Friday, September 24, 2010

Picnic Grove in Tagaytay Is a Fave of Tourists


If you've long been a resident of the Philippines, you already know about the Picnic Grove in Tagaytay. For many of you reading this, it is a place filled with memories of yourself as a child running and rolling on the grassy slopes, basking in the sunshine with cool wind in your face, and immersing yourself in the grand view of Taal Volcano and it's lake. Picnic Grove is indeed, every Filipino's summer destination. in Luzon.

Picnic Grove has gone through a lot of changes through the years, but it's still doing good business with it's horseback riding experience for kids and adults alike. There used to be a lot more open spaces and facilities were better and less crowded way back in the nineteen sixties and seventies, but for the visitors who travel for hours just to get there, it doesn't really matter. They simply know that they are going to have a great time on the grass socializing with friends and family and enjoying a brief respite from the polluted city.

A new treat at the Picnic Grove is the zip and cable car line. If you are brave enough, you can take a ride and zip on a cable across a deep chasm like you're flying through the air! And it's not just one way, but back and forth!

If the zip line isn't for you, you can simply relax and chill out. Tourists can rent covered picnic tables, although during peak days, most will already be occupied if you come in late in the day. The only other option is to rent or purchase one of the picnic mats from the friendly peddlers roaming the facility. Make sure you get a mat that's clean and dry. Watch out for ants where you place them, because you never know where the ants really are unless you look closely!

Can't go to Tagaytay to go horseback riding? Here's something to cheer you up! It's the Haflinger Light Brown Plush Pony! It's soft, it's cuddly, it's cute, and best of all - it's a horse! Click here to order this fine plush pony stuffed toy.

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