North Philippines or the Luzon island is the largest island in the country. It occupies more than a third of the archipelago's total land area. This island is also a great contributor to the agricultural industry of the country. Rice, Corn, Sugarcane, Mangoes, and Bananas, are just some of the main products it supplies. 57% of the population in the Philippines is situated in Luzon as of 2020.
Apart from being home to the Capital of the Philippines, Manila, Luzon has many attractions to offer may it be land or sea. The Sierra Madre, the country's longest mountain range, is found in Luzon island. This mountain range occupies 10 provinces, and it represents around 40% of the country's forest cover. Another amazing location is the island's highest mountain, Mt. Pulag. The most active volcano in the Philippines that's also identified as the world's most perfect volcanic cone, the Mayon Volcano is located within Luzon, in the province of Albay. For those who crave the sea, there are also a number of amazing dive sites and surfing locations in Luzon. Provinces like Batangas, Zambales, and La Union, are just some of the more famous places if you want a water adventure.