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Provinces & Destinations - Camarines Sur

Boa-boahan Festival
Nabua

Held every May 2, coinciding the town fiesta of Nabua. The highlight of the affair is the re-enactment of the 13th century pagan rites which is enriched by colorful costumes. The rite is a revival of the traditional boa feast during the pre-Spanish era

Caramoan National Park
Caramoan Peninsula

Caramoan National Park is one of the large and yet almost untouched natural attractions in the Philippines . The site has numerous limestone islands and promontories making it ideal for island-hopping and numerous attractions. There are a number of coves and white sand beaches.

Kamundagan Festival
Naga City

The festivity seeks to boost tourism, expands business and provide livelihood opportunities by showcasing a line-up of activities. Highlights of which are "Kiri-kiti", "Pastoras", beauty search, agro-industrial fair, cultural presentation, and a civic parade. The event is usually held on the month of December.

Lake Buhi
Located at the Eastern Side of Mt. Iriga

A picturesque lake above 105 meters above sea level surrounded on all sides by hills more than 300 meters high. It where Tabius, the smallest commercial fish in the world is found. Tabius is about 3 millimeters long and one spoonful of this holds a thousand of these small fishes.

Mt. Iriga
Near Iriga City

A very distinct volcano of about 4,823 feet and the eruption has caused the existence of Lake Buhi . Mt. Iriga is one of the most significant mountains in the province offering lush greenery and varied animal life.There is a wide expanse of forests whose trees are hugged by dense moss making it appear that the trees have bigger trunks than they actually have.

Pe├▒afrancia Festival
Naga City

The main attraction of the festival is the fluvial parade. Religious and other civic dignitaries, together with thousands of town folk, accompany the image of the Virgin of Pe├▒afrancia, patroness of Bicol Region, from the Naga Cathedral to a waiting barge. The event is held on the 3rd week of September.

Tinagba Festival
Iriga City

A harvest-offering festival on the feast of Our Lady of Lourdes every 11th of February. It is based on an old tradition where Bicolanos offer to God their first bountiful harvest as the way of thanksgiving. During the festival, all the different barrios converge to the site to participate in the festivity.

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