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Taal Volcano, Batangas Packages

    Taal Volcano in Batangas is known to be the smallest volcano in the world.   Currently, it is still active but is generally safe for volcano trekking adventure in the Philippines.  It is surrounded by Taal Lake (a.k.a Lake Bonbon) thus, many believed that it lies within another volcano and some call it “a volcano inside a volcano”. Interesting as it may seem, Taal Volcano continuously draws a lot of adventurers to its crater as well as sightseers and day travelers.

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    A scenic view of Taal Volcano can be obtained from Tagaytay Ridge in Cavite if you just want to have the pleasure of looking at it from afar.  It is situated 686 meters above the surface of the Taal Lake giving it a 360˚ sight of the volcano. There are picnic spots there which is a popular weekend getaway for families and barkadas because of its cool atmosphere and proximity to the metro.

    How to get there

    Taal volcano is about 60 km from Manila. A day trip from Manila to see the volcano from Tagaytay Ridge involves a 90- minute bus journey . There are three main roads that link Tagaytay City to the lake and the Taal Volcano. One is the Diokno Highway near the border to Nasugbu, Batangas other one is just behind the Tagaytay Rotunda (but this is a very steep road); and the most preferred way is the Ligaya Drive near the Tagaytay-Sta. Rosa road, which leads to the town of Talisay, Batangas. Talisay is the major jump-off point where boats are available to reach the volcano island.

    Taal Volcano Trek Packages

    Activities:

    Taal Volcano Trek Packages

    • Boat riding – be ready to get wet for a bumpy boat ride to cross to the crater as it is the only means of transportation. Takes about 30 to 60 minutes depending on the wind and wave conditions.
    • Horseback riding – going up the crater thru this mode will consume about 20 minutes.
    • Trekking – if you want a more difficult and challenging way to get up, go by foot, hiking up will take an hour
    • Sightseeing – the surrounding scenes can definitely wear out your tiredness from the rough trek trails. Enjoy the nature tracks that offers tranquil ambiance.

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