Labo Volcano | John Seach


Camarines Sur Province, Luzon, Philippines

14.02 N, 122.792 E
summit elevation 1544 m

Labo Volcano at the northwestern end of the Bicol Arc, Luzon, Philippines. It is a stratovolcano with a basal diameter of 24 km. The volcano is is composed of interlayered andesitic and dacitic lava flows and breccias.

Geothermal activity is present at Labo volcano. The most recent eruptions produced pyroclastic flows from the summit cone about 27,000 years ago.

Labo Volcano Eruptions

27,000 years ago.