Bicol Tours and Activities

Bicol Tours and Activities

Discover Bicol Region and explore its six major provinces. Visit its islands and beaches, cultural and heritage sites, religious landmarks, and delicious food. All this and more when you try Bicol tours in the Philippines.
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Frequently asked questions

What are the top tourist spots in Bicol?

Your trip to Bicol won’t be complete without a visit to its major provinces like Albay (where Legazpi is found), Camarines Sur, Camarines Norte, Catanduanes, Masbate, and Sorsogon. Explore beautiful islands such as Calaguas and Caramoan, enjoy the view of Mount Mayon, go on a cultural trip and see Cagsawa Ruins, Daraga Church, and Lignon Hill Nature Park, dive and swim with whale sharks in Donsol by joining a Donsol whale shark tour, see the gorgeous fireflies in the evening during a Donsol firefly tour, and many more.

When is the best time to visit Bicol?

Bicol is a good year-round destination. However, to avoid rain, it is best to visit during the dry and summer season from November to May.

How much time should I spend in Bicol?

It’s best to stay at least 3-5 full days to explore fully what Bicol has to offer. You’ll need at least a day to visit the heritage sites in Legaspi alone, or a day to enjoy each of the island and water activities offered in various towns. If you’re planning to try a Donsol firefly watching activity, you will also need to set aside a night for the experience.

Is it safe in Bicol?

Bicol is safe for travelers, both local and international explorers. The Bicolanos are very warm and friendly and will make you feel welcome in their hometown.

What languages do locals speak in Bicol?

The main language in Bicol is Bicolano, but take note there is a different dialect spoken in each town. Most of the locals are also very proficient in English and Filipino.

What's the best way to get around Bicol?

The most popular mode of transportation around Bicol is jeepneys, tricycles, and taxicabs. However, if you prefer a hassle-free trip, a private tour of the city or rent-a-car service is highly recommended.

Can I rent a car in Bicol?

Yes, there are many rent-a-car services available in Bicol.

What should you eat in Bicol?

Bicol’s most famous dish is Bicol express, a coconut-rich stew composed of pork, chili, and more.