Lake Aguingay is a vast plain at the center of Bulusan Volcano National Park located near Bulusan Lake at the Municipality of Bulusan, South central part of the Sorsogon Province, Southern Luzon, Bicol Region, Philippines.
It is called The Lake because it is occasionally flooded during wet season and dries up during summer. When it is wet it resembles a big lake located right at th ...
e foot of Mt. Bulusan. The area is home to various endemic birds, reptiles and other mammals. It is surrounded by lush vegetation and a tropical rain forest. It is only accessible by foot from Bulusan Lake and from the villages of Kapangihan and San Roque.
Aguingay Lake is another dormant crater within the Bulusan Volcano areas. During rainy seasons the water is clear and greenish. Some areas are covered with grasses and rocks. It is home to some endemic birds, mammals, insects and reptiles surrounded by tropical rain forest. Wiki
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The Bulusan Volcano Natural Park is a protected area surrounding Mount Bulusan located in central Philippines. The park spans 3,673 hectares of rainforest and it is home to numerous animal and plant species.
Bulusan Volcano Natural Park was first designated as a National Park on June 7, 1935. Before then, the area was just used by locals to hunt, fish and cultivate plants.
The park includes the volcano itself, the Bulusan Lake, two other mountains??"the Sharp Peak and Hormahan??"and Lake Aguingay.
Bulusan Volcano, is the highest peak and it is characterized by deep ravines and caves. ...
This post is going to be short but sweet. You see, in just a few hours, I will be seeing G-Dragon, TOP, Taeyang, Daesung and Seungri perform live yet again. It's the second time I'm seeing them, after their ALIVE Tour in Manila a couple of years back, and the moment I heard their MADE tour is going to have a Manila leg, it was a no-brainer. I had to go. Sometimes, you have to feed the fangirl in you. You know, to make sure she stays fun. (Haha!) But that's not what this post's all about. This is about our short sojourn at Lake Aguingay, which was pretty close to our campsite. (Check out Part 1 ...
This little paradise is blessed with the pristine beauty of nature adorned with mountains, forests, lakes, rivers, falls, springs, and white sand beaches.
Where is it located
The town of Bulusan is one of the many must-see destinations in Sorsogon. It is located at the south central part of Sorsogon Province. It is surrounded on the north by the Municipality of Barcelona, on the west by the active Bulusan Volcano and the Municipality of Irosin, on the south by the Municipality of Sta. Magdalena, and on the east by the Embocadero (San Bernardino Strait) which opens to the vast Pacific Oce ...
Bulusan Volcano Natural Park is a 3,673-hectare (9,080-acre) protected area of rainforest surrounding Mount Bulusan in the Philippines. It was first designated as a National Park by Proclamation no. 811 on June 7, 1935. Under the National Integrated Protected Areas System (NIPAS) of 1992 managed by the Department of the Environment and Natural Resources, the park was reclassified as a Natural Park by Proclamation no. 421 on November 27, 2000. The area features the volcano itself, the Bulusan Lake, the two other mountains known as the Sharp Peak and Hormahan, and Lake Aguingay.
There are thr ...
Outside the busy streets of Manila, in a province known more for pili nuts and whale sharks, is a gastronomic heaven. Sorsogon is many things to different people, but perhaps the best kept secret for those who have never been there is the food.
Bicol cuisine is a harmonious mix of textures, flavors and temperature in one meal. Coconut milk plays a big part in many dishes and chili is used quite liberally. It is therefore not surprising that the local fare is notorious for packing heat. Sorsogon does not disappoint. At the heart of the capital are a handful of restaurants ready to challenge ...