Mt. Isarog, The Majestic

This is Mt. Isarog, a dead volcano nestled at the heart of Camarines Sur province of the Philippines. It is the highest forested peak in the southern portion of the island of Luzon with a height of 1,966 meters (6,450.13 feet) above sea level. It has a total land area of 10,112.34 hectares (24,987.96 acres) shared by six towns and a city. The town of Calabanga has jurisdiction on some 589.44 hectares (1,456.4 acres) of the now declared Mt. Isarog national park.

Three barangays (villages) of the town are located here: Comaguingking, Harubay, and Lugsad with a combined population of 4,142.
Isarog is a volcanic cone mountain with rugged slopes formed by narrow gorges, rivers, streams and creeks. The terrain ranges from gradually sloping on elevation of 700 meters and below to steep slopes beyond that.

Maogmang Viernes na Pagmasid kan Kalangitan sa Mt. Isarog
Iyo ini an bukid kan Isarog, gadan na bulkan nakatugdok sa puso kan probinsiya nin Camarines Sur digde sa Pilipinas. Ini an pinakahalangkaw na bukid na dakul pang kakahuyan sa ikog kan isla nin Luzon na may langkaw na 1,966 metro. May total na kadagaan na 10,122.45 na ektarya na nabaranga sa anum na banwaan asin sarong ciudad. An banwaan kan Calabanga may kaput kan 589.44 ektarya sa deklaradong Mt. Isarog national park.
Tolong barrio kan banwaan yaon digde- Comaguingking, Harubay asin Lugsad na may total na habitantes na 4,142.
An Isarog sarong tipikal na bulkan- bukid na may formang baliktad na imbudo na an pagilid magapo asin mahalnas, naforma huli kan mga saradit na kali asin salog digde.

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0 thoughts on “Mt. Isarog, The Majestic”

  1. BEautiful image. Love the rural setting. I have never been to Bicol but I have two best buddies who hail from there.

  2. Hi Japa, at first I thought it’s the Mayon Volcano. I haven’t seen much of Mt. Isarog’s photo and I thank you for sharing it.

    The windmills are exactly located in Bagui, a town prior to Pagudpud if you’re driving from Laoag.

  3. Well that’s a kind of scenery that we don’t see in the Netherlands. It’s so wonderful that we can see the world sitting at the computer and visiting other blogs!

  4. Nice composition. And thanks for adding the information – this is not a part of the world I am familiar with. Thanks for visiting mine.

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