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Hi, I’d like to go for the day from Manila with my family of 5 (3 kids from 8 to 15). I’d prefer a private tour/guide but don’t want to spend gazillions...
Hi there, The cheapest way is to rent a car & use Waze to get there. Once there you just need to pay for the boat ride to the island about 2000 pesos for the boat for everyone. Then a horse ride up the volcano is another 500 pesos person at the ticket counter on Taal island. There is no need for tour guide as everyone speaks English plus it is just a volcano attraction there. So just buy the tickets and ask around to get around. Only be prepared to haggle to get a good deal. Plus to avoid the heat try to get there early or late afternoon.
Hi all, I want to trek to the Volcano but I am a solo traveler. Is there any tour company that creates groups to visit this place instead of me paying a very expensive fare? As well, I have read about the heat and lack of shade, so is there any company that goes there quite quite early to beat the chaos and the heat. Cheers Julian
Best to contact a local travel agent handling domestic tours or the Dept. of Tourism .
Hi again, I was a bit unclear asking the previous question - I want to take a weekend trip to climb Taal and Pinatubo. I would land around 5am on Wednesday and - hopefully - go back at 8pm on Thursday (yes yes, not your typical weekend, well, i have atypical schedule). As far as I know, Pinatubo takes longer, so I would do Taal on the second day - do you think it’s possible to go early in the morning (from Manila), hike to the top and back, and go back to Manila (not hiking, by bus or Jeep or...?) and be at the airport at 6pm? If so, where do I take that transportation, how long does it take, and how much does it cost? Also, how long does the hike take?
It is possible to do that if there is no traffic. We hired “Tourist Driver” but his booking clearly states that you must not be flying out for the next 15 hours on the day of the tour. If all goes well and you start your journey before 6am, you should be at the airport by 3pm using tollways on the return. If you hire a private car, Your driver should adjust the tour start time to ensure you make your flight
Hi! How to get there from Manila? And how long does it take to hike and go back to Manila again? (I’m wondering if a weekend trip will be enough)
You can either rent a car or take a bus from directly from Manila. Getting a Ride to Tagaytay There are many ways to get to Tagaytay. Most tourists travel to Tagaytay directly from Manila. The trip can take between 1 to 1.5 hours by jeepney, bus, or private car. Although it will take longer, it is cheaper to take a bus from the Pasay terminal to Tagaytay. Buses depart frequently from the Costal Mall area. Look for a bus which says “Nasugbu via Tagaytay” on it’s destination sign. Be sure to double check with the driver if the bus makes stops at Olivarez or Rotonda. Get off at one of these stops since there is not a bus terminal in Tagaytay. Crow/Crown Bus Lines is among the most trusted bus companies which run routes to Tagaytay. The cost of a one-way trip from Manila to Tagaytay is around 100 pesos. Although public transportation is cheaper, if you need to take a lot of baggage, or are traveling with a number of friends, it may be more convenient to rent a FX Jeep at the Starmall in Mandaluyong. The FX Jeeps park near the EDSA. Driving to Tagaytay If you have a car or are renting one, you can easily drive to Tagaytay. There are two main ways. Take the Roxas Boulevard to the Manila-Cavite Expressway/Costal Road. Turn onto Emilio Aguinaldo Highway which will lead you to the main rotunda of Tagaytay. Drive on the South Luzon Expressway, and take the exit at Sta. Rosa. Take the first right after getting off, and follow the signs directly to Tagaytay. Getting Around the City Tagaytay is not a large city, and it is quite easy to get around. Public transportation is provided by jeepneys and trikes. If you are planning to visit such popular locations as People’s Park in the Sky, the Good Shepherd Convent, or the Japanese Garden, take a jeepney near Olivarez Plaza. Look for a jeepney with a sign for “People’s Park in the Sky.” If you want to visit Tagaytay City Hall, Mahogany Market, or Tagaytay International Convention Center, you can take a jeepney from Olivarez Plaza which has a destination sign reading, “Nasugbu.” It is possible to also take a trike from this location, the cost is usually three times as much. Although many transportation fees are fixed, you may be able to negotiate the fare if you decide to rent a private vehicle and tour guide. Remember to stay safe when you are taking public transportation, and to keep your eyes on your belongings while you are traveling.
HI, Read your comment about Taal and you mentioned you camped. Wanted to ask if it is legal to camp there and where exactly we can? You also mentioned its super hot so will May be possible to camp or too hot?
No you can not camp in Taal but you can Trek or Horseback ride to go up and down to the Crater. It cost $700 for the horse and comes with a Guide.
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