Tourists and visitors going to Sky Ranch Tagaytay can now visit and enjoy its many activities without worry as the local government of Tagaytay City recently awarded Sky Ranch Tagaytay with the Safety Seal— it’s the first amusement and recreational outdoor venue in Tagaytay City to be given such honor.
The Safety Seal tags establishments that strictly comply with the health protocols that are in line with the Inter-Agency Task Force’s (IATF) guidelines, such as the proper wearing of face masks and shields, good ventilation, and disinfection, and using the Trace Together contract tracing system. Having this emblem also allows the establishment to operate at an additional 10 percentage points beyond the prescribed venue operational capacity.
For an admission fee of only P50, visitors ages 18 to 65 years old now have a place to hang out or experience al fresco dining with scenic views of the Taal Volcano while filling their tummies with a wide array of yummy eats at Sky Ranch Tagaytay’s restaurants and kiosks.
Even paw parents and their pets can join in on the fun! Because also now open is the Royal Canin Paw Park, which is well-equipped with exciting and safe obstacles that are compliant with the standards of the Philippine Canine Club, Inc. (PCCI). Aside from the obstacles, the park also features several Royal Canin dog houses where guests can take Instagram-worth photos with their doggos and a covered seating area where they can simply relax after a fun-filled day.
Visit Sky Ranch Tagaytay now and have a fun-filled day with family and friends. Don’t forget to wear face masks, face shields and always practice social distancing while inside.
Source: Manila Standard