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Mount Bulusan is a volcano in the south-eastern part of the Luzon Island on the Philippines
. It is one of the three active volcanoes in the region Buvol. Mount Bulusan and the surrounding area were proclaimed the Bulusan Volcano National Park in 1935. The volcano is 1559 meters high and it is a popular rock-climbing site for its interesting and diversed terrain. The path to the top leads through deep woods as well as plains, which offer beautiful views of the area. There is a crater lake on the top of the volcano and a smaller lake below, called the Blackbird Lake. There are also several charming waterfalls, hot springs and caves. Mount Bulusan is easily accessible from the nearby cities Sorsogon or Barcelona.
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Last update: Nov 10, 2012 4:28:07 PM