Listed as one of the 12 Most Beautiful Lakes in the World by Yahoo Travels, Taal Lake poses the kind of serenity that will leave anyone in amazement.
Taal Lake, which is the deepest lake in the Philippines with a depth of 564 feet, is home to endemic species of fish such as tawilis and maliputo.
At the heart of the vast tranquility of Taal Lake sits the world’s smallest volcano. The Taal Volcano is 400 meters high and is one of the major active volcanoes in the Philippines.
As one, the Taal Lake and Volcano provides an undeniably breathtaking view which is among God’s gifts to the people of Talisay. Trekking the Volcano Island and seeing the main crater of Taal Volcano is one worthwhile journey you should not miss in your entire life.