Biliran volcano comprises the whole 20x35 km Island of Biliran which is formed by a group of lava domes. It is located across the narrow Biliran Strait from the northern tip of Leyte Island.
Biliran volcano is at the northern end of a 170 km long volcanic chain extending S... [more]
Mount Cabalían volcano is located on the SE tip of Leyte Island, Philippines. It is is an andesitic stratovolcano with steep radial erosion valleys and ridges that are moderately to thickly vegetated.
It contains a summit crater filled by a lake. The crater rim is irregula... [more]
Cancajanag volcano is a complex of lava domes located 6.5 km NNW of Lobi volcano on Leyte Island, Philippines. The age of its most recent eruptions is not known, but it was classified as potentially active by PHIVOLCS. [more]
Canlaon volcano (also spelled Kanlaon) on Negros Island is one of the most active volcanoes of the Philippines and the most active one of the Central Philippines. It forms the highest peak of Negros Island and is located west of Canlaon about 36 km southeast of Bacolod City and b... [more]
Cuernos de Negros (also known as Magaso) is a large stratovolcano complex located in SE Negros Island, Philippines, near the city of Dumaguete. It is unknown when it has erupted after since the last radiocarbon-dated activity about 14,000 years ago. At present, it still has activ... [more]
Mahagnao volcano (also known as Kasiboi or Casiboi) is a forested andesitic stratovolcano in central Leyte Island, Philippines.
The volcano contains a steep-walled forested summit crater open to the south. Malagsom and Danao are 2 lakes located on the south flank. Malagsom ... [more]
Mandalagan volcano in northern Negros Island, Central Philippines, is an eroded dominantly andesitic-dacitic volcanic complex. It is formed by 7 volcanic edifices and has at least 5 craters of up to 2 km in diameter, some of which are probably calderas. The age of its last erupt... [more]
Silay volcano is the northernmost volcano on Negros Island lies 28 km east of Silay City. It is a basaltic-andesite stratovolcano with a partially breached, 3.5-km-wide summit caldera.
It is unknown when the last eruptions occurred at Silay volcano. The Malisbog solfatara ... [more]