Information about Tagaytay Ridge
One of the most interesting sights in the country, the Tagaytay Ridge provides a glimpse of the Taal Lake and the Taal Volcano, basically a lake inside a volcano. This volcano, known to be the lowest and the highest, is by no way the most mild. It's a very long past of destructive eruptions. Tourists flock to the People's Park in the Palace in the Mountains, the summer home of former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos. From here, visitors can see the reach of the mountain extending out into the sea, obscured in sections by cloud tufts.
Tagaytay is part of the province of Cavite, perched on a plateau of 2,200 feet above sea level, providing panoramic views of Taal Lake and Volcano, renowned for being the smallest active volcano in the country. It's one of the most scenic locations in the Philippines where you will enjoy your holidays.
What to do
Tourists visiting the Philippines, Tagaytay and Ridge are a must. Tourists usually stop at Manila or Makati City, where various tour guides and tour companies take tours of the city of Tagaytay and the mountain.
On your way up to the area, sitting on the plateau at an altitude of over 2,000 feet, you can pass by the San Jose Church in Las Pinas, where you will see the magnificent bamboo organ made up of over 800 bamboo shoots. Most of the Tagaytay Ridge Tour in the Philippines also consists of a pit stop at the local Jeepney Factory, where visitors get a glimpse of the popular and most famous mode of transport in the Philippines.