Ever since I was kid, we have been visiting Tagaytay City. Indeed, it is a touristy place for a lot of Filipinos. The proximity of Tagaytay to our province (Laguna) allows my family to visit its beauty almost every weekend. Here are the Top 10 Things To Do in Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines!
TRIVIA: The Legend of Tagaytay: In the 1920s, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, who owned land in neighboring Cavite, often rode through Tagaytay on horseback. To him is attributed the creation of the legend of how Tagaytay got its name. The story goes: A Spanish soldier approached a local boy and his father asking about the name of the place. The frightened son shouted to his father, “taga, itay!” which meant “strike, father!” The foreigner, misunderstanding the words, thought that this was what the area was called. The most probable origin of the name is the Tagalog wor “tagaytay” which means ridge.
1.) Taal Lake Sight Seeing
In Taal Lake, there is Taal Volcano which is dubbed as the smallest active volcano in the World.
2.) Food Trip
Read our blog about Tagaytay Cafes and Restaurants here.
4.) Shop in some of its malls
5.) Visit Zoori
You may read further about our blog on Zoori here.
Read our blog here about Tagaytay Home Staycations.
7.) Ride Bukyo
8.) Tagaytay City Public Market
9.) Visit some of its iconic churches
e.g. Ina ng Laging Saklolo Parish, Santuario di Padre Pio, Lady of Lourdes Parish Church.
10.) Spa Day