Bulusan Volcano National Park, which is popularly referred to as the 'Switzerland of the Orient' is stretched over an area of about 3,672 hectares of land. This park offers a truly amazing and outstanding range of wildlife species along with a varied range of flora. Home to some magnificent and interesting attractions such as the exotic Bulusan Lake, Sharp Peak and Hormahan; the two mountains with an active Bulusan Volcano also happen to be the highest peak of this national park.
The most visited sites of this park include the waterfalls of Magalang and Pampanga of Ayala, and which are also considered as the bathing sites within the mountains. Mount Arayat of the park is another distinguishing and popular feature of this national park which is considered as a mystical mountain. The park also offers some really amazing natural pools which will surely take away the stress of your journey and refill you with fresh energy and enthusiasm.