Top 8 Things to Do in Nuvali 2016

Set to bring fun and one-of-a-kind activities and events all year-round, activities reflect NUVALI’s values anchored on the Evoliving (Evolved way of living) principle.

Structured on a system that encourages modern, responsible living supported by a belief in maintaining balance between development and nature, NUVALI’s framework allows each individual the space for a well-enhanced sense of oneness with the natural environment and its bounties.” –

Even before Nuvali opened to the public, this has always been their principle. I was one of the lucky few who got invited back in 2010 to witness everything Nuvali has to offer and as the years passed by, I make it a point to visit the place once in a while because aside from Sta. Rosa being near where I live, Nuvali is just really a fun place to be whether you’re alone, with your significant other or with your family.

Nuvali2010 when I first visited the place with other bloggers


Nuvali2012 when I brought my sister here during her staycation

To know where Nuvali is and how to get there, please head to this link: Nuvali Night Sky Cinema 2016 Family Event
Now, let’s go to the top 8 things you can do in Nuvali:

1. Explore Ayala Malls Solenad


Compared to Ayala Malls Serin in Tagaytay, Solenad is huge! Its hallways are wide, each floor has an elevator, parking lot is spacious and there are several resting places and mini parks you can enjoy. It houses a lot of food establishments and boutiques, as well as a branch of Robinson’s Supermarket.





2. Dine at Nuvali

There are several food places in Nuvali. I’d love to try everything! So far, I’ve only been to Starbucks when it first opened, Uncle Cheffy as well as Kanin Get It …

Starbucks Nuvali


This time around, since we were already inside Solenad and I was craving for yummy Filipino dishes, we ended up having our lunch at Seafood Island, a favorite of ours because aside from serving delicious Filipino dishes, the meals are fairly priced.


Like for this Boracay Feast boodle we ordered, it just cost P735 good for us 4 adults and 2 kids.




3. Shop at Nuvali

There are so many things you can buy inside Nuvali. Aside from the usual brands, there’s usually a mini bazaar going on in various locations of Nuvali. That particular Saturday, we were in need of Halloween costumes for the kids so we looked for Toys R us located inside Ayala Malls Solenad.



4. Have a picnic

Nuvali is known for its huge open fields and parks. We saw a lot of families in there setting up picnic mats on grassy places and enjoying their time with their family and loved ones. As for us, since we were there for the Night Sky Cinema later that afternoon, which is basically an open field picnic + movie watching, we headed straight to the lake.

Nuvali Night Sky Cinema


5. Fish Feeding by the Lake


There are so many koi at the lake! And because a small bag of fish food is only P15.00, you will always find people feeding fish in there. They’re so mesmerizing to look at!



6. Enjoy a Boat Ride!


Since we were already by the lake, we fancied a boat ride. At P40.00 per head (kids 4 years an below are free), we were able to have this exciting boat ride by the lake.


We thought it was going to be a peaceful ride but I guess the captain saw how enthusiastic we were so he went ahead and increased the speed as if we were on a race! Watch the video below… Woooohoooo!


7. Watch the sunset by the lake


Need I say more?


8. Other things to do

There are still so many things to do in Nuvali which we plan to accomplish on our next set of visits like wake boarding, bird watching, off-road biking and to experience Camp N.


Just head to their website for updates –

Til my next Nuvali experience!


15 thoughts on “Top 8 Things to Do in Nuvali 2016

  1. Fred says:

    I have been to Nuvali before long ago, and I realize there had been so much development since then. There was no SM Mall nor a Sandbox type attraction that yet when I went. We did go boating, look at the Koi and eat in the restaurants available at that time.


  2. firsttimetravel says:

    Nuvali was our usual stop whenever we go to Tagaytay. But it seems that there’s always something new to explore there. Now that I’m based in Bacolod again, I miss going to Nuvali. 🙂 -Claire Algarme


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