Experience the joys of Tagaytay country living: we got fresh air, cooler weather, plenty of wide open spaces, and lots of opportunities to do some gardening, or start your own farm!
Buhay probinsya, or provincial living, used to bring with it thoughts of being in a backwater town cut off from civilization. While that may sometimes be the case, the beauty of the Tagaytay country lifestyle is that you can enjoy all the perks of being removed from the crazy city lifestyle, but still well within reach of modern-day conveniences.
So yeah, you can have your rustic vacation home in the middle of an organic farm (any farm you like, really), and you can wire up your piece of the Tagaytay countryside with (fairly) stable internet, have solar panels, have hot water and air-conditioning installed, and even sign up for Netflix if you’re so inclined.
Heck, Makati or BGC is just an hour and forty minutes away if you need to get some errands done.
All this fresh air is good for you; anyone who’s spent way too much time in Metro Manila can tell you that. Located a little over 2000 feet above sea level, Tagaytay enjoys relatively cooler climate along with all this fresh uplands air.
The surrounding towns of Amadeo, Silang, Alfonso, Indang, and Mendez benefit greatly from the proximity to Tagaytay City. Sure, there are some great business opportunities, but for those who have recently acquired a piece of property, they’ll tell you: the Tagaytay country lifestyle is the way to go.
Each week, Tagaytay welcomes thousands of travelers yearning to be just a little closer to nature– couples, families, and groups of friends looking for a little R&R before returning to the weekly grind.
Here on Tagaytay Living, as much as we feature all these great food spots, places to stay, and things to do while in the neighborhood, we’d also like to shed the spotlight on the simple joys of Tagaytay country living.
The Best of Tagaytay Country Living
Just as much as we’d love to feature where to eat, where to stay, and what to do in Metro Tagaytay, we’d also love to cover stories that involve farming and gardening, country home design, agri- and eco-business opportunities, and everyday snapshots of the provincial lifestyle.
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