Unlike its next door neighbors Mayon and Bulusan, Isarog is a dormant volcano. Dubbed as “Vulcan de Agua”, Isarog Volcano lives up to expectations: Isarog has 16 major rivers that provide potable water to 15 of the 35 towns of Camarines Sur and irrigate some 67,400 hectares of rice lands at its foot. Rising to 1966 MASL, the highlight of the trek will include waterfalls, rivers, and hot springs. At its heights, you will get to see an overview of Bicol Peninsula, and get a glimpse of majestic Mt. Mayon.
All Isarog trekking options are inclusive of transfers (to and from Naga City or Naga/Pili Airport), guide services, registration fees, and meals and refreshments while on Isarog Volcano. Tents and sleeping bags will be provided, but advanced notice is required so that we can prepare the gear for you.
We offer trekking options of either a Day Trek or an Overnight Trek.