Rice Field in Iriga, Camarines Sur
BUSAY FALLS of Malilipot, Albay 25 kilometers from the city proper of Legazpi tucked in the rugged fastnesses of Mt. Busay is Busay Falls with its seven cascades. It’s a popular destination for locals who flock to this refreshing wonder especially during weekends and holidays.
JAPANESE TUNNEL in Lignon Hill, Legazpi, Albay Keep going until you reach the end. Introducing the Japanese Tunnel in Albay, formerly used by the Japanese Imperial Army. It was a perfect site to put up an arsenal, because of its 40 meters long L-shaped and 7 feet deep ground features that the Japanese took advantage as a defensive line over the incoming Americans and Filipino forces.
HOYOP-HOYOPAN CAVE in Camalig, Albag As the wind blows, it carries the pain the world has given us. It gives life to those creatures who’s longing to breathe and be alive and gusts enough power to birds who want to fly high. Introducing the Hoyop-Hoyopan Cave in Camalig, Albay. Hoyop-Hoyopan Cave is a cave-system and a multi-level cavern of natural limestone . The gentle and breezy wind that blows through the numerous openings of the cave gave birth to its name Hoyop-Hoyopan which was derived from the vernacular word “hoyop” which means to blow. Sun-kissed traveler like you will surely enjoy the cool and fresh air inside the cave.
Date: June 05, 2016
Location: Bicol Region, Philippines
Bicol is one of the 16 regions of the Philippines occupying the southeastern end of Luzon. Aside from the most active and most famous ‘perfect cone shaped’ volcano, the iconic Mayon Volcano of Albay, there are other fascinating hidden treasures that can be explored in the said province.