October 31, 2017

Picnic Grove in Tagaytay

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  • When it comes to nature sightseeing and family-friendly activities, Picnic Grove has become synonymous with Tagaytay.

    People, locals and tourists alike, always pay this family-friendly park a visit every now and then. They just never get tired of the beauty of the scenery and experience that this place keeps.

    For a small entrance fee of Php 50, you can enjoy mellow activities like strolling down the eco-adventure trail and taking in the lovely panoramic view of the Taal volcano and its surrounding lake. The little volcano island will never leave your sight as you go around the trail, enticing you to stop every now and then to marvel at its magnificence and snap some photos.

    Along the trail, you can also try an exciting zip line ride with, of course, a view of the Taal Volcano and Lake. Once you reach the end of the trail, you can find food stalls where you can grab some snacks after your trek. It’s not that the trail is extremely tiring. In fact, it only takes about 10-15 minutes to walk the whole trail.

    You can also try other fun activities for an extra cost, like horseback riding (Php 350/hour), zip-lining Php 200 – Php 400), and having a picnic at one of the picnic huts for rent (Php 100 – Php 500).

    Picnic Grove is located along Tagaytay-Calamba Road, just a ten-minute drive from Tagaytay Rotonda. There are also a lot of jeepneys that can take you to Picnic Grove.


    Address: Tagaytay Picnic Grove Complex, Tagaytay-Calamba Road, Brgy. Sungay East-End, Tagaytay City
    Operating hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
    Entrance fee: Php 50 (4 yrs. old and above)

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