Things To Do In Tagaytay

Things to do in Tagaytay

Our Top 7 Things to Do In Tagaytay

Tagaytay is well known for giving you a great view of the Taal Volcano and it attracts lots of visitors because there are a number of things that you can do while here. Tagaytay has great weather, scenery, and lots of restaurants that will suit even the most discerning palate. To know more about things you can do in Tagaytay, read on and start planning your trip to Tagaytay.

Things To Do In Tagaytay 1 – Pay Taal Volcano a visit

There are tour packages that take you to the volcanic island which is located at the heart of Taal Lake. The tour will start from Batangas’ nearest town and it will only take about 15 minutes before you get to enjoy the stunning view and great scenery.

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Things To Do In Tagaytay 2 – Eat with delight

Tagaytay is known for its restaurants that offer an array of different cuisines.

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Sonia’s Garden, Bag of Beans, and Antonio’s are some of the well-known restaurants that offer the best food in Tagaytay. There are also great dessert places you can try.

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Things To Do In Tagaytay 3 – It’s a great place for rest and relaxation

A lof people also go to Tagaytay because it has a number of places that offer spa treatments. There are places you can go where they’ll offer you a sauna, Jacuzzi, massage, and spa treatments.

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So if you wish to unwind with a great view, visit Tagaytay.

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Things To Do In Tagaytay 4 – Amazing Parks

There are a number of parks that you can visit here and a few golf courses where you can practice your swing.

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You can go to the Picnic Grove, Sky Ranch theme park or even go horseback riding with your kids.

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These are just to name a few, but you will find many recreational activities here.

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Things To Do In Tagaytay 5 – Fresh produce can easily be bought here

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When you are already on your way home, you can stop by greeneries, and even stores that are located at the side of the road that sells fresh fruits. There are also stalls with herb plants for sale.

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Things To Do In Tagaytay 6 – The Puzzle Mansion is worth visiting

It has the largest collection of puzzles in the world and the owner, Gina Gil-Lacuna, has a Guinness world record to prove it. She also has a place called Puzzle Mansion Bed and Breakfast. Aside from their collection of puzzles, this place is also known for having really good coconut cream pie.

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Things To Do In Tagaytay 7 – Sonya’s Garden should not be missed

This is a restaurant renowned for serving food that is fresh and their pasta is really good.

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You can also take your partner here for a romantic dinner because of the ambiance and the view.

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These are the best things to do in Tagaytay so make sure to add them to your list and your experience will be unforgettable.

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Our Top 7 Things To Do In Tagaytay – by Ysabel Carballo
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