Tagaytay Highlands

Tagaytay Highlands cable car

Tagaytay Highlands cable car

I spent the whole day today at Tagaytay Highlands, in Cavite Province. It is a posh country club in a sloppy area of Tagaytay City, surrounded by luscious greeneries (mostly pine trees) and had a captivating view of the Taal Lake. Tagaytay Highlands is a membership only access country club with many amenities that would surely make a family day worthwhile and funfilled. There are many things to do when you are in Tagaytay Highlands. First among these things is of course the very famous cable car ride, where you’ll be treated with a nice view of the surrounding area via a cable car that brings you to the highest peak of the Highland Peaks. The ride is slow and yet you’ll be delighted to see the scenic view on a bird’s eye view perspective.

Aside from the cable car, Tagaytay Highlands also has the following amenities:

  • a beautifully landscaped swimming pool,
  • a sport center where you can play billiards, bowling and other fun activities,
  • a fairly new and small animal farm,
  • kart racing track,
  • a spa,
  • golf course

As for gastronomic delight, Tagaytay Highlands has several restaurants and cafes with fine dining experience. Highly recommended is the buffet lunch at the Veranda (expensive though) which would surely challenge your intestinal capacity. You might also want to try Geraldine’s Soda Fountain where the chocolate milkshare is surely a treat. There is also a cinema beside it where old movies are shown.

It was a very pleasant and relaxing place in Tagaytay indeed, although not everybody can afford the membership fee to the country club. A good strategy is to find friends who are members and ask them to lend their membership rights.

Tagaytay Highlands is an exclusive village..Meaning, only members can get inside…BUT…Members can allow visitors by giving them a visitor’s card..This is one-time entry only. Cable car is the one of the modes of transport…There’s no pay whatsoever.

You will only pay if you use the amenities like swimming pool or hotel rooms…You will also pay if you want to play billiards, bowling, wall climbing, table tennis and the like…Rate is reasonable,comparable to prices in sports club or malls.

For membership is worth 1M+…not sure about the exact amount now way back 2004.


16 Responses to “Tagaytay Highlands”

  1. 1 magelle
    June 23, 2010 at 12:34 pm

    wwOooooh i experience cable car at danao BohOl..
    i love ot expecially zip line
    hOpe i can go to tagaytay sOon…

  2. 2 edna gonzales
    August 14, 2010 at 11:26 am

    good day, I’am interested in tagaytag highlands, specially in a cable car. kindly send me an idea how much is the cost for the cable car.

    thank you.


  3. 3 edna gonzales
    August 14, 2010 at 11:27 am

    good day, I’am interested in tagaytag highlands, specially in a cable car. kindly send me an idea how much is the cost for the cable car.

    thank you.


  4. 4 edna gonzales
    August 14, 2010 at 11:28 am

    good day, I’am interested in tagaytag highlands, specially in a cable car. kindly send me an idea how much is the cost for the cable car.

    thank you and have a nice day…….


  5. 5 Noi M
    October 18, 2010 at 10:26 pm

    Can I have more info on how I can rent a room/house for an overnight stay please?
    I have a sponsor for the entrance but I dont have any idea how we can avail for an overnight stay.

    Thanks in advance for your answer.


  6. 6 cristel ann melgar
    November 29, 2010 at 4:09 pm

    hi! im mrs. melgar,

    im interested in your cable car..
    how much is the cost if my family can satay to vacation in tagaytay city’
    can you send me back’ and also where we stay’ for 2 to 3days also

  7. 7 Nina M. Diaz
    January 3, 2011 at 2:25 pm

    Greetings from BusinessWorld! Hello! This is Nina Diaz of BusinessWorld Publishing Corporation. I would just like to ask for your permission if we could use the photo here to backup a little article. The Tagaytay Higlands Cable Car. I hope that our request would merit a favorable response.

    Nina Magdalen M.Diaz
    BusinessWorld, Highlife Magazine
    95 Balete Drive Extension, New Manila,
    Quezon City.
    Email: ninadiaz@bworld.com.ph / ninadiaz2@yahoo.com
    Tel:5359901 loc 207

  8. 8 vanessa
    March 18, 2011 at 3:12 am


    I dont understand why this people read this messages here but seems not understanding the content of the story regarding Tagaytay Highland as it say’s FOR MEMBERS ONLY to get into the resort and use the facilities (yet they ask how much and so on) lol!

  9. 9 rebecca p. espinele
    February 12, 2012 at 9:16 pm

    how to become a member in tagaytay highlands?


  10. 10 becky dela cruz
    September 2, 2012 at 10:25 am

    yes, how can i be a member in tagaytay highlands

  11. 11 RUSSEL
    October 13, 2012 at 6:38 pm


  12. 12 alma bautista
    April 19, 2014 at 11:19 am

    can i ride a cable car even im not a menber?

  13. 13 Cel
    June 6, 2014 at 10:57 am

    go to their website or call their hotline. They will give you the instructions step by step on how to be a member.

  14. 14 Cel
    June 6, 2014 at 11:03 am

    go to their website, click membership rates.There you can see the answers in your inquiries.

  15. 15 Christian
    July 14, 2014 at 11:55 pm

    Paki basa po ulit lahat ng tanong nyo ay masasagot – Tama po ba Ms. Indang Beauty ?

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