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ACTIVITIES

Legazpi is known as the City of Fun and Adventure. Enjoy countless activities within the city and its surrounding areas.

Legazpi Boulevard
Legazpi Boulevard

Legazpi Boulevard is a coastal road network extending from the city’s central business district and port area to the southern barangays.

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Cagsawa Ruins
Cagsawa Ruins

The Cagsawa Ruins are the remnants of an 18th Century Franciscan church, the Cagsawa Church.

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lignon hill nature park
Lignon Hill Nature Park

Lignon Hill Nature Park is one of Legazpi’s top tourist destinations.

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Albay Pili Nut Factory
Albay Pili Nut Factory

Established in 1936, Albay Pili Nut Factory is the first pili nut factory in Bicol Region.

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Daraga Church
Daraga Church

Nestled on top of a hill, the church is known for its baroque architectural designs, archeological relics of saints and rare religious seals engraved on volcanic rocks.

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ATV Tour to the Lava Wall
Atv Tour To The Lava Wall

Experience an adventure of a lifetime by riding an all-terrain vehicle from the foot of Mayon Volcano to the famous lava wall at Bonga Gully.

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TYPHOON REMING MEMORIAL SHINE
Typhoon Reming Memorial Shine

Typhoon Reming Memorial, also known as Padang Memorial, can be found in Brgy. Padang, Legazpi City. The crosses serve as reminder of the hundreds of lives lost during the Supertyphoon Reming in November 2006.

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Food trip
Food Trip

Bicolano cuisine is a must-try when you visit Legazpi City.

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WHALE SHARK INTERACTION
Whale Shark Interaction

Swim alongside the world’s biggest fish in Donsol, which is an hour away from Legazpi City.

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Mayon Rest House is a park located at the slopes of Mayon Volcano at Tabaco City.
Mayon Resthouse And Planetarium

Mayon Rest House is a park located at the slopes of Mayon Volcano at Tabaco City.

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NAGA PILGRIMAGE
Naga Pilgrimage

Every September, during the feast of the Blessed Virgin of Peñafrancia, millions of devotees flock to Naga and visit several Marian churches.

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