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Visit scenic Tagaytay and the city of Manila, the capital of the Philippines, with this guided, full-day, Super Saver combo tour. First, travel to the holiday town of Tagaytay, featuring Taal Volcano Island, an active volcano surrounded by Taal Lake. Then explore Manila, home to the baroque, 16th-century, San Agustin Church as well as Fort Santiago, a storied citadel and military prison. Lunch, any necessary entrance fees, plus a Manila hotel pickup and drop-off included.
  • Manila and Tagaytay combo sightseeing tours
  • Admire gorgeous panoramic views of Tagaytay’s Taal Volcano and Taal Lake
  • Enjoy a lunch of traditional Filipino dishes and popular regional specialties
  • Explore Manila's historic Intramuros area and visit Fort Santiago and San Agustin Church, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Round-trip hotel transport by air-conditioned vehicle included
This exciting Super Saver tour begins with a hotel pickup in Manila. Then, it’s a 1-hour drive to the scenic city of Tagaytay, a popular holiday town south of Manila on the Philippine island Luzon. Tagaytay sits on a ridge above Taal Volcano Island, an active volcano surrounded by Taal Lake. Upon arrival, see the Lake while exploring the People's Park in the Sky, also called People's Park. This historic urban park was converted from an incomplete mansion known as the Palace in the Sky, the home of former President Ferdinand Marcos.

Break for lunch at a local restaurant to sample some traditional Filipino cuisine as well as popular regional dishes, then hit the road back to Manila for the remainder of the day.

In Manila, visit the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial, which contains the largest number of graves of US military from World War II — a total of 17,201 souls, most of whom lost their lives in operations in New Guinea and the Philippines. Then experience the hustle of the City of Makati, the Philippines’ financial center, and travel along busy Roxas Boulevard, a popular waterfront promenade.

Also, visit Rizal Park, a historical urban park; San Agustin Museum, adjacent to the landmark church and monastery; and Fort Santiago, a citadel first built by Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi for the then-newly established city of Manila — a key feature of the famous Walled City of Manila, referred to as Intramuros.

This full-day tour ends with a hotel drop-off.


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, Jul 2018

Very comprehensive personal service. We had a great time.

, Mar 2018

This was an excellent tour combining three important locations into one day. The guide and the driver were pleasant, knowledgeable, and very helpful. I have some difficulty walking and climbing stairs. Both the driver and the guide went out of their way to be certain I had assistance and remained safe. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the experience and appreciated the attention to detail. I recommend this tour highly.

, Jan 2018

if in Manila the tour is a must to see the sights of Manila and the Taal Volcano. The guide was good and gave us enough time for all the components of the visit. Lunch was ok. The van was comfortable. I found the fellow passengers made the day even better: two from Melbourne and four from San Francisco. Highly recommend it.

, Oct 2017

Great tour to see Manila and the Taal Volcano. It was a wonderful day. So happy we did the tour. The lunch was also good. Really nice getting out of the city for part of the tour too.

, Oct 2017

Guide, transportation, and lunch were great. Nice choice for seeing some nature and some traditional spots in Manila.

, Jul 2017

Omar was a wonderful guide. Very knowledgeable and informative the whole tour. Would take another tour with him again.

, Apr 2017

poor tour
- too much time spent travelling and picking up other people for morning and afternoon tours
- no view due to the mist
- lunch was poor at a fried chicken restaurant
- wasted time at a coffee producers
- not worth the money

, Feb 2017

The tour was very enjoyable. Our guide was excellent with a wealth of knowledge on the area and its history. Our driver also did an excellent job keeping us all comfortable. Even though I booked this excursion the evening before, the tour company scheduled to pick us up at our hotel in Quezon City. Not being sure we would be able to get a pickup arranged we took a taxi to the designated hotel downtown, however, I received an email the morning of the tour about picking us up. So, the pickup and dropoff is a great benefit of the tour. Lunch in Tagaytay was delicious and plentiful. Do plan on a very full day 8 am to 7 pm if it is busy on the streets or on the weekend in Tagaytay. All in all, I highly recommend this tour.

, Feb 2017

We loved this tour! We started with a trip to Tagaytay which was very scenic and offered us a glimpse into the lives the of locals. We arrived at the lunch destination which gave us a breath-taking view of the Taal volcano. Lunch was also very delicious and seemed to be very representative of the local cuisine. We were dropped off at our hotel later than we expected, but this was primarily due to the heavy traffic. There were some locations that we would like to have stayed at longer, but we feel that we were still able to hit all of the major highlights we wanted to see in Manila through this tour option. Our tour guide was also very knowledgeable and accommodating to us as well as others on the tour with us.

, Jan 2017

We had an absolutely amazing time on this tour with Omar and Oswald. We had a nice overview of the city as well as Tagaytay and the Taal Volcano. Would definitely recommend this tour to others.

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