“NAGA was visited by 2,184,287 domestic and foreign tourists in 2022.” This was what Naga City Arts, Culture and Tourism Office Head, Alec Santos, bared to Bicol Mail after his office finalized the tabulation and validation of data submitted by hotels and resorts in Naga.
Tourist arrivals to Naga City are expected to break pre-pandemic levels this 2022, says Alec Santos, the city’s tourism officer.
Try Naga's very own 'worst food' - Kinalas. Our restaurants serve a variety of international dishes. For that special Bikolano flavor, do taste our Bicol Express, sweetened pili nuts and many more.
Discover Mt. Isarog's rainforests, Naga's historic churches, its pulsating entertainment district, or immerse yourself in its vibrant culture. There's plenty to enjoy in this friendly city.
Among the many festivals held in the region, the Peñafrancia Festival is the biggest, drawing thousands of visitors and devotees from all over the world.
From well-appointed hotels to budget accommodations and resorts, Naga City offers a variety of places for your stay.
Naga is a unique mix of nature-based thrills, charming heritage sites, and a vibrant cosmopolitan feel. A tour of these sites will introduce you to the city's heart and soul.
Barely an hour by plane from the nation’s capital, Naga can be reached by a variety of transportation modes from airplanes, buses, and the newly-refurbished trains of the Philippine National Railways. Local tour operators can also arrange special chartered trips from their place of origin to Naga.