Ever since SkyRanch opened it has become the perfect weekend getaway for people in search for fun, food, and family bonding. SkyRanch has everything you need for your weekend family bonding – fun rides, the great view of Taal Lake and a variety of restaurants for different taste buds.
This is my second time to visit SkyRanch and it still feels like the first time because of the fun and excitement. I still hear a lot of laughter and giggles from the kids and the kids-at-heart.
It was my first time riding the 63-meter high Ferris wheel, the SkyEye. It took a lot of courage and moral support, yup moral support, for me to take board the gondola. By the way, each gondola is 32 air-conditioned gondolas and can accommodate up to four passengers so if you are scared of heights, bring a friend, or two, or three. Enjoy the view, you have around 10 minutes until you step down.
If you’ve conquered the Sky Eye, then might as well try out the zip line. The Zipline is a 300-meter drop that lets you fly across the park as you enjoy the view, just keep your eyes open so that you don’t miss a thing.
There are a lot of child-friendly rides for kids like the Carousel that makes little girl’s dream of riding a flying horse comes alive because it has two levels. Kids can also ride a real horse at SkyRanch, this will be one experience that they should not miss. Check out photos of some of the rides HERE.
If all the fun rides made you hungry you need not to go far, SkyRanch has you covered. For those who want to fill their tummies with burgers, pasta, pizza, and other western favorites, head to Downtown and Red Engine Diner. There’s so much to choose from, just don’t forget to order their famous Red Engine Burger.
For a taste of local cooking, Mesa at Sky Ranch serves Filipino dishes with a delicious twist at an affordable price. That day, we took advantage of package meals that is perfect for a family or group or 10 – 12. Package 1 is only for P4,200.00 and it was worth the price.
- 2 Tinapa Roll Wrapped in Lettuce
- 2 Crispy Boneless Tilapia with Four Sauces
- 2 Swahe on the Rocks
- Boneless Patatim
- Crispy Pata
- Pinatayong Manok
- 2 Beef Kare-kare
- 2 Laing in Two Ways
- 3 Bagoong Fried Rice
Tagatay is best enjoyed eating local food and Mesa compliments the feeling of being away from the city. The food takes you farther away than you already are.
After all the screaming, laughter, running around SKyRanch, the best way to re-energize is to eat sweets and there’s no better place to get them then Krispy Kreme. Yes, SkyRanch has Krispy Kreme and my daughter’s happy about it.
Krispy Kreme is the best place to hang out after a long tiring day at SkyRanch, the sweet donuts will re-energize you and the coffee will keep you awake for the long drive back home.
SKyRanch made sure that your weekend getaway is enjoyed by having everything you need in one place, so just enjoyed the rides, the scenery and the food.
Also at SkyRanch are KFC, Kenny Rogers, Leslie’s, Uncle Cheffy, Kuse, and a number of food kiosks inside including Potato Corner, Swigz Pearl Coolers, Happy Waffle, Buko Twix, Master Siomai, Dogs in D‘ Ranch, Kettle Corn, and Bibingkinitan. All dining outlets are open during park hours, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sky Ranch is along Aguinaldo Highway, Tagaytay City. It is located just beside Taal Vista Hotel.
For more details of Sky Ranch and our activities you can log on to our website http://skyranch.ph or check out our Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/SkyRanchTagaytay, or tweet us at @SkyRanchPHL or through our Instagram @SkyRanchPHL.