The tour starts with a drive up to the picturesque City of Tagaytay. Located on a ridge 2,250 feet above sea level, the city offers panoramic views of Taal Lake and Volcano, the "lake within a volcano within a lake within a volcano". This view is best savored from atop the Palace in the sky, rest house
of late President Ferdinand Marcos. Enjoy a brief lunch stop at a local restaurant to enjoy some local cuisine and delicacies in an atmosphere designed for panoramic views. Then we start our drive back down to Metro Manila. First stop is American War Memorial & Cemetery, the largest and most beautiful of American memorials outside the Continental U.S. Have a glimpse of Makati's hustle and bustle as you drive through your way to the capital city- Manila via scenic Roxas Boulevard (also known as Dewey Boulevard in the recent past) passing throughLuneta Park (also called Rizal PArk in memory of the country's national hero) on your way to the Walled City of intramuros. Here you will see ancient walls, church ruins an other relics of the Spanish Church in the country. The tours wraps up at Fort Santiago, a Spanish fortress that once watched over the entrance to Pasig River. It was here that our National Hero Dr, Jose Rizal spent his last days and where he wrote the famous "My Last Farewell".
Manila. One night