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Bicol Tour Package

Bicol Tour Package Packages
Country: Philippines
City: Bicol
Duration: 3 Day(s) - 2 Night(s)
Tour Category: Adventure Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

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Round trip aircon van service (Manila-Bicol-Manila)

Travel Insurance, Driver/Guide, Fuel, Parking & Toll fees

3D2N Aircon rooms Accommodation Sampaguita Inn, Legaspi Tourist Inn, or similar class.

Permits, Environmental Fees



ETA Albay Bicol/ Breakfast

Start of Tour
Kawa Kawa Hills
Mayon Skyline
Cagsawa Ruins
Optional ATV Ride
Lunch (on pax account)
Lingnon Hills
Japanese Tunnel
Albay Wildlife
Legaspi Boulevard
Sleeping Lion
Dinner (on pax account) / Socials
-End of Itinerary-


Wake up Call/Breakfast (on pax account)
ETD to Donsol
ETA Donsol Beach
Optional Whale Shark Encounter
Lunch (on pax account)
ETD to Hoyop Hoyopan Cave
Daraga Church
Back to Hotel
Dinner (on pax account) / Socials
-End of Itinerary-


Wakeup Call/Breakfast (on pax account)
Check-out / ETD to Camsur Watersports Complex
Penafrancia Church
Lunch (on pax account)
ETD to Manila
ETA Manila
-End of Itinerary-

Explore More About Bicol:

Bicol, also spelled Bikol, Spanish Bicolano, fifth-largest cultural-linguistic group in the Philippines, numbering about 4,070,000 in the late 20th century. Their indigenous region is commonly considered to be “Bicolandia,” a region composing part of the Bicol Peninsula and neighboring islands of southeast Luzon.

The Bicol is largely agricultural and rural people, producing rice, coconuts, and hemp. Nearly all of them are Roman Catholics. Their language is closely related to others in the central Philippines, all of which belong to the Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian) family of languages.

The region retains Roman Catholicism as the overwhelming religion of the great majority. The Catholic religion has the highest number of followers than any other area in the Philippines. The Catholic church grew in the Bicol Region through the efforts of the Bishops from Nueva Caceres (Naga City) from the 17th century until the Philippine Revolution in 1898. Naga City is the religious center of the Bicol Region and is the seat of one of the oldest dioceses in the Philippines.

The Bicolano cuisine is primarily noted for the prominent use of chili peppers and gata (coconut milk) in its food. A classic example is the gulay na lada, known outside the region as Bicol Express, a well-loved dish using siling labuyo (native small chilies) and the aforementioned gata.

Like their other neighboring regions, Bicolanas are also expected to lend a hand in household work. They are even anticipated to offer assistance after being married. On the other hand, Bicolano men are expected to assume the role of becoming the primary source of income and financial support for their families.

Bicolanos are also known for being very religious, the place is known for Señora De Peñafrancia. Bicolanos are often sweet, regionalist, friendly, adventurous, and put high importance on education and social status. Contrary to what is believed, not all Bicolanos are fond of chili. Men often know how to cook.

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