Take yourself to a rough ride around the rocky and wet terrain of Cagsawa. Experience first hand the beautiful long and winding bumpy river path Mayon's fury left for us to trail and see. Combined with tour and adventure, this is one trip you will surely remember.
Classification: Land Travel
Vehicle: Tourist Van / Bus
ETD Mnl: 1930H
ETA Mnl: 2300H
Food: Bicol cuisine is famous for its spicy flavor. Must try are their 'Kinunot', Laing, Pinangat, Bicol Express to name a few. Not fond of spicy food? Don't fret. Not all dishes are spicy and you can request them to make the level of spiciness mild.
Tip: Visit the stalls selling native abaca and souvenir items which are affordable. Must try is the Chili ice cream to complete your Bicol experience.
What to wear: Light casual clothing is practical for summer together with hat & sunglasses. Wear comfy, non skid shoes for sightseeing.
In behalf of my colleagues, thank you GAFA for the wonderful Bicol experience. June 10 -13. Ms Christine, Mary, Jon & our driver kuya Benjie were so accommodating in all the request. The Grandia & the Hotel Riserr Residences were very comfortable. I have an email to you though. Where can I share photos of our trip? Thanks again.
Faye Fernandez - Naga, Albay Legazpi
Day 1. Arrival in Naga for breakfast. Proceed with the tour by visiting Mayon Rest House Observatory, Tabaco Metal Craft, Daraga Church, Hoyop Hoyopan Cave & Busay Falls. Check in after the tour.
Day 2. After breakfast, pick up for the continuation of the tour. See Lignon Hill, Embarcadero de Legazpi & optional ATV ride at Cagsawa ruins. Visit Albay Pili-Nut shop before going back to the hotel.
Day 3 After breakfast, visit Basilica Minore Penafrancia & Jessie Robredo Funeral site, SM City Naga. Drop by CWC if time permits.
Travel back to Manila
Naga Albay Legazpi Private Tour Rate Validity
Naga Albay Legazpi Mixed Tour Rate Validity
Accommodation: Riserr Residences, Vista al Mayon or similar class.
Other hotels are subject for quotation. Please email us.
Rates valid until December 2017
Peak day Surcharge may apply depending on your dates
Rates are in Philippine Peso [Php]