Having a Taal volcano tour is as easy as 1-2-3. TRIPinas Travel and Tour Ventures organizes private day trip packages at the date of your convenience with a pick up at your place. We start with a Taal lake tour to reach the volcano island. The hike begins on the island's shore and ends at the rim of the main crater lake via the regular trail. No worry, a Taal volcano trek is easy. If you're more adventurous, we also offer some other trails.
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Taal Volcano Tour package

(regular trail)

The regular trail will lead you to the rim of the volcano to see the Main Crater Lake from the top. 45-minute easy trek.

* Round trip A/C van transfer (Manila--Talisay-Tagaytay-Manila)
* Round trip outrigger transfer from Talisay to Volcano Island
* All applicable fees (docking, tourism)
* Volcano guide
* Side trip to tagaytay

Tour Rates
(for a group of 10 people)
We also arrange a Taal trek without land transfer, if you are bringing your own car. Contact us for the rate.

From October to end of May
We are closed during the rainy season (June to September)

Alternative trails for your Taal volcano trek

- Calauit trail package (currently closed)
This trail will allow you to go down to where the crater lake is and see the volcanic activities really up close.
1 hour and 30-minute trek, one way. The trail is steep and less child-friendly (at least 10 year old). Only for adventurous seekers!

- Mt. Tabaro trail package
4 to 5 hour trek to reach first the main crater lake ridge and then the twin craters of Mount Tabaro, site of the last eruption of Taal Volcano, and its (dry) lava fields. Trail is not well established on some parts so you should be an experienced trekker if you chose this exploration package

- Ambassador Kenney trail package
This trail will lead you to the rim of the main crater (like the regular trail) but with less crowd, more shade and no dust. 30-45 minute walk through the forest. This is the easiest trail but you won't see volcanic activity.

Practical tips for Taal trekking

  1. Check the weather forecast before choosing your booking date.
  2. Dress appropriately (read: trekking shorts/pants, loose shirt, sturdy footwear/sandals, cap/hat)
  3. Avoid bringing big bags. A small back pack will do the trick.
  4. Wear sunscreen.
  5. Bring water and some trail food (raisins, nuts, candies, etc).
  6. The water in the lake can get rough. Make sure to waterproof your gadgets and to bring change of clothes.

Information before you have your Taal volcano tour

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Once one the most massive volcano in the world, the old Taal volcano collapsed several thousand years ago. The result was the Taal caldera. Tagaytay lies on the rim of this old cadera, 630 meters above Taal lake. Taal lake is a 25 x 30 kilometer-wide lake located within the Taal caldera. The Taal lake is about 150 meters deep.
Once part of the sea (Balayan Bay), Taal lake became a freshwater lake after the eruptions on the 18th century when the volcanic deposits separated the bay from the Taal lake. Because of this phenomenon, Taal lake has kept some unique species who adapted from sea water to freshwater, like Tawilis (the world's only freshwater sardine) or Hydrophis semperi, a sea snake.

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Volcano island is a 23 square-kilometer island on Taal lake where Taal volcano stands.
Taal Volcano has 47 craters, cones and maars. It's often named as the smallest volcano in the world.
Its elevation is at around 311 meters above sea level.
The largest crater is the main crater lake - 2 kilometers wide and 80 meters deep. Most of the volcanic activities can be seen around the main crater lake with various fumaroles, pond of boiling mud, or even sometimes geysers. On the main crater lake , an islet called the Vulcan Point can be found, frequently cited as an island within a lake whitin an island within a lake within an island or to name them, the Vulcan Point within the main crater lake within volcano island within Taal lake within Luzon.

Tabaro is another impressive cone where marks of the 1968/69 lava flow are still visible
Binintiang Munti is a smaller cone found at the south west of the island.
Binintiang Malaki is the cone that can bee seen from Tagaytay or Talisay and it's often mistaken as the main crater.
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