My friends and I went there to experience it and we had soooo much fun. I was a bit tiring cause instead of riding a horse we chose to trek. Hahahah! Make sure to bring drinks like Gatorade or water it's that long though. =)...More
About Lake Taal
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• Many agents in land side, their price is very flexible, REMEMBER bargain, • Private (charter) boat is comparative quick but experience not too good, narrow, no cover and expect get wet for sure, • Regular public ferry to island side is much cheaper, can...More
Riding the boat on the Taal lake just like riding a boat in the sea, they have some wave as the wind is blowing quite hard during my visit and splashing around everyone on the boat during the way back.
In this time we tried to inquire where could be the best take off point to traverse the lake to the island volcano. We were preparing for a group tour so i have to get the details. The other choices could be the viewing and...More
How to get there? If you don’t have a car, one option that you can consider to go to Taal Lake is ride a tricycle. It cost 500 pesos back and forth. It may sound expensive but I think it’s worth it because driving to...More
Nothing much to see in the lake except floating fish cages. I went there because it was in my bucket list (Vulcan Point: an island in a lake on an island in a lake on an island...)
Taal lake is one of the most notable tourist spots in the country. the world's smallest active volcano. although getting here is a bit exhausting, but it is worth it. you can go to the lake either by hiking or by riding a horse.