Mayon Volcano is a famous active stratovolcano in the Philippines known for its near-perfect cone shape and frequent eruptions. Standing at 2,462 meters, it is an iconic natural landmark and a popular tourist attraction. Despite its beauty, the volcano poses risks to nearby communities due to lahars and pyroclastic flows. With over 50 eruptions in the past 400 years, Mayon serves as a reminder of nature’s power and the importance of preparedness in the face of volcanic hazards.