Mt. Mayon got its name from the Bicolano folklore about a beautiful lady named, “Daragang Magayon”. It is one of the most photographed volcanoes in the Philippines and could be found at most Philippine postcards and postage stamps. Because of its almost-perfect cone and astounding landscape, UNESCO hailed Mayon as
The province of Albay is a vibrant and beautiful destination. It has a stunning landscape with Mt. Mayon as its centerpiece and plenty of attractions from mountains to caves. Admiring the beauty of Mt. Mayon’s cone from a distance may not be enough for the adventurous, so outdoorsy visitors can
Misibis Bay has creamy sand and clear waters and has an exclusive and luxurious ambiance. This is the perfect getaway destination for those who want to leave the crowds and have some peace and quiet, as long as you have the budget for it. The amenities, facilities, and rooms are
Albay is a beautiful province that has plenty to offer wanderers, from the magnificent views of Mt. Mayon to its history to its food. You’ll easily fill your itinerary for days. The region is accessible by plane or day and night bus from Manila. Your likely entry point is Legazpi
We know the Philippines has many captivating white beaches with sand as fine as powder, but there are also black sand beaches that are just as beautiful. One of which is Sogod Beach in Bacacay, Albay; it has soft dark sand that came from a volcano’s ashes. Enjoy the unique
Albay has no shortage of island escapes. The town of Bacacay, for one, has Pinamuntugan Island (also spelled Pinamuntogan) – a cove lined with a beautiful beach and amazingly blue waters.
Albay may be most famous for the “Perfect Cone” Mayon Volcano, but this province offers so much more. Off the coast of Malilipot, Albay is a spread of shoal featuring white sands and azure waters. Known in the local tongue as “Warawara Island” for its fickle nature, Vanishing Island proves