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Climbing up to the summit of the Philippines’s most active volcano is truly an experience of a lifetime. Climbing up to the level close to the summit or an area commonly referred to as the knife’s edge is for the intermediate-expert climber or for one who is very fit. It normally takes two days and one night to reach the summit and it is essential that one have a competent and knowledgeable local guide.
Orgullo kan Bikol (literally ‘The Pride of Bicol’) is a shop showcasing Bicol’s finest products especially native handicrafts, home decor, and furniture made from indigenous materials such as abaca and wood.
Spectacular 360° views and adventure activities await at Ligñon Hill Nature Park
The ruins of a 17th century church destroyed by Mayon’s 1814 eruption.
Legazpi’s waterfront lifestyle hub, commercial and entertainment center
Thousands of Catholic faithful throng the streets of Legazpi City every Good Friday to witness the procession of beautifully decorated carrozas and pasos bearing statues re-enacting the passion and death of Jesus Christ.
Embarcadero de Legazpi is a premier waterfront development in the Legazpi City harbor that is emerging as a world-class lifestyle hub. As a premier urban mall and shopping center, Embarcadero aims to provide array of lifestyle options – whether for dining, shopping, or entertainment. The shopping center includes several stores with more in the pipeline. [...]
The Province of Albay presents another sports adventure event on April 2, 2011 with the launch of the 1st Mayon 360 degrees 50-mile Ultra Marathon. The first ultra marathon in the Bicol Region, Mayon 360 will be one of the highlights of the Magayon Festival 2011. It will take runners around the base circumference of Mayon Volcano.