The Bicol Region is more than just the Mayon scenery and Pili nuts pasalubong. The region is composed of 6 major provinces – Albay, Catanduanes, Sorsgon, Camarines Norte, Camarines Sur, and Masbate. It has a rich historical culture with a wide variety of colorful traditions and amazing stories from the locals. In addition, the Bicolanos are also known for their local taste of spicy cuisines that our own mothers surely have in their cooking handbooks.
The Bicol Region, geographically situated at the tail of Luzon, has an abundance of natural perks from volcanoes, to amazing stretch of beaches, and to boondocks that saved the locals from several harsh calamities.
Board on hand, Noah walks across a small parchment of green turf as water sprays on the surface. He dips his feet on the lake – a ceremonial introduction between man and nature as they are about to dance to the tune of flat wood and rolling cables.
The city of Naga in the province of Camarines Sur are part of the Bicol Region. Found in the southern part of Luzon, it is a land of culture, business, history and tourism. Diverse in their offering, this part of town boasts of many natural wonders that can cater to anyone and everyone. Filled with warmth true to their hospitable nature, Bicolanos here are proud of their heritage, food and destinations.
From conquering the hillside to driving through muddy trails, experience the best of Legazpi while keeping your freshness on point. Get ready to go on an adventure with your #FreshFaceON!
Taste the sweetness of Bicol with La Vie Sucre by Phillip James maker of the iconic Bicol Fantasy, a local take on that decadent layered dessert, made with pili and tablea to showcase the flavors of Bicol!