Taal Volcano, Batangas City

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Volcano · Nature / Park
Located on the Pacific Ring of Fire, Taal Volcano remains one of Philippines' smallest, yet most active volcanoes with 33 recorded eruptions so far. Formed by previous prehistoric eruptions caused by the meeting of two tectonic plates, the site represents an observatory for studying and predicting natural disasters. Inside the caldera, you can find a freshwater sulphuric lake surrounded by over 40 overlapping cones and craters. Explore the natural wonders and thermal areas that envelop the volcano, and don't forget your swimsuit if you wish to take a quick dip in the lake. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Taal Volcano and many more Batangas City attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Batangas City vacation planner.
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  • ice place to visit and experience the journey to the volcano by a boat. travel up to the crater by foot or on horse ride and experience the smoke emanating below your feet from the volcano while you.....  more »
  • Amid the outbreak of the Taal Volcano on July 1st, 2021 and after the last outbreak in January 2020, I doubt that Taal can be visited anytime soon. But it’s an occasion to reminisce about the island....  more »
  • After january, a rice cooker places to Taal Volcano and ay Explosed
  • Good sightseeing and landscape. Not safe as of now due to abnormal activity. Current: Alert Level 1 Peak: Alert Level 4

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