4 Amazing Spots to See in Naga City

Should the time come where you need to do some soul searching of just have some well-deserved rest and relaxation, then taking a trip to Naga City, Camarines Sur is a brilliant idea! For one, Naga is known to be the third Spanish Royal City after Iloilo and Manila and is a key city in the Bicol Region in the Philippines.

This Philippine travel destination is where a lot of good stuff can also be found. There are some business establishments, centers for art and culture, medical institutions, premium education, and of course, a growing economy. Because of these reasons, there’s surely something for everyone who travels here.

Without further ado, here are some of the best things you can do in Naga City:

Rest and Relax at the Caramoan Getaway

If you’re looking for some fun under the sun, Caramoan is simply the best place just for that experience! You can experience the summer breeze all year round and get a tan on its beautiful seashore. You can also go snorkeling and island hopping from one beach to another.

The best sites where you can catch great photos are the Manlawi Sandbar, Guinahoan Island, Lahus Island and Matakud Island where you can see the “enchanted” milkfish locals talk about.


Visit Mt. Isarog National Park

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You can trek all your worries away and you’ll feel lighter (figuratively and literally) at Mount Isarog, a potentially active volcano. Its highest point is about 6,600 feet (2,011 m).

Historically, it’s a spot where the troops of the Philippine Army and Bicolano guerrillas took refuge when the Japanese conquered the country. Nowadays, it’s a national park, home to waterfalls, springs and nature.

The best time to visit the place is between January to April. By this time, the mountain’s forest is cold and refreshing even if it’s hot elsewhere.


Go Wild at the Pinacuason Hot Spring Resort and Adventure Park

Bliss is within reach at the Pinacuason Hot Spring Resort and Adventure Park. Families from all over come to enjoy having picnics by the pools and other water activities.

However, solo travelers can try out the bike zipline – an ultimate adventure to experience. You get to pedal a modified bike on a cable-wire that’s suspended about 100 feet above the ground.


Feel Refreshed at Malabsay Falls

Hidden at the foot of Mt. Isarog is Malabsay Falls — one of Mother Nature’s best hidden secrets. To reach the falls, you would need to trek for about 15 minutes first. It’s a fairly easy route and an enjoyable one due to seeing nature up close and personal. The experience helps anyone forget that they are trekking in the first place.

So, if you want to feel refreshed, you can visit Malabsay Falls. You can take a jeepney ride from Naga to the terminal in Panicusan, and then walk straight to Mt. Isarog National Park’s entrance.

So, there you have it, these are just some of the Philippine tourist attractions you should consider visiting when you’re in Naga City. Just remember that there are other possible sightseeing spots besides these. You just have to take the time to explore the