Philippines’ second most active volcano, Taal Volcano is located at a distance of about 60 kilometers from Manila. A beautiful lake is nestled within the volcano giving it surreal beauty and 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.
Taal Volcano Travel Tips
- 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.
- Trekking or hiking on Taal Volcano is an easy endeavor for amateurs and beginners too. There is an option of hiring a horse to the top of the Volcano if hiking is not an option you’d like to consider.
How to Reach Taal Volcano
- Hire a tricycle or jeepney from Tagaytay to Talisay.
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94.87% of people who visit Tagaytay include Taal Volcano in their plan
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77.75% of people start their Taal Volcano visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Taal Volcano
93.4% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Taal Volcano