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6 Tourist Spots for Your ALBAY ITINERARY

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

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6 Tourist Spots for Your APAYAO ITINERARY

Apayao boasts of a dynamic landscape marked by pristine waterways, thriving old-growth forests, and subterranean wonders. In addition to this, as the home of the Isnag tribe, the province also celebrates a vibrant indigenous culture and noteworthy environmental conservation policies. A cultural practice called lapat, where a patch of land

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