Our Family Outing in Canyon Woods Tagaytay & Canyon Cove Day Tour

I've been itching to write about our Canyon Woods Residences and Canyon Cove Day tour. Finally, I found the time to share the story and photos, which is perfect for those who are looking for summer getaway in Tagaytay and Batangas.

Canyon Cove Batangas
Canyon Cove Batangas

We left Quezon City early morning around 8am and arrived in Tagaytay just in time for lunch. On the way to Nasugbu, we decided to passed by Tagaytay for lunch. I was torn between Balay Dako and RSM Lutong Bahay. RSM is much more affordable compared to Balay Dako. 

Here's the facade of RSM Lutong Bahay. From the entrance you will find the classic and vintage design, even the chairs, and dining tables are made of local products.

with my brother Litel, nephew Eukie and sister Charlene 
We would not want to leave Tagaytay not tasting the best bulalo soup in town. We also liked their pinakbet and grilled bangus stuffed with tomatoes and onions. We spend around Php2,500 for six person, there's bulalo, vegetable, fish, and a chicken dish.



Tagaytay remains beautiful, and the weather is cool. It was April last year when we visited Tagaytay.


Canyon Woods Residences

We got a room at the 2nd floor overlooking the pool and the pine trees. There were very few guests since it was a weekday.

Canyon Woods Residences Review

Canyon Woods Residences is a huge property. You have to present your reservation or email confirmation upon entering the gates. They have two swimming pools, this one and the other one is an indoor pool located in the club.

Our room has twin beds, cable television, coffee and tea facility, working desk, complete with toiletries, slippers and clean towels. Since we are five adults and 1 child, I asked for an extra bed. If I'm not mistaken, we paid Php700 for the extra bed. I shared the bed with my sister Charlene while Litel and uncle shared the other bed. Mom and my nephew slept in the extra bed. It is necessary to inform them how many guests you are coming especially if beyond the room capacity.

Canyon Woods Residences Accommodation
Canyon Woods Residences Accommodation
We did not found any nearby stores so better bring snacks for your convenience. I remember, we bought a box of J.Co doughnut. Well, I always have my #BloggerBaon with me because I would easily get hungry and it's bad for my tummy.



We ordered pancit and pork sinigang for dinner at the restaurant. I appreciate that they even provided paper plates and spoons. We decided to take it out and eat in our room instead of dining in their huge restaurant. I suggest having breakfast here and enjoy the view.

Canyon Woods Residences Restaurant
Canyon Woods Residences Restaurant
Everyone was excited when they found out we were going to Canyon Cove Resort, a sister company of Canyon Woods. It's a nice and expansive property with hotel, huge swimming pools, and the beach. So we decided to leave Canyon Woods in the morning, travel time about an hour and a half.

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Our Family Outing in Canyon Woods Tagaytay & Canyon Cove Day Tour

Our Family Outing in Canyon Woods Tagaytay & Canyon Cove Day Tour

We had breakfast in a carinderia on the way to Canyon Cove. I know that Batangas is known for their lomi with lots of toppings and -silog for breakfast.


Although we traveled about an hour and a half to reach Canyon Cove but it was all worth the trip. I love this place and I would recommend it.

Canyon Cove Batangas

Welcome to Canyon Cove! Unlike Canyon Woods, Canyon Cove was busy with huge number of guests. The Day Tour at Canyon Cove was good and sulit, I mean we enjoyed our time in the pool and the beach even for a day.

From the lobby, we were ushered to the Canyon Cove Day Tour Center where the lockers and changing rooms are provided. They gave us a wrist band that serves us a passes to the facilities. 

Canyon Cove Day Tour

Canyon Cove Day Tour

Canyon Cove Day Tour


Travel Tips Going to Canyon Woods and Canyon Cove

1. We took the Tagaytay-Nasugbu road because we wanted to have lunch along Tagaytay, otherwise it's better to take the Talisay-Laurel road.
2. We were not able to visit Bag of Beans Twin Lakes because there was a road construction going there. I was hoping we could drop by for breakfast.
3. It's better to download the map going to Canyon Cove to avoid being lost.
4. If you're coming from the North (Quezon City, Caloocan etc), better to leave early morning because Canyon Woods and Canyon Cove are located at the end part of Tagaytay. Please refer to the map I posted here.
5. Bring food and snacks. There are few stores and shops if you take the Tagaytay-Laurel road.
6. Bring sunscreen, hat, and pashmina during summer time.
7. Bring towels and soap as well.

Room rates at Canyon Woods starts at Php3,500 depending on the season.

Canyon Cove Day Tour

On our way to Canyon Cove Resort, we passed by a small carinderia for bruch. Knowing Batangas is known for its lomi, each of us ordered a bowl of Batangas Lomi and silog. Everyone was happy and full.

5 comments:

  1. Ang sarap naman magbakasyon dyan. Nakakarelax and nakakaenjoy. Wow

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  2. Grabe ang ganda ganda po jan sa pinuntahan nyo ms marj..😍😍 super enjoy po ang family nyo..nakakatuwa..sana nextime jan din po kami mamasyal..ang ganda magselfie..love the view sooo much..😍😍😊❤❤

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  3. ganda naman po dyan sana makapunta din soon..Best pala weekdays :)

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  4. yung view iba rin.. perfect siya para sa summer ang ganda.. pati rin yung sa room niyo

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