Tagaytay Sky ranch –  one of the famous parks in the country located in the second summer capital of the Philippines, Tagaytay City.  Aside from Bulaluhan and popular restaurant around the city, some people tend to visit Tagaytay just to experience Skyranch.

Tagaytay skyranch

City dwellers looking for a quick weekend recreation will surely enjoy Skyranch since it has a lot to offer aside from it fun park rides and exciting activities. One thing that you shouldn’t be missed is “The Sky Eye“, dubbed as the tallest Ferris wheel in the country. From the top of Sky Eye is an incredible view of Taal Volcano along with the provinces and cities surrounding Tagaytay. Not only kids but also kids at heart will surely enjoy Tagaytay Skyranch.

For those eyeing for more thrilling experiences, we suggest to try the Viking, Jump Around, Log Coaster and Flying bus. If you want to see the amazing view of Taal Lake, Taal Volcano and provinces surrounding Tagaytay, you can try the Sky eye and the Zipline.


  • Sky eye
  • Super Viking
  • Sky Cruiser
  • Mini Viking
  • Express Train
  • Wonder Flight
  • Snail Attack
  • Top Dancer
  • Jump Around
  • Flying Bus
  • Red Baron
  • Nessi Coaster
  • Grand Carousel
  • Bubble-O-Fun
  • Riding Loop
  • Zipline
  • Log Coaster
  • Drop Tower
  • Safari splash
  • Playzone
  • Lobster pot
  • High Striker

Sky eye – Basically, the highest Ferris wheel in the country where you can see a panoramic view of Taal Lake.

Super Viking – An open seated gondola which swings up to 90 degrees, back and forth. The ride can accommodate a total of 45 persons with 5 persons per row.

Tagaytay Skyranch

Sky Cruiser – Sky Cruiser gives its riders an exciting aerial ride where they can control their vehicle by pedaling it around the track

Mini Viking – Just like Super Viking, this Mini Viking gives guests a milder experience of being swayed up to 90 degrees.

Express Train – A relaxing and fun way to roam around Sky Ranch, this trackless Express Train goes around the area with 12-18 guests at a time.

(c) Parks and Recreations

Snail Attack – A battle between riders who have snail guns upon boarding the wagon and the frog lord that spits water at all direction, Snail Attack delights everyone with its wet and wild adventure.

Top Dancer – A thrill-seekers favorite, Sky Ranch’s Top Dancer is one of the latest additions to this growing tourist destination in this side of the country.

Wonder Flight – Another amazing option for kids to see the whole Sky Ranch in an instant as it spins at a full 360 degrees.

Jump around – Perfect for kids who love extreme cars.

Flying Bus – Sky Ranch’s Flying Bus takes its passengers up and down and round and round creating memorable thrills and excitement.

Red Baron – Little boys and girls who aspire to be a pilot would have a wonderful time riding this airplane designed ride.

Nessi Coaster – Nessi Coaster is Sky Ranch’s kiddie roller coaster.

Zipline – Enjoy the breathtaking view of Taal Lake and Volcano and the natural beauty of Tagaytay and Batangas in a flash through this exhilarating 300-meter long zip line.

You can check more info at http://www.wheretogointagaytay.ph/


Weekdays (Monday to Friday from 10 AM to 10 PM) – Php80.00 
Weekends (Saturday & Sunday from 8 AM to 10 PM) and Holidays – Php100.00
Free entrance for children 3ft and below

Official Sky Ranch tickets are sold at the park’s entrance. You can also get tickets at Metrodeal with a huge discount


Via private vehicles

Driving to Tagaytay City via private car is easy enough.

  • Drive through SLEX and take the Sta. Rosa Exit.
  • From there, it’s a straight drive to Tagaytay City.
  • Straight ahead until you reached Oliveres – Tagaytay Rotunda.
  • Turn right after Fora Mall
  • Go straight until you reach Skyranch

Via Commute

  • Ride a bus bound to Nasugbu/Olivares Tagaytay at Pasay near MRT Taft Station( at the back of Sogo) – Fare is PHP 87
  • Drop off at Olivares/Tagaytay Rotunda
  • Ride a jeep that bounds to Nasugbu
  • Tell the driver to drop you off at Skyranch


Avoid visiting Tagaytay during the wet season from June – September since these months receive the highest amount of rainfall. If you want to experience the cold temperature of the city, we would recommend visiting Tagaytay from January to February. If you love to go outside to see nature and eyeing for outdoor activities, the best time to visit Tagaytay would be in the dry season, from March-May.


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  1. thank you for the informative blog 🙂 planning to go here this month.
    may i ask if anyone knows how to commute back to manila from tagaytay? thanks!


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