Here’s a general compilation of tips I learned from our December 2013 trip 🙂
How to get there: Coming from Cubao, you can try the Philtranco terminal on Edsa, sometimes Tagaytay-bound buses pass there. Or you can go directly to Pasay for Nasugbu- or Tagaytay-bound buses. You can also catch a Dasma/Palapala bus, then get on a Tagaytay-bound bus at Robinsons Dasma. But I recommend the 3rd option only as a last resort, as you will pass thru what seems like every town in Cavite.
We woke up around 5:30am, showered & walked around the grounds while waiting for breakfast at 7am 🙂 I think 6am-7am is the best time for taking photos, as everyone else is still asleep so you can have the grounds to yourself 😀
Las Ventanas, Tagaytay City ~ December 2013
Date visited: 22 December 2013
Location: Tagaytay City, Cavite
Our last trip to Tagaytay was in 2010. When I spotted a great deal on Ensogo for Las Ventanas, I couldn’t resist and purchased a voucher right away 😀