Volcanoes of North of Luzon (5 volcanoes)Babuyan Claro| Camiguin de Babuyanes| Didicas | Iraya| Unnamed
|Babuyan Claro (Mt. Pangasun) is the largest and second youngest of 5 volcanoes that built up Babuyan Island, 100 km off the north coast of Luzon, Philippines. Babuyan Claro is an active stratovolcano of ca. 7 cubic km volume and has 2 summit craters of 300 and 400 m in diameter. ... [more]|
|Camiguin de Babuyanes
|Camiguin de Babuyanes volcano is a small stratovolcano on the SW tip of the 22 km long Camiguin Island in the Babuyan archipelago, 35 km off the north tip of Luzon Island.
Note: A volcanic island called Camiguin is located off the north coast of Mindanao Island. [more]
|Didicas volcano is a small volcanic island 22 km NE of Camiguin Island, 60 km off the northern coast of Luzon, Philippines.
Until 1952, it was a submarine volcano that had previously formed temporary islands during eruptions. In the eruption of 1952 the submarine volcano fo... [more]
|Iraya is an active stratovolcano on Batan Island, 200 km north of Luzon, Philippines. It is the northernmost active volcano in the Philippines. Its last eruption probably happened in 1454 AD, but little details are known about this eruption.
It seems that Iraya volcano's er... [more]
|An active submarine volcano is located 5 km west of Ibugos Island, northern Philippines. Eruptions occurred in 1773, 1850, and 1854.
Ibugos is located at the southern end of the Batan Island chain in the Luzon Strait between Luzon and Taiwan. The unnamed volcano rises to w... [more]