If you want to cool down this summer and can’t afford the long hours of traveling to Baguio, why not try going to Tagaytay. It’s just a couple of hours travel from Manila and there are lots of fun yet cheap things a family can do, including going to Tagaytay’s playground – the Picnic Grove.
Picnic Grove offers a panoramic view of the Taal Volcano. Most of the visitors bring food with them to have picnic inside. By the way, entrance fee to Picnic Grove is now Php 50 and another Php 50 for vehicle parking. There are lots of cottages available in the picnic park which could be rented for at least Php 150.
Tagaytay’s famous picnic park is also known for its camping sites, eco-adventure trail, and horseback riding adventures. Adults and kids alike can enjoy an hour of horseback riding for the following rates: Big-Php200; Small-Php150. If you want to go to adventure trail, there is an additional fee of Php 150.
One of Tagaytay Picnic Grove’s attractions nowadays is the Tagaytay Ridge Zipline and Cable Car. It’s a breathtaking ride of up to 60km/hour as you fly high on a zipline to up to 300 feet off the ground. Don’t worry, professionally trained staff will assist you and ensure that every second of experience is safe enough to be tried.
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