You may choose to join the Day Tour on October 18 or the 4-Day Boracay
Tour on October 18-21.
Thursday, October 18, 2001
Fee: P 1,000 (includes
transportation, lunch &
- Tagaytay City and Taal Volcano
Tagaytay City is located approximately 56 km south of
Manila in Cavite province. It overlooks Manila Bay on the north, Taal lake and Taal
volcano on the south, Laguna Bay on the east and the China Sea on the west.
Taal Volcano is considered to be the
smallest and loveliest volcano in the world. Sitting serenely on Taal Lake the volcano
offers a deceptive sight considering the violent history of past eruptions. In Ripley's
Believe it or not, he decribes it as "a lake within an island within a lake within an
Although open to the
public for lunch and dinner, this garden was not meant to be a commercial place. The owner
created this garden eight years ago as her private sanctuary.
Having a meal here
is a complete experience where all your senses sight, smell, touch, taste and
hearing are delightfully "assaulted". As you walk towards the dining
area, plants and colorful flowers border the pathway and grow in natural profusion like
bushes with varying heights and widths. There are no less than 50 plants and flower
species planted here.
4 Day Boracay Tour
October 18-21, 2001
via Philippine Airlines (PAL)
Fee: To be announced
Boracay Island is located at the northwestern tip of
Panay, in the West Visayas region. It has more than 30 beaches and coves, among them
the famous White Beach: Four kilometers of pure white sand beach, and rated among the
world's best beaches by international publications.
Boracay Island is the ideal place for tropical dream vacations: Water sports galore,
ideal for diving and learning to dive, mountain biking, tennis, golf, horse-back
riding, island hopping and lots of sunshine.
For reservations, please contact:
School of Science & Engineering
Ateneo de Manila University
P.O. Box 154 Manila, Philippines