We have 52 volcanoes in our database.

When you live on a volcanic island like Camiguin you have to get information about your volcano. Actually we live on Camiguin because we like volcanoes. If you ever have seen Mount Mayon’s glowing lava tears in the night, or if ever you have sat on the Stromboli watching this natural firework, you understand our choice.

We do not claim having brought new facts. The only thing we do is gather information and publish it in a easily readable form. Our thanks go to the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology / Suriang Pilipino ng Bulkanolohiya at Sesmolohiya and the Smithsonian National Institute of Natural History.


Volcanoes are potentially dangerous. PHIVOLCS maintains a network of observatories and publishes valuable information. Before you approach a volcano, please read the Phivolcs Flyers visit their website and contact the responsible Phivolcs station/observatory.

Visible activity with volcanic tremor
Invisible activity, permanently monitored
Potentially active, historic eruptions
Inactive, prehistoric erruptions

Data provided by PHIVOLCS