I’ve been here numerous times already but this is the first time that I, actually all of us, felt drained. Despite the adults outnumbering four kids, looking and chasing after them proved too much for our bodies and sanity. Much as we wanted to really tour the place, we were limited to just a few places because the sweltering summer heat (and the kids!) just tired us too soon.
- Regular Sunday Mass: 11:00AM
- Caleruega Office Hours: 8:00AM – 5:00PM
- Caleruega Park Hours: 7:00AM – 5:00PM
- Entrance Fee: Php30.00
- Parking Fee: Free
How to get there:
If you have a car, take the Sta. Rosa exit at SLEX then turn right at the roundabout. It’s a two-hour drive from Manila but pretty much worth the travel.
If you’re commuting, take the Nasugbu-bound buses along EDSA-Pasay then alight at Evercrest, Batulao. There are trikes that service that route to Caleruega. Or if you’re aptly dressed for some hiking, maybe you can try it. I haven’t, so don’t take my word for it. 😉
Now that you’re in the Tagaytay vicinity, you may want to drop by at Loumars Cafe. I don’t know where it’s exactly at but it’s pretty popular so just keep your eye open for the sign 😉 They have better tasting buko pie and a wider variety of tarts and pies!