Overlooking Taal Volcano
After spending and reflecting at Caleruega, we hopped a jeepney ride on our way back to Tagaytay City. This place reminds me of Baguio but with a different view and attractions. The climate was cool compare to Metro Manila so no wonder that many people flocked to this place to relax. We took our lunch at Max's Restaurant and had some coffee break at Starbucks.
lunch at Max's
with Susan, Joy, Nelson
Cathy, Vher, Emjei, Mommy Jane and kids
At the back of those establishments are the magnificent view of Taal Volcano, one of the smallest volcano in the world. It has a great view on top of highland since Tagaytay was on top of Batangas. It covered a great view of Taal Volcano and Taal Lake as well. It is one of the major attraction of the city aside from cool breeze of air.
Beautiful Taal Lake
let's view Taal
very nice view
my solo shot
that's Taal Volcano
Joy, Emjei, Cathy and Nelson
with Taal Lake at the background
It was a great experience with the team and we enjoyed our short stay in Tagaytay. We also bought our pasalubong at Mahogany Market such as Batangas beef (famous in the country), pineapples and some fruits. It was a great pleasure to have us relax and enjoy the scenic view of Tagaytay. Until next bonding time! :)
How to get there:
Via Car/Van - If you are coming from Manila, take the South Luzon Express Way (SLEX) and exit to Sta. Rosa, Laguna. Going to the right is on the way to Tagaytay.
Other route will be along Aguinaldo Highway via Coastal Road. Passing the towns and cities of Cavite such as Bacoor, Imus, Dasmarinas and Silang, But mind you the traffic along Aguinaldo Highway. It will take you 3 hours before you reach Tagaytay.