Disfrute de las vistas panorámicas del lago Taal y del volcán Taal desde el Palacio en el cielo, uno de los destinos más impresionantes de esta excursión de un día desde Manila. Te acompaña una guía informativa de Tagaytay Ridge, que se detiene en el camino en la iglesia parroquial de San José para ver al órgano de bambú Las Piñas de 200 años de edad. Termine en una fábrica de jeepney para ver la producción de estos populares vehículos de transporte de Filipinas. Incluye almuerzo filipino y transporte de ida y vuelta.
Visita panorámica de Tagaytay Ridge desde Manila
Atrapa las vistas panorámicas del volcán Taal y del lago Taal desde lo alto del palacio en el cielo
Recorra una fábrica de jeepney y vea el órgano de bambú Las Pinas en la Iglesia de San José con su guía local experto
Disfrute de un almuerzo de especialidades filipinas tradicionales.
Transporte hotelero ida y vuelta en autobús con aire acondicionado incluido.
Comience su viaje de un día completo con la recogida por la mañana en su hotel de Manila o Makati. Es un viaje panorámico hacia Tagaytay Ridge, un pintoresco mirador situado a una altura de 2,200 pies (671 metros).
En el camino, harás una parada en la iglesia parroquial de San José para echar un vistazo al órgano de bambú Las Piñas, cuyos 800 tubos de bambú crean un sonido único. Aprenda de su guía sobre este tesoro nacional, construido en el siglo XIX por el sacerdote español Padre Diego Cera.
Al llegar a Tagaytay, conduzca hasta la cima de Mt Gonzales hasta el "Palace in the Sky", una mansión imparcial del ex presidente filipino Ferdinand Marcos, que se convirtió en un enclave urbano llamado People's Park in the Sky. Desde aquí, disfrute del clima más fresco y la vista icónica que domina el volcán Taal, una isla en el centro del lago Taal y el segundo volcán más activo de Filipinas.
Al mediodía, pase por un restaurante local para disfrutar de un almuerzo de especialidades filipinas tradicionales.
Luego, visite una fábrica de jeepney para aprender sobre la producción de estas rarezas de Filipinas, conocidas por su decoración extravagante y sus asientos llenos de gente, construidos a partir de jeeps militares estadounidenses que quedaron de la Segunda Guerra Mundial.
En el viaje de regreso a Manila, deténgase en una plantación de piña o café para degustar productos locales, o visite uno de los talleres de tallado de madera que se encuentran en el borde de la carretera (si el tiempo lo permite).
The other reviews contain the details - the palace in the sky is pretty run-down, the views of Tagaytay are from a distance and on our trip - obscured by rain. Lunch was fine, and the Jeepney factory - was sad...
Really though - what sapped the energy from the tour was the guide. He had a very limited narration, consisting of few anecdotes per place and "now we are leaving city X and entering city Y" - once he'd done the bare minimum, he returned to chatting with the driver in tagalog. The tour guests felt like an afterthought
Quite expensive for what is included, this is actually called Panoramic Tagaytay by the organising company, and so is very sedate and a bit dull. Mostly just photo stops, and a scenic drive. My favourite part was the Jeepney factory and the Bamboo Organ, although I do admit that Tagaytay was beautiful, despite the wet day.
This was a really cool trip and highly recommended. First stop was where Jeepney's are made from the ground up. Great history on the Jeepney's and how they are customized per owner. The Las Pinas Organ was amazing and it sounded fantastic. From there it was off to Tagatay where we had a traditional Filipino lunch and then checked out the Palace in the Sky - amazing views of Taal Volcano and the lake. We even got to ride in a Jeepney up to the Palace! But the unexpected surprise was a stop on the way home at a small store that sold Civat Cat Coffee - coffee beans collected from the poop of the cat after they eat the coffee berries! What an experience!
This was a good day out, although it involved a lot of time in the minibus due to heavy traffic. We were picked up from the hotel at 0910 and returned at 1720. The visit to the church with the Bamboo Organ was very interesting, with a local guide showing us around. Next there was a visit to a Jeepney factory with time to take photos, followed by a visit to the deserted Marcus home where we had a drink from a young coconut. We then had a ride in a Jeepney, followed by lunch on Tagatay Ridge, overlooking the lake and the volcano. Lunch was nothing special, but there was a wide choice available. On the way home we had a free sample of the renowned coffee, made from beans which have passed though the intestines of a civit cat. No-one on the tour was very impressed, but we were glad of the opportunity to try it! A well-informed guide and an interesting day.
This tour is overpriced. You see the Tall Volcano and Palace in Sky from very far distance. Las Pinas Bamboo Organ is the Church.
We also went to Jeepney Factory. As it was on Saturday we were not able to see how they make Jeepney.
Tour Guide was good.
I loved Tagaytay, I wish I had more time to spend in that area. I was on my own and there was no one else joining me on the trip so I was treated like a VIP. The guide and driver were very nice and helpful and the trip was exactly as advertised, the pick up and drop off were very smooth and on time. I enjoyed it very much and would recommend it highly.
The tour by itself I would have probably rate a 4 - very much as described Fun sights, great views - well worth it. The trip was made amazing by our tour guide, Rolando. Rolando's knowledge far exceeded the paces we visited he shared so much about Filipino culture, other tours we should consider, some pitfalls we might run into while working here, some of which I had already run into. He was able to answer any question we threw at him. We were an extremely small group due to the Manny Pacquiao fight that day, but there was never a lull in the conversation.
I wish I had done this tour earlier in my visit as I think it would have help with adjusting to living and working here.
During my time here, I did do two tours booked on viator.com where Baron Travel was the local travel provider the other was the WWII Corregidor Island Tour, also well worth it and Baron Travel made it as easy as possible. I highly recommend this method, especially if you are not travel savvy, like myself - all you have to do is worry about being at your pick up location on time, the rest is taken care.
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