See what Naga has to offer
Naga’s charm as a pilgrimage city and its interesting tourist destinations make it one of the most visited cities in the Philippines. From old churches built during the Spanish colonial era to pristine Mt. Isarog Natural Park, Naga never fails to amaze its visitors. A world-class wakeboard resort nearby also beckons sports buffs and the more adventurous at heart. For the modern adventurer, Naga offers everything from challenging mountain treks to world-class wakeboard resort which promises to leave hearts pounding and the adrenaline rushing. Naga is also the jump-off point to Bicol’s many natural attractions like the white-sand islands of Caramoan, the whale-sharks of Donsol, and the island-gem of Calaguas.
To know more on how to reach other destinations in Bicol from Naga, please visit http://naga.gov.ph/see-naga/gateway-to-bicol-region/
You can also view directions to these city attractions thru the Google Map at the bottom of this page.
Whether as a tourism hub or a destination in itself, Naga boasts of the best amenities and facilities for the most intrepid of travelers. Home to Magsaysay Avenue, Bicol’s lively and wholesome entertainment district, Naga offers only the best that Bicol has to offer.
Visitors planning to travel to Bicol and learn more about Naga’s historical and natural attractions can contact the Arts, Culture and Tourism Office by phone (+63 54 473 4432), or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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A traveller arriving to Naga by land or by air will always be greeted by the sight of a dormant volcano rising from the plains of Bicol Region. Mt. Isarog’s imposing and seemingly frightening silhouette dwarf Naga and surrounding towns, the same communities it sustains through the abundance of water in its many rivers, streams, and waterfalls. Read more
Going on a tour?
Our local tour operators can help you out, whether travelling in small or large tour groups.
Email Mr. Alec Santos of the Arts, Culture and Tourism Office at email@example.com for more information
Photo credits: Bong Bajo, Stephen Prestado
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