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Taal Lake Yacht Club

Talisay Laurel Road, Talisay, Luzon 4220, Philippines
+63 43 773 0192
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Lake Taal Yacht Club is Great!

We are siilors from LA and took the Yacht Club boat to the Volcano. From arriving to the ride... read more

Reviewed October 24, 2017
DrewPGee
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Hermosa Beach, California
Highlight of our trip

We had a great time taking the secret trail on horseback. With 2 young children and a teenager with... read more

Reviewed October 14, 2017
bcbeh
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Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
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Taal Lake Yacht Club's goal is to create environmental awareness through environmentally friendly sports. We run Taal Volcano trips and treks, and have sailboat and kayak rentals for both members and non members. We run Regattas and have boat storage for members. Weddings, Birthdays, Corporate events are by special arrangement. Accommodation can be arranged but for most, we are a daytrip from Manila. We (usually) have free wifi. We are pet friendly- as long as your pet is too.
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Talisay Laurel Road, Talisay, Luzon 4220, Philippines
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+63 43 773 0192
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Reviewed October 24, 2017

We are siilors from LA and took the Yacht Club boat to the Volcano. From arriving to the ride there, the guide uo to the vista, the ride back and the hours at the palapa to speaking at length with Boyat the sailing instructing guru...More

Thank DrewPGee
Reviewed October 14, 2017

We had a great time taking the secret trail on horseback. With 2 young children and a teenager with allergies issues, hiking was not an option for us. The kids really enjoyed the ride on horseback. The experience of going to a live volcano was...More

Thank bcbeh
Reviewed September 13, 2017

This was our first camping spot in the Phillipines and not a bad one at all! The view was lovely, the staff really helpful and kind (they helped us to make a great barbecue) and the facilities are great and clean. I just thought it...More

2  Thank Hannah R
Reviewed August 4, 2017

My wife & I went sailing for the first time yesterday on a Hobie Cat & found it to be great fun, if a little hot & wet. :-) You get 30m instruction on theory then 1-2h practical training as needed. We will be back...More

Thank Greg T
Reviewed May 31, 2017 via mobile

Definitely a fun experience and great for what you pay for. The facility was nice and havering a safe place to park. The views were great and our tour guide rj was a pleasure to have leading us and very knowledgeable on things Philippines. Would...More

1  Thank evsaves
Peter C, General Manager at Taal Lake Yacht Club, responded to this reviewResponded June 1, 2017

Thanks for the review. We are doing some clean up and fix up. So this review makes us feel good and helps us keep going on some of the new small additions and refurbishing that make a big difference. Peter

Reviewed April 22, 2017 via mobile

We just went there to kayak. This facility should be shut down for negligence of their guests' safety. They wouldn't stop you nor warn you if a thunderstorm was coming. A foreigner from a next door resort screamed at us to go back because a...More

1  Thank georginag5
Peter C, General Manager at Taal Lake Yacht Club, responded to this reviewResponded April 23, 2017

I really have to laugh pathetically at this. The "foreign guy next door" was me, the manager. We rent kayaks by the day. We do expect kayakers to know what they are doing when they rent from us. Our rates are for kayak rental not...More

Reviewed April 1, 2017

My wife and I spent drove out to the Yacht Club to hike/rode to view the volcano. Everything about our experience was great including having a great guide in RJ. I have done many trips involving a guide including white water rafting and zip lining....More

Thank joshhuber2
Reviewed February 26, 2017 via mobile

we arrived very late and we forgot to notify the caretaker about it...theres no one there and we are welcomed by huge dogs haha (its our fault though. You have to inform them if you will be arriving beyond 5pm) It's a long story how...More

Thank Emelyn L
Reviewed February 4, 2017 via mobile

We opted for the Secret Trail as it brings you into the actual crater as opposed to the other tail that only has views from uptop. The tour started with seaweed wrapped around the propeller of the boat, but were off after that getting an...More

4  Thank Lindsay F
Reviewed January 24, 2017

Based on previous reviews here and the promise on the website, we zeroed in on TLYC to go on a hike to Taal Volcano Crater. Yes, it indeed was the most safe option if you plan to visit Taal Volcano. They even provide the life...More

4  Thank Madhumathi
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Korun A
April 22, 2017|
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Response from Peter C | Property representative |
Yes. In theory, its possible that there could be a day when it was so rainy and slippery that the guide would tell you that you had to get off for a few meters, but I havent experienced that. Anyway, if the weather was that... More
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joyja E
September 2, 2016|
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Response from WTravelerSeattle | Reviewed this property |
Not sure if I would swim inside the crater. There were extremely hot areas were the water was bubbling, and the strong smell of sulfur was everywhere.
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Rainrider9
September 1, 2015|
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Response from sailtaal | Property representative |
Sorry for the late response the answers to all your questions are at the Taal Lake Yacht club Website, but Trip Advisor wont allow me to list it in my response, so you will have to google it. The page answers what packages... More
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