Tagaytay is a famous place for travelers who wanted to get away from the city and breathe. Out of all places you can visit in this part of Cavite, here are some of the must-see affordable tourist spots in Tagaytay you should definitely visit!
Located in the province of Cavite, Tagaytay offers unique places perfect for those people who want to escape the city bustles and enjoy the nature. No need to visit Baguio for a cool weather cause Tagaytay is much closer to Manila. Other than nature, visitors at Tagaytay can also delve into their spiritual needs, enjoy amusement theme parks and hang out at gardens with lush trees and flowers.
Make your trip to Tagaytay worth it by filling in your itinerary! We listed down some of the best places you should visit when in Tagaytay.
8. Our Lady of Manaoag at Tierra de Maria
Tagaytay’s churches are one of the best places to visit if you want to pray and thank the man above for your everyday blessings. Located at Tierra Maria, the Our Lady of Manaoag church offers an ambiance worthy of enhancing your spiritual needs. Other than the main church, there is also a fish spa and wishing well you can enjoy spending your time at.
Visiting Hours: 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM
7. Puzzle Mansion
Home of the largest jigsaw puzzle collection in the world, the Puzzle Mansion is a truly must-see place in Tagaytay. Its owner is the current Guinness World Record Holder of the said title awarded last November 2012. Aside from the jigsaw puzzles, visitors can also indulge in miniature buildings, 3D, 2D puzzles and more. Be it any form, shape or size. Also, you can find millions of pieces of any puzzles here and purchase it for your own. What’s more is you can find the biggest puzzle in the world which is 33,600-piece puzzle!
8:00 AM to 6:00 PM (Mon-Fri)
8:00 AM to 7:00 PM (Saturday and Sunday)
6. Sonya’s Garden
Sonya’s Garden was initially built just for the owner, Sonya Garcia herself but was later opened to the public. The place features a heavenly garden for nature loving people who want to unwind and escape from the city bustles. You can also stay there for a bed and breakfast meal. Check out their restaurant’s official page here.
5. Tagaytay Picnic Grove
This 13.5-hectare Picnic Grove is no doubt one of the most visited recreational parks in Tagaytay. Be it with your family, friends or lovers, the place offers the relaxation and the ambiance of peace that you’re looking for. Aside from the park’s picnic spots, there are also other attractions you can try like horseback riding, eco trail, cable car and the zip line that offers up to 300 feet from above the ground thrill experience.
Entrance Fee: Php 50.00
One-way: Php 200.00 (Weekday)
Php 300.00 (Weekends and Holidays)
Two-way zip: add Php 100.00
Horseback Riding: Php 150.00-200.00 per hour
4. People’s Park In The Sky
Originally called the Palace In The Sky, the People’s Park offers a long trail walk for visitors. The vicinity is considered as the highest point in Tagaytay. Hence, you can see a very wide and beautiful scenery at the top. If you’re not into walking long trails and you just want to reach the top scenery, tricycles can also be ridden for around Php 120.00.
Entrance Fee: Php 30.00
Of course, we can’t forget this theme park that features the tallest Ferris wheel in the Philippines at 207 feet tall, the Sky Eye. Not only does Skyranch has the Sky Eye, but there are also tons of attraction inside the park. Prices for the attractions like Sky Eye, Viking, Log Coaster, Flying Bus, Wonder Flight, Jump Around, zip line and other attractions are NOT included in the entrance fee.
Monday to Friday: Php 80.00
Saturday and Sunday and Holidays: Php 100.00
Note: Free entrance for children 3ft and below
Monday – Friday: 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Sat-Sun: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Holidays: 8:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Paradizoo is perfect for those who want to bond with their families and that are kids at heart. The zoo themed park offers visitors to interact with various animals and also has a vegetable and flower garden for people to feast their eyes at.
Entrance Fee: Php 199.00
Php 149.00 for Children 3ft-4ft
Note: Free entrance for children 3ft and below
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Open daily from Monday-Sunday)
1. Taal Volcano Hike
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A Tagaytay trip isn’t complete if you haven’t seen the Taal Volcano. You can have a great view of the volcano by walking at its crater lake. You can choose between a safe boat ride tour to Taal Lake or delve in a Taal Crater Lake Trekking adventure to enter the innermost visitable place in the vicinity.
If you’ve been to Tagaytay, what place do you like the most? Share it with us in the comments down below and stay tuned for more travel and food updates!