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The Serene Tropical Paradise that is Sorsogon

The Serene Tropical Paradise that is Sorsogon


You’ve probably heard of this place because it is a known breeding ground for the largest fish in the world, the whale sharks which are in the town of Donsol. But wait, there’s more to Sorsogon other than its gentle giants.

Butanding Whale Shark Interaction Center (Donsol)

Photo Credits: Wandering Wagars

Just a few hours away from the capital, Manila, this quaint tropical haven might just be your next out-of-town getaway. With breathtaking sceneries on and off its shores, Sorsogon is a magical place that is waiting for you to discover.

Breathtaking Beaches

Being the southernmost province in the Bicol peninsula, Sorsogon embraces its waters from every side. It unravels many majestic islands and miles of stunning coastlines whose beaches are like no other.

Paguriran Island and Lagoon (Bacon District, Sorsogon City)

Photo Credits: Vee De Serra

Its beaches boast a variety of colors and textures, as well as pristine seas that are rarely visited. Sorsogon offers that tranquil and solace-like charm everybody needs every once in a while.

The Pink Sands at Subic Beach (Matnog)

Photo Credits: Pinoy Travel Freak

Rich Volcanic Landscape

As situated on the Bicol volcanic arc, Sorsogon is also home to one of the most active volcanoes in the country, Mount Bulusan.

Bulusan Volcano (Bulusan)

Photo Credits: Hungry Travel Pal

When it is not in a bad mood, visiting the strato-giant and its surrounding area will leave you in awe due to its high concentration of flora and fauna. It also boasts of several hot springs and other physical wonders that will surely make your trip worthwhile.

See Also

Bulusan Volcano Natural Park (Irosin)

Photo Credits: Vee De Serra

San Mateo Hot and Cold Springs (Monbon, Irosin)

Photo Credits: Maria Beltran

Bayugin Falls (Bulusan)

Photo Credits: TripAdvisor

There are far more places both natural and man-made to see and explore. With travel restrictions becoming more lenient, you don’t have to look very far, you just need to head south!

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