From the Event Organizer:
this ultimate day tour focuses on the nature side of Manila The best way to get to Pagsanjan falls is riding the dugout conoe famous by what the locals called “Shooting the Rapids.” Before, the boats are just composed wooden materials but today, they are made up of fiber glass. It’s an upstream ride and maneuvered by two licensed boatmen through the narrow river add up rocks and big rocks and many hindrances along the way. Imagine how strong and picture out those arms the two boatmen could have. Tagaytay secures its place on most Philippines itineraries with its location above Taal Volcano’s active crater. Views of the crater lake and a refreshingly cool climate make the town an enticing destination—not to mention the famously unfinished People’s Park in the Sky. Taal Volcano is a large caldera filled by Taal Lake in the Philippines.
Located in the province of Batangas, the volcano is second of the most active volcanoes in the country, with 38 recorded historical eruptions.
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