s Garden, Mahoogany Market, Good Shephers, Picnic Grove and more. As well as the breathtaking views of Taal lake and Taal Volcano. Ang ofcourse, try the local´s specialty called Bulalo made by cooking beef shanks and marrow bones.




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2. Nature Wellness Spa

To fully experience a relaxation in Tagaytay, you should try the Nature Wellness Spa. Enjoy a massage or scrub. As well the spa´s distinctive brand of ecotherapy or healing by and through nature. 
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3. Paradizoo

Another place to visit that is available for all ages is the Paradizoo. It is a 10 hectare land to discover nature and wildlife. They offer you an encounter with your favorite farm animals and get to feed them and flower gardens. 


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4. Zoori at Residence Inn

Another zoo that you can visit is Zoori. Aside from animals, they offer you a scenic view of Taal Volcano while having fan with different animals. Animals that you can see are Serpentarium, Eagles Ridge, Aviary and zoo ground. Aside from all of it, you can also experience to go on an exhilarating scenic bike zip or cable car. 


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5. Taal Private Hike

One of the trends right now is hiking. So Tagaytay city also offers a Taal Private Hike which allows you to hike in the smalles volcano in the Philippines. 


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2 comments:

  1. Great pictures! Tagaytay looks like a lovely place to visit!

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  2. Looks like so much fun!! I would love to visit here one day!

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