Enjoy majestic views and set foot on Bicol’s historical landmarks by joining this half-day private day tour that brings you to centuries-old churches and other Legazpi City attractions. You will visit iconic places such as Legazpi City Boulevard, Guadalupe Shrine, Lignon Hill Nature Park, Japanese Tunnel, Daraga Church, and Cagsawa Ruins. Planned over 4 hours, this tour includes an air-conditioned vehicle, a DOT accredited guide, and entrance fees to all attractions, with hotel pick up and drop off points within Legazpi City.
The Legazpi City Boulevard is known for its picture-perfect roadside views of Mount Mayon, Katipunan Hill, the Albay Gulf, and surrounding areas along the coastal road network. It’s a fitting introduction to the start of the tour before moving on to the Guadalupe Shrine. Located at the top of Buraguis Hill, it features a 20-foot image of the Virgin of Guadalupe standing tall at the summit.
Up next is the Lignon Hill Nature Park, which sits near the foot of Mayon Volcano. The park is popular among extreme sports enthusiasts and also offers beautiful views of the volcano from its summit. At the bottom of the hill, you’ll find the Japanese Tunnels, a 40m L-shaped WWII era hole used as a hiding place of soldiers during the war.
After marveling at the views from above and visiting tunnels from below, your tour’s next leg brings you to two centuries-old churches dating back to the Spanish colonial period. First is Daraga Church, a national treasure that features Baroque architecture and a volcanic stone facade. Second is the Cagsawa Ruins, which shows the remains of a 16the century church and a national treasure.
Aside from your transport service, the tour also covers useful amenities such as towels, umbrellas, safety hats, and water to keep you hydrated and comfortable during the tour. Don’t miss the chance to get to know Bicol by joining this Legazpi City half day tour and visit its major attractions. Check availability by choosing a date.
- All our guides speak English.
- Not all establishments accept credit or debit cards, and ATMs may be limited.