We know how difficult it is to choose which of the 7,107 islands to explore first. But if you’d like to hit roughly 100 islands in all at once, the Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos is the place to go.
Head to Don Gonzalo Montemayor wharf in Barangay Lucap and rent an outrigger or two. This is the quintessential island hop, where you’ll be visiting islands of all shapes and sizes. Some simply look like little pieces of land. Others have intact cave systems and hilly terrain; fantastic for all-out hiking and camping.Governor’s Island has a viewing deck, and even a small house that can be rented.
There are 123 islands covering 1,844 hectares. Many of them have attention-grabbing names such as “Devil’s Island” and“Kissing Island.” And of course, like the rest of the country, the water is an exceptional hue of blue-green and holds fantastic coral reefs. Don’t forget to pack your bathing suit!
The Maria Cristina Falls is the Second Highest Falls in the Philippines with a 320 feet high waterfall which is located in the boundaries of Barangay Maria Cristina, Ditucalan, and Buru-un, Iligan City, 9.3 kilometers away southwest of the city proper.
Maria Cristina Falls is sometimes called the “twin falls” as the flow is separated by a rock at the center of the waterfall. Maria Cristina Falls considered as the most splendid falls among the 23 waterfalls found in Iligan City mainly because it offers an alluring natural beauty and grandeur of Mother Nature. As a matter of fat, is it called as the Mother of Industry and Fountainhead of Progress because it generates 70% of Mindanao’s electricity system.
World-renowned for its near-perfect cone shape, Mayon Volcano is the province’s most iconic landmark. Towering almost 8,000 feet above sea level, the volcano dominates the center of three lively cities and 15 vibrant towns. It gets its name from the local word “Magayon,” which means “beautiful.”
Best known as the Mayon Volcano, Mount Mayon is an active volcano located in Legaspi City, Albay. It is one of the best nature spot in the Philippines mainly because of its “perfect cone” formation which is almost in symmetric conical shape.
Bulkang Mayon (locally coined term) is actually the most active volcano in the Philippines with over 48 times recorded eruptions in the past 400 years.