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Tagaytay Islands Philippines
2nd Summer Capital of The Philippines
Tagaytay City Islands Philipppines, situated 2,500 feet above sea level enjoys a cool and invigorating climate characterized by a relatively low temperature, low humidity, and abundant rainfall. Average temperature is 22.7 degrees Celsius. For this reason, Tagaytay with its cool weather, balmy winds and foggy mists is called the "second summer capital" of the country after Baguio City.
Tagaytay Islands Philippines is home to Taal Volcano, which is reputed to be the world's smallest and yet most active. The breathtaking views of Taal volcano and Lake is truly a once in a life time experience and we recommend a visit in the strongest possible way.
Tagaytay Islands, considered as the country's second summer capital because of its crisp and cool climate all year around, is a treasure box of pleasure points in by itself. At nightfall, one sees the lake sparkle with the pinpoint lights of fishing boats. It is a perfect picnic spot. Here, the Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Philippine Tourism Authority built Picnic Groove, a public park in the city which generates public patronage through user fees and the sale of low priced goods, thus contributing to the industrial growth of Tagaytay.