Taal Volcano

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  • Address: Taal Volcano, Batangas, Philippines, Manila
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Geological Formation, View Point, Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Adventure, Nature

Taal Volcano - Review

Philippines’ second most active volcano, Taal Volcano is located at a distance of about 60 kilometres from Manila. A beautiful lake is nestled within the volcano giving it surreal beauty, offering panoramic views. There have been 33 eruptions in the volcano since the 16th century. A geological wonder, the volcano is located on an island and has a lake within it. The island has a complex topography and consists of forty seven overlapping cones and craters. It makes for a thrilling trekking and hiking destination. There are a host of activities that await the adventure enthusiast like canoeing, horse riding and volcano trekking.

The second most active volcano, it houses a beautiful lake nestled within it which makes it an attraction not to be missed. Although it is an important natural attraction, there is no entry fee to it. Which is to say that there are no ticket prices for Taal Volcano. The best way to explore this place is to take up a guided tour that offers you the best deal. Taal Volcano tickets are easily available with us. You just need to book and explore with readily available tickets for Taal Volcano with us. Taal Volcano ticket prices come along with a whole range of other things as well.

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Taal Volcano Information

  • You can get to the volcano via Tanauan or Tagaytay city. After you reach Talisay, you can rent a boat that takes you on a tour of the volcano
  • If you plan to trek the volcano, come prepared with comfortable shoes, enough water and sun gear.

How To reach Taal Volcano by Public Transport

  • From manila, you can hire a cab or take a bus to Tagaytay or Tanauan.

Restaurants Near Taal Volcano

  • Raphael’s Filipino Restaurant
  • Fire Lake Grill

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TripHobo Highlights for Taal Volcano

  • Taal Volcano Address: Taal Volcano, Batangas, Philippines, Manila
  • Taal Volcano Timing: 24-hrs
  • Taal Volcano Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Taal Volcano(preferred time): 08:00 am - 02:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Taal Volcano: 03:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Taal Volcano

  • 95% of people who visit Manila include Taal Volcano in their plan

  • 53.32% of people start their Taal Volcano visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Taal Volcano

Tuesday, Friday and Saturday

61.6% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Taal Volcano

People normally club together Taal Volcano and Taal Lake while planning their visit to Taal Volcano.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Taal Volcano Trips

Taal Volcano, Manila Reviews

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  • Favorite experience in the Philippines! After the long bus ride(4 hours in traffic) to Taygaytay from Makati, we got a 25 minute trike ride for 200 pesos to drive us down the windy twisty road to the lake. He took us to the boat place and said he would wait to take us up again for 300 more(didn’t need to pay till back at top). At the boat place they sat us sown and laid out the costs, around 2750 pesos without guide and horse. Guide and horse ride on the island were optional and you can choose to add them separately when you get there, we chose to get a guide for 500 pesos and it was worth it as he can act as photographer as well. The traditional boat with motor took about half an hour to get us to the island. There we got the guide, Michael, who I highly recommend, he says he does one trip a week on the weekend. The views on the volcano are great and you could even go down to the “hot spring” in the crater and swim as it isn’t too hot and only 3% sulfur. The people on the island will try to sell you photos of you that they took for 350 with frame or 100 without each, we paid 300 for one with a frame to support the community there. You may prefer to buy the photos without the frames, feel free to bargain.

  • just tried trekking taal volcano and it's nice specially for beginners.

  • Great view point from above, hike up is a bit hard, there is an option to ride a mile as well.

  • It's a nice place to visit. An easy 40 minutes walk. No need for horse or guide, which is pushed upon you when you set foot on the island

  • Beautiful trip with boat and then horse ride or on foot up to the volcano top with view to the inner crater lake (100°C).

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