Batangas is a lovely province in the Philippines located in Luzon’s Southern Tagalog region and is known as the “Industrial Port City of Calabarzon.” Batangas is one among the foremost travelers’ destinations closer to Metro Manila. It is home to the well – known Taal Volcano, one of the decade Volcanoes, and Taal Heritage town, a modest community that has tribal houses and structures going back to the nineteenth century.
Batangas offers numerous beach resorts, tranquil islands, spectacular mountains, and any other beautiful views.
Taal Volcano, one of the smallest and most active volcanoes in the entire world. It is famous both for local tourists because it is a volcano within a lake (Taal Lake). With its scenic view, one may enjoy horseback riding, boating across the volcano island, and climbing to the crater of the lake.
Fortune Island, a lone island situated in Nasubgu, Batangas, famous for its serene blue waters and notable Grecian ruins.
Anilao, an ideal place for underwater sports and trekking, and is known as the birthplace of ” Scuba Diving” in the Philippines.
Ideal times to visit Batangas are the months from January to May, the country’s dry season. There is sunshine most of the days, and you can expect clear skies wherein one may enjoy the beach. Batangas City is two and a half hours away from Manila when one uses the old inter town route. Using the combined South Luzon Expressway (SLex) and STAR Tollway route, one can reach Batangas City in an hour. For short trips in the desired destinations, passenger jeepneys abound, and then tricycles.