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Mt Bulusan Volcano, Philippines

Mt Bulusan Volcano, Philippines.


Mt Bulusan Volcano Treks...


Bulusan Volcano is an active volcano surrounded by verdant natural rainforest. It is just one of many Philippines volcanoes. Here you'll encounter a variety of different plants, birds, and wild animals, which makes it a great area for trekking, with the help of one of the local guides. During such a trek, your guide may show you how to seek out edible mushrooms, fruits & berries, and other plants, which you can enjoy at one of your meals.

During the treks you will visit areas that the local government is re-foresting and you may be invited to assist by planting a tree. Before this region acquired the protection of becoming a national park, there was a lot of illegal logging on the slopes of Bulusan volcano. Today, the Bulusan rainforest is recovering and becoming an even more attractive and diverse eco-system.

Tip: All Mt Bulusan Volcano Treks can be combined with a Mt Mayon Volcano Trek, to give Twin-Peak Treks of between 3 and 7 Days. Please enquire.


Mt Bulusan Volcano, Philippines

Mount Bulusan Volcano Treks


Treks run with a minimum of 1 person (plus local guide)


Trekking to Bulusan Summit - 5 Days/ 4 Nights


Day 1 - Transfer from Legazpi to Bulusan. Lunch on arrival at Bulusan Lake. Registration and pre-trek medical check-up.

Start of trek up Bulusan Volcano. Arrival at Sharp Peak, (a remnant of an old volcano) and set up of camp. Here you can look down over a spectacular view of Sorsogon province and its border with the Pacific Ocean. Also the volcano's 2 lakes - Bulusan Lake and Agingay Lake.

Dinner, and overnight camping on the volcano.


Day 2 - Trek for 3 hours to Agingay Lake. Set up camp and have lunch. After lunch, proceed to Bulusan Volcano summit.

After conquering the summit, head back down to the campsite for dinner. Relax and enjoy stargazing, when the skies are clear. Overnight camping on the volcano.


Day 3 - Wake and enjoy the Agingay Lake, which is surrounded by forest, and is therefore the perfect place to see endemic birds, as well as monkeys and wild boars. After breakfast, head back down to Bulusan Lake, and the visitor centre for lunch, drinks, and maybe a quick foot massage from the locals.

We next head to a local guest house where you can see how the community lives.

Dinner is served and overnight stay is at the guest house.


Day 4 - Breakfast, followed by a trek to the Bayugin waterfalls. (Bring some swimwear and a towel!) Next stroll around the community to see how locals make the goods that they sell to the city. These include Pili Nut products, Karagumoy goodss (Karagumoy is a type of grass, dried and woven into mats, bags, and other attractive items). Take lunch during the trip. Dinner, and overnight accommodation at the guest house.


Day 5 - After Breakfast, travel back to Legazpi.


Mt Bulusan Lake, Philippines

Mt Bulusan Exploration - 4 Days/ 3 Nights


Day 1 - Transfer from Legazpi to Bulusan. Lunch on arrival at Bulusan Lake. Registration and pre-trek medical check-up.

Start of trek up Bulusan Volcano. Arrival at Sharp Peak, (a remnant of an old volcano) and set up of camp. Here you can look down over a spectacular view of Sorsogon province and its border with the Pacific Ocean. Also the volcano's 2 lakes - Bulusan Lake and Agingay Lake.

Dinner, and overnight camping on the volcano.


Day 2 - Trek for 3 hours to Agingay Lake. Set up camp and have lunch. Agingay Lake is surrounded by forest, and is therefore the perfect place to see endemic birds, as well as monkeys and wild boars. After breakfast, head back down to Bulusan Lake, and the visitor centre for lunch, drinks, and maybe a quick foot massage from the locals.

We next head to a local guest house where you can see how the community lives.

Dinner is served and overnight stay is at the guest house.


Day 3 - Breakfast, followed by a trek to the Bayugin waterfalls. (Bring some swimwear and a towel!) Next stroll around the community to see how locals make the goods that they sell to the city. These include Pili Nut products, Karagumoy goodss (Karagumoy is a type of grass, dried and woven into mats, bags, and other attractive items). Take lunch during the trip. Dinner, and overnight accommodation at the guest house.


Day 4 - After Breakfast, travel back to Legazpi.


Trek to Mt Bulusan Summit - 3 Days/ 2 Nights


Day 1 - Transfer from Legazpi to Bulusan. Lunch on arrival at Bulusan Lake. Registration and pre-trek medical check-up.

Start of trek up Bulusan Volcano. Arrival at Sharp Peak, (a remnant of an old volcano) and set up of camp. Here you can look down over a spectacular view of Sorsogon province and its border with the Pacific Ocean. Also the volcano's 2 lakes - Bulusan Lake and Agingay Lake.

Dinner, and overnight camping on the volcano.


Mt Bulusan Volcano, Philippines

Day 2 - Trek for 3 hours to Agingay Lake. Set up camp and have lunch. After lunch, proceed to Bulusan Volcano summit.

After conquering the summit, head back down to the campsite for dinner. Relax and enjoy stargazing, when the skies are clear. Overnight camping on the volcano.


Day 3 - Wake and enjoy the Agingay Lake, which is surrounded by forest, and is therefore the perfect place to see endemic birds, as well as monkeys and wild boars. After breakfast, head back down to Bulusan Lake, and the visitor centre for lunch, drinks, and maybe a quick foot massage from the locals.

Transfer back to Legazpi City.


Overnight Bulusan Trek - 2 Days/ 1 Night


Treks run with a minimum of 1 person (plus local guide)


Day 1 - Transfer from Legazpi to Bulusan. Lunch on arrival at Bulusan Lake. Registration and pre-trek medical check-up.

Start of trek up Bulusan Volcano. Arrival at Sharp Peak, (a remnant of an old volcano) and set up of camp. Here you can look down over a spectacular view of Sorsogon province and its border with the Pacific Ocean. Also the volcano's 2 lakes - Bulusan Lake and Agingay Lake.

Dinner, and overnight camping on the volcano.


Day 2 - Trek for 3 hours to Agingay Lake, which is surrounded by forest, and is therefore the perfect place to see endemic birds, as well as monkeys and wild boars. As you enjoy the area, lunch will be prepared. After lunch, head back down to Bulusan Lake, and the visitor centre for lunch, drinks, and maybe a quick foot massage from the locals.

Transfer back to Legazpi City.


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