Manila AND Taal TOUR
Manila TOUR AND Taal Lake Tour: Trek to Taal Volcano, Visit Intramuros, Rizal Park & Harbor Bay
Taal Volcano is a must-see for walking enthusiasts and families for its stunning view and the horse ride to the top. Manila, unknown to many, has much to offer in sightseeings as well. In a Private Van, head for Taal tour in the morning, and visit Intramuros & Rizal Park until sunset, in Harbor Bay.
Full Day Tour w/ Private Van: Enjoy Taal Volcano and Manila Tour in a single day trip!
- Pick up with our 7-seater Hyundai Starex private van (6 AM)
- Road to Taal Volcano
- Boat from Taal lake to the Volcano
- Trek to the top of the Volcano and sightseeing (45min-1h)
- (optional Horse riding to the top)
- Road back to Manila
- Visit of Fort Santiago, the former Spanish Fort, and the Jose Rizal Museum
- Visit of Manila Cathedral
- Visit of San Agustin Church and Casa Manila
- Visit of Silahis Gallery (Filipino craftsmanship art & shop center)
- Visit the National Museum (paintings) OR Visit of the Museum of the Filipino People (cultural, recommended for tourists and foreigners)
- Stop at Rizal Monument, facing Quirino Grandstand
Approximately 12 hours
Full tour with Taal Lake & Volcano Trek, as well as other Manila activities (Ocean Park, Mall Of Asia, Starcity, Chinese Cemetery, Divisoria Market & Baclaran Market…) can be organized at very competitive rates on demand.
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Manila + Taal
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- Entrance Fees & Boat
- Local Guide in Taal Volcano
- Horse riding to the top of Taal Volcano (additional Php 500)
- English/French speaking Guide (additional Php 2000)
About Taal and Manila
Our Manila tour + Taal Tour features a Trek to Taal Inner Lake, Intramuros Walled City, Rizal Park, and ends with a Sunset in Harbor View.
1. Taal Volcano and Inner Lake
Taal Lake is a freshwater lake inside a large volcanic caldera formed by very large eruptions between 500,000 and 100,000 years ago.
It is the country’s third largest lake after Laguna de Bay and Lake Lanao. Volcano Island, the famous view of the emerald green lake’s sulfuric content, lies near the center of the lake.
There is a crater lake on Volcano Island, making it the world’s largest lake on an island (Volcano Island) in a lake (Taal Lake) on an island (Luzon).
Known as the Yellow Lake or the Main Crater Lake, it contains its own small island, Vulcan Point.
2. Rizal Park
Rizal Park (Filipino: Liwasang Rizal), also known as Luneta Park, is a historical urban park located along Roxas Boulevard in Manila, Philippines, near the old walled city of Intramuros. It is one of the major tourist attractions of the City of Manila.
Luneta is also an important site in Philippine history. The execution of national hero José Rizal on December 30, 1896, sparked the 1896 Philippine Revolution against the Kingdom of Spain. The area was officially renamed Rizal Park in his honor, and the monument enshrining his remains serves as the park’s symbolic focal point.
Intramuros (Latin, “within the walls”) is the oldest district and historic core of Manila. Also called the Walled City, the original city of Manila was the seat of government during the Spanish Colonial Era.
The strategic location of Manila & Intramuros along the bay and at the mouth of Pasig River made it an ideal location in the past for the Tagalog and Kapampangan tribes and kingdoms to trade with merchants from China, India, Borneo, and Indonesia
Intramuros was heavily damaged during the battle to recapture the city from the Japanese Imperial Army during the Second World War. Reconstruction of the walls was started in 1951 when Intramuros was declared a National Historical Monument, which is continued to this day by the Intramuros Administration (IA).
Tagaytay & Taal Options
Horse Riding to the Top
– Enjoy a fun horse ride to reach Taal Volcano View Point.
– For Kids & Adults alike, horse riding in Tagaytay is a great way to reach the top of Taal Lake, painlessly.
– For a small fee of 500 pesos, ride a local horse guided by its master for a truly safe & secured experience!
1. Chinese Cemetery
– Explore this very particular cemetery, between Luxurious coffins and Chinese traditional architecture.
– Formerly built as the resting place for Chinese citizens who were denied burial in Catholic Cemeteries during the Spanish Colonial Period.
– Buried with every modern convenience, Manila’s wealthy deceased juans of Chinese descent rest in mausoleums with crystal chandeliers, air-con, hot and cold running water, kitchens and flushing toilets!!!
2. Manila Ocean Park
– Manila Ocean Park is the country’s first world-class marine theme park and a premiere educational facility.
– The main feature of the oceanarium is a 25-metre long walkway tunnel with 220-degree curved acrylic walls, similar to the Ocean Park in Hong Kong, or the Siam Ocean World in Bangkok, Thailand.
– Several Attractions await you, including a Fish Spa, the gorgeous Jellyfish Exhibition (Jellies Exhibit), a Glass Bottom Boat ride, and different encounters (scuba diving, snorkeling, half and full body enoucnter with rays and fishes…).
– It also holds the first marine-themed mall in the Philippines with over 25 restaurants for a taste of seafood and underwater dishes.
3. Star City Amusement Park
– We bring you to Star City, the family-oriented 35,000 square meter amusement park located near CCP Complex.
– Various Attractions awaits you, including Manila’s 4 best roller coasters, kiddie rides, the biggest Ferris Wheel in the Philippines (Giant Star Wheel), and many more…
– Explore Snow World, with freezing temperatures featuring carved ice slides for kids, igloos and snow & ice castles!