Camarines Sur The province lies across the middle of the peninsula at the southern tip of Luzon. It embraces the fertile valleys of the Bicol River and its contributing tributaries as well as the volcanic regions of Mt. Isarog and Mt. Iriga.
On the north, it is bounded by Camarines Norte and San Miguel Bay. On the south, by Albay. On the east, the Pacific Ocean and Lagonoy Gulf. On the west, by Ragay Gulf.
In the modern time, it has gained a new name as "Cam Sur" which was tagged by young travellers who engage in various water activities and sports that the province has to offer. Also through aggressive tourism campaigns it has now become one of the must visit places in the Philippines.
Pili is the capital of Camarines Sur in the Bicol Region--and inside the Capitol is where the seat of government lies. It is also called Kapitolyo to locals in the area, and the nearby Major …