Tagaytay is growing in popularly as a popular choice for both local and international visitors who want to have a day trip or quick weekend getaway.
- Fun Things To Do
- Hike to Taal Lake
- Try The Puzzle Mansion
- Enjoy The Sky Ranch
- Ejoy Staying Sonya’s Garden
- Go To Picnic Grove
- Visit Lady of Manaoag at Tierra de Maria
- Enjoy More Sightseeing
- Visit Museo Orlina
- Where to Stay in Tagaytay Philippines
- Wrapping Up
People love to come to Tagaytay for different reasons, such as the cooler climate, scenic and refreshing sights.
And different variety of restaurants offering gastronomic delights to all visitors.
Fun Things To Do
If you are in planning to have a quick escape from the hustle and bustle of the metropolitan areas.
While you are in Tagaytay, here is our list of things to do in Tagaytay Philippines.
Hike to Taal Lake
For people with an adventurous streak, a great activity you should definitely try is to go on boat ride tours to and around Taal Lake.
As well as to go on a Trekking adventure around Taal Crater Lake. It’s definitely one of the more popular things to do in Tagaytay.
In case you don’t know it yet, Taal Volcano is the smallest active volcano in the world.
And seeing it for yourself is an experience you will surely treasure for a lifetime.
Try The Puzzle Mansion
The Puzzle Mansion serves as the home of the largest jigsaw puzzles collection of the world.
Gina Lacuna, a jigsaw puzzle aficionado and Tagaytay locale, decided to convert the rest house of her family to a gallery type museum and bed and breakfast.
You can find puzzles with irregularly shaped and tiny pieces, 3D and 2D puzzles, puzzles made from wood, puzzles that take the shape of vases or balls when solved, as well as puzzles of renowned landmarks of the world.
There is also a framed piece of the world’s biggest commercial puzzle with a height of 17 feet and width of 6 feet recently solved by Lacuna and composed of more than 32,000 pieces.
You might be inspired to shop for your own jigsaw puzzles when you visit the Puzzle Mansion. And there are plenty for you to choose from at the souvenir shop that you can take home with you and solve.
Enjoy The Sky Ranch
If you are travelling with kids to Tagaytay, one great place you can visit is the Sky Ranch.
The leisure park is filled with different activities such as horseback riding as well as a mini-amusement theme park.
The Sky Eye is the primary attraction here, which is currently the country’s tallest Ferris Wheel with the height of 63 meters and composed of 32 air-conditioned gondolas.
Both adults and kids can choose from the different rides and an exciting zip line that lets you zip down while basking in the scenic views.
The entrance fee is between PHP 80.00 to PHP 100.
Ejoy Staying Sonya’s Garden
Sonya’s Garden is a picturesque bed and breakfast. With a restaurant you can indulge in healthy meals while surrounded by a lush garden setup.
There are beaches and romantic set amidst tree branches and hanging vines perfect for photos. And tons of Instagram-worthy details like the flowers in bowls of water, rare plants and mosaic tiles.
This romantic setting made the Sonya’s Garden as a famous destination wedding venue and a perfect spot for those who are in a honeymoon.
Go To Picnic Grove
Tagaytay Picnic Grove is more for the adventure filled Tagaytay trip. There are activities like zip lining, horseback riding and a short cable car round trip.
As well as a serene walk through their eco-trail that gives some awesome views of Taal Volcano and Lake. Also there are shops here and souvenirs.
The entrance fee is between PHP 50.00.
Visit Lady of Manaoag at Tierra de Maria
The Philippines is a very religious country and as a result you will find some magnificent religious shrines in Philippines.
This is a quiet, peaceful and a solemn place. It is the place to visit on any given Holy Week. There is a lot of devotees coming in to pray and buy souvenirs.
Enjoy More Sightseeing
The most famous tourist attractions you can find in Tagaytay includes Paradizoo and Cliffhouse, People’s Park in the Sky and Taal Lake.
For those who are searching for a place for a picnic and some picture taking of Taal Volcano view in the background, then Picnic Grove is a great choice.
Visit Museo Orlina
Museo Orlina boasts the artistry of worldwide acclaimed pioneer of glass sculpture in the Philippines, which is Ramon Orlina.
You’ll find music festivals with a packed lineup of popular local artists and other times you’ll find stalls full of street art for sale.
Check there website to see the latest up coming events.
Where to Stay in Tagaytay Philippines
Tagaytay has a good supply of guest houses, hostels and hotels. Here are a few places to check out if you are planning to visit Tagaytay Philippines.
Remember to check the reviews and book a place that suits you interests while traveling.
An Oasis in Tagaytay
Rating 9.4, Prices start from $36 for an apartment with Balcony
An Oasis in Tagaytay offers an outdoor pool. The apartment features 1 bedroom, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, an equipped kitchenette with a microwave and a toaster, and a bathroom with a bath.
Rating 9.1, Prices start from $54 for a studio with Balcony
Featuring a balcony that opens up to lake views, Free WiFi is provided. There is a fully equipped kitchen with a fridge, microwave and electric kettle. Private bathroom is fitted with a hot shower, bidet and hairdryer.
Blissful Hill Tagaytay Condotel
Rating 9.5, Prices start from $45 for Apartment
Blissful Hill Tagaytay Condotel offers air-conditioned accommodation with a balcony and free WiFi. Guests are welcome to go for a swim in the outdoor pool.
This 1-bedroom apartment comes with a kitchen, a seating area, and a cable flat-screen TV.
Finally, Tagaytay is definitely a must visit place in the Philippines. With so many different things to do in Tagaytay, that you can do with your friends or family. You can be assured that you will have a great time.
And that’s it for now! I’d love to know if this guide on the things to do in Tagaytay Philippines has helped you. Let me know if you have any questions and let me know if you go.