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List of inactive volcanoes in the Philippines

1. Alligator Lake, also known as Tadlac Lake, is a freshwater crater


lake located in Barangay Tadlac, in the Municipality of Los Baos, Laguna
province, Philippines. The lake-filled maar is located along the southern
shore of Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country, with Alligator Lake
protruding out of the shore of the larger lake. If not for its slightly-elevated
crater rim, Alligator Lake would be wholly engulfed by Laguna de Bay.

2. Mount Balungao is an extinct volcano located in Pangasinan, Ilocos


Region, on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. Rising to the height of
382 metres (1,253 ft) ASL, it is located in the town of Balungao, about 5
kilometres (3.1 mi) from the town center. It is the main tourist attraction of
the town, along with the Balungao Hot and Cold Spring Resort nearby.
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Mount Balungao is listed as aninactive volcano by the Philippine
Institute of Volcanology and Seismology (PHIVOLCS)

3. Pandin and Yambo are twin crater lakes separated by a narrow strip of
land. They are part of the Seven Lakes system in San Pablo. The lakes
can be found in Brgy. San Lorenzo, San Pablo City, Laguna, Philippines.
Lake Pandin is said to be "the most pristine" of the seven lakes of San
Pablo.[1]

4. Lake Calibato is one of the seven crater lakes collectively called


"Pitong Lawa" or Seven Lakes of San Pablo in Laguna. The lake is
situated in Brgy. Sto. Angel in San Pablo City. Calibato has an area of 42
hectares and maximum depth of 135 meters. Calibato's maximum water
capacity is approximately 29,600 cubic meters. Its supplies the city and
nearby towns with abundant fish and aquatic plants. The lake is the
deepest recorded among the seven-lake system; no recorded depths are
available for Muhikap.

5. Lake Bunot is one of the Seven Lakes of San Pablo, Laguna. It is


located in Brgy. Concepcion, San Pablo City. Only 4.5 km from the city
proper, Bunot is known for its cultured tilapia and fishpens for Nilotica
fingerlings. Bunot has a normal surface area of 30.5 hectares with a
maximum depth of 23 meter.

List of inactive volcanoes


in the Philippines
1.

Mount

Alu is

a volcano located

island town of Lugus,

in

on

the

eastern

the province of Sulu in

tip

of
the

southernmost Philippines.

2. Lake Sampaloc is an inactive volcanic maar on the island of Luzon, the Philippines.
It is the largest of the Seven Lakes of San Pablo, Laguna. Nearly half of the
lake's depth has a shallow depression at the lake's bottom, indicating its
volcanic origin. The lake is located behind San Pablo city hall and is

dotted

with fishpens and small cottages built on stilts.

3. Bulan Island or Bulang is the island located 2.5 km Southwest of Batam Island, 100 km2., in Sijori Growth
Triangle, Riau Islands Province, Indonesia, the largest island adjacent to Batam on its western side. The strait
between them is shallow and land reclamation and island amalgamation is
feasible.

4.
Mount
Butung is
an inactive volcano located
in
the Municipality of Quezon, Bukidnon Province in
the
island
of Mindanao, Philippines.
The
mountain
is
located
at74512N 125412ECoordinates

5. The Mount Inayawan Range Natural Park (also Mount Iniaoan


Range Natural Park) is a protected area of forested mountains in
the Northern Mindanao region of the Philippines. The park
encompasses the mountain range also known as Mount Iniaoan
located in the landlocked municipality of Nunungan in Lanao del
Norte and covers a total area of 3,632.74 hectares (8,976.7 acres)
with a buffer zone of 889.04 hectares (2,196.9 acres)

List of inactive volcanoes in the


Philippines
1. Mount Kitanglad is an inactive volcano] located in the Kitanglad
Mountain Range in Bukidnon province on Mindanao island. It is the
fourth highest mountain in the Philippines and has an approximate
height of 2,899 meters. It is located betweenMalaybalay City and
the municipalities of Lantapan, Impasugong, Sumilao, and Libona.

2. Lake Muhikap (more commonly spelled as Mohicap or Mojicap) is


one

of

the seven

lakes of San

the province ofLaguna, Philippines.

The

Pablo
lake,

which

City,
is

in

located

in Brgy. Sta. Catalina has an area of 14.5 hectares (36 acres), and it is
one of the main suppliers of water in the city. The waters of San
Pablo Lakes provide a generous source of tilapia for Metro Manila and
suburbs.
3.

Lake

Palakpakin is

Pablo in Laguna, Philippines.

one

of

the Seven

Palakpakin

is

Lakes

located

of

San

in Brgy.

San

Buenaventura,San Pablo City. With an area of 43 hectares, it has a


maximum depth of 7.5 meters.
Residents around the lake rely on income from fishpens and fishcages
that grow cultured tilapia and silver carps.
4.

Lake

Danao is

guitar-shaped lake on

the

island

of Leyte, Philippines in the province of Leyte.


The lake is covering an area of 148 hectares (370 acres). It is
situated in the 2,193 hectares (5,420 acres) Lake Danao National
Park, which also includes the Amandiwin mountain range. The lake is 18

kilometres (11 mi) northeast of Ormoc City, half an hour drive along the San Pablo - Tongonan and Milagro - Lake
Danao roads.

5. Isabel Island is an inhabited island in the province of Romblon in the Philippines. It is part of barangay
Nasunogan in the municipality of Banton. In the 1918 census, the
island together with its sister island Carlota Island constituted one
single barrio named "Isla de las Dos Hermanas" (Spanish: Two Sisters
Island) with 23 inhabitants.