A good friend listens to your adventures. A best friend makes them with you.
I’m craving for some venture
like a thirsty lion lol so before this month ends, me and my high school friends decided to go on a quick escapade in Tagaytay. We just pushed this ‘gala’ really hard because our supposedly exploit in Masungi Georeserve was canceled since they’re jam packed this season. I heard lots of good reviews from friends about Nuvali so we agreed to give it a try. Frost! (credits to Apple’s cam for HD photos)
What we did in Nuvali:
Feed the koi
Fish food is P15 for 1 bag. ROFL to the real big, fat and herd of koi’s
While riding, we sometimes stop and took pictures in every fine-looking spots to save time for our following destinations. Good thing we’re all bikers!!
Here are some photos we took for an hour of strolling:
#squadgoals pics below
- Open daily from Monday to Sunday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
- Road bikes are available for rent for P60/hour
- You need to present a valid ID and sign a waiver before renting road bikes in Nuvali. Bikers need to wear head covers at all times.
There were lots of activities that you can see and look out in Nuvali like boating, enjoy different restaurants around and etc. but it doesn’t mean that we’re not interested to try ‘em all its just that we just made a written plan to savor more of Tagaytay.
Shout out to our friendly photographer Shallom Edillo who took these happy and candid pic of us ahaha 🙂
How we get to Nuvali:
From Jam liner Kamias, we ride bus with Balibago signboard (P70) and dropped off in Coke and ride a trike to Nuvali. (P20) Super sisiw hehe
Our first time to commute this far EXCITING INDEED and by now we’re already looking forward to 2016!
Thanks for viewing!
PS: will post more of our Tagaytay trip soon! x Happy New Year btw x