Because of their tolerance for deliciously spicy food, Bicol is the home for flaming -cooked food such as the famous Bicol Express, laing, and pinangat. Spice lovers would definitely indulged and enjoy the experience of the delicacies in this province.
Religion plays a big part on the Flamers. Every third weekend of September, all the devotees of the miraculous "Ina" gather in Naga City to celebrate the feast of Our Lady of Peñafrancia. "Ina", a patroness of Bicol, is one of the most revered Marian images in the Philippines. The religious observance starts nine days (the second Friday of September) before the feast day itself (third Saturday).
Bicol is not just a place for food lovers and devotees, it is also a "jungle gym" for adrenaline-seekers, too! Test your wakeboarding skills in Camsur Watersports Complex. CWC is a 6-hectare complex for wakeboarding and sand dune riding.
But if water skiing isn’t your interest, you can choose to do "safer" activities. CWC also has a pool, clubhouse, and an area for beach volleyball. Swimming with the whalesharks is also possible at the southern tip of the Bicol province, Donsol, Sorsogon, which is the home of the whale sharks.
Explore outside the box, Beyond Cebu!