Go gather your friends and hie off to a 2-day Explore Bicol tour. If rolling hills, lakes, waterfalls, hot springs, some trekking here and there, a bit of adventure and some historic architecture make for a great tour, then you will surely love this deal that has all that in store – and more. Just watch this video by Jay-ar Villarojas, and you’ll see what I mean.
A quick edit of our Bicol escapade! WATCH IT IN HD GUYS!!! I’m also testing my new Yi Action Camera! 😀
Posted by Jay Ar Villarojas on Tuesday, June 14, 2016
This Explore Bicol tour package will let you and your friends experience the most popular “nature” destinations in Bicol (Malabsay, Hydro Hot Spring, Sumlang Lake, Quitinday Green Hills, and Sigpit Falls). Plus it throws in a bit of the standard Bicol tour fare – some sightseeing at the Cagsawa Church and a bit of wake boarding at the CamSur Watersports Complex.
- Malabsay Falls
- Hydro Hot Spring
- CWC (CamSur Watersports Complex) – with wake boarding for 1 hr
- Cagsawa Church
- Sumlang Lake
- Quitinday Green Hills
- Sigpit Falls (Jovellar, Albay)
Malabsay Falls is found in Mt. Isarog National Park. Crystal-clear waters make for great for swimming – if you can stand the cold. 🙂 Note: Some easy trekking required.
Hydro Hot Spring is found in Panicuason, Naga City. The hair-raising bends and turns it takes to reach this destination is an experience unto itself. Then relax and enjoy the therapeutic powers of hot spring water; there are several pools to choose from, each with a different temperature.
Sumlang Lake in Camalig, Albay makes for great rafting and a wonderful photo op. Plenty of greenery, the very calm, zen-like surface of the lake and a backdrop of the gorgeous Mt. Mayon – it’s just too picture perfect.
Quitinday Green Hills (also in Camalig, Albay) will afford you a wonderful view of a great expanse of greenery and rolling hills. It’s a unique landscape, alright, and it makes for a great photo. Note: Some easy trekking required.
Sigpit Falls is a 2-tier waterfall in Jovellar, Albay and connected to the 150-meter long Quitinday Underground River. You’ll definitely enjoy a dip into the cool, waist-deep waters of the shallow waterfall pool. Or you can dive into the deeper waterfall pool (guts a definite requirement plus a guide who knows the deep end, of course). Note: Some easy trekking required.