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Rising from the verdant island of Luzon, about 30 miles from Manila, the Taal ranks as the world’s smallest volcano, as well as the Philippines’ second most active, with 33 recorded eruptions.

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  1. DBCoop says:

    Part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, Luzon's Taal Volcano is a scenic but unpredictable beauty. I think any stop there for me would be a brief one!

  2. Hazel says:

    I visited Taal a few years ago. Took some horses up to the top. VERY beautiful view. You can see steam rising from the water.

  3. Another travel target on contests to be awarded that's prettier even if it did a disaster naturally!

  4. Good place for destination…. enjoyed reading your blog. A pleasant tourist experience

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  5. Sam says:

    I love hiking the way up there. When you reach the top and see it's stunning beauty, all the effort is worth it. It's really breath-taking.

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  6. says:

    Beautiful place really… love such kind of places, specially the water color makes me feel very good…Cheap Flights From Peshawar to Lahore

  7. kirstzD says:

    What a gorgeous place! The view is breath-taking! I would love to visit this place very soon. An excellent photograph too! Thanks for the info. :)

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