Taal volcano trails photo gallery :
The remote trail of Tabaro is the less explored part of the island. This is because it's more difficult to access and the hike is more suited for intermediate trekkers.
Tabaro is the name of a twin crater located on the south west of Taal volcano island.
It is where the last eruption of Taal volcano happened (1978).
To reach this crater and see the dry lava field you will need to hike 4 to 5 hours (round trip.) As the trail is not well established you need to be a good hiker for this adventure and a guide is a must.
You will first go to the shore of Taal volcano crater lake
The view over the crater lake is quite scenic and you can notice the ridge of the regular trail on the other side of the lake as well as the fumaroles.
Then you will hike through the cogon grass to reach the twin craters of Mt. Tabaro and its dry lava field.