Danao Lake, its a very small heart shaped lake. It may not be good for swimming because of the dead trees and branches under the water, but the place is good for picnic or just nature tripping. Beautiful and pristine the only lake in Polangui, Albay.
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The Province of Albay, or the whole Bicol region for that matter, has always been synonymous to Mayon Volcano, arguably the world's most perfect cone.
This 2,463-meter mountain can be seen from anywhere in Albay, but the best view is from the postcard-pretty Cagsawa Ruins Park in Daraga town where you'll find the remnants of the Cagsawa church (it was damaged by Mayon's most destructive eruption in 1814).
This restive volcano is so enigmatic that it lures both professional photographers and amateurs alike, even when it's spewing out lava! But gazing at the majestic Mayon shouldn't be the ...
Travel to the many attractions of Albay, from Mayon Volcano with its near perfect cone to Spanish period churches and other centuries-old structures, has been made easier with the launch of a mobile app that serves as a handy guide to the province.
The app was built by Cebu-based journalism startup InnoPub Media, in collaboration with the Albay Provincial Government, and wireless services leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart). Albay Guide is a comprehensive travel app that can be downloaded on iOS, Android, and Windows phones and other mobile devices.
"Mobile plays a key role in trav ...
From Mayon Volcano with its near perfect cone to white, golden and black sand beaches, waterfalls and caves, Spanish period churches and ancestral houses, Albay is home to scenic spots and majestic structures.
The province is a complete destination for travellers who are after leisure, adventure, and new experiences.
With all that Albay has to offer guests and tourists, the Provincial Government under the leadership of Gov. Joey Sarte Salceda and Vice Gov. Harold Ong Imperial has made tourism one of its priority programs.
Albay attractions, whether natural or built wonders, are easily ...
2nd segment of Kangalasang ALbaynon: Featuring the emerging tourist destinations of the province.
In order to preserve its national heritage, the Philippine government implemented a combined act of proper education and law enforcement to deal with the depressing issue on country's devastated natural resources. The government has established conservation programs for the few endangered and rare species left in our receding rainforests. Among these species are the Tamaraws (dwarf species of water buffalo), Philippine eagles, marine turtles, Philippine crocodiles, sea cow, and the Philippine deer.
This consciousness spread among people who realized the need to conserve our natural resource ...