List of potentially active volcanoes in the Philippines

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For mountains which include those classified as potentially-active volcanoes, see List of mountains in the Philippines. For active and inactive Philippine volcanoes, see List of active volcanoes in the Philippines and List of inactive volcanoes in the Philippines.

This is a list of potentially active volcanoes in the Philippines, as classified by the Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology.

Luzon[edit]

Name Elevation
(in m & ft)
Coordinates Last eruption
Amorong 376 metres (1,234 ft) 15°49′41″N 120°48′18″E / 15.828°N 120.805°E / 15.828; 120.805 (Amorong)
Arayat 1,026 metres (3,366 ft) 15°12′00″N 120°44′31″E / 15.20°N 120.742°E / 15.20; 120.742 (Arayat) Holocene
Isarog 1,966 metres (6,450 ft) 13°39′29″N 123°22′48″E / 13.658°N 123.38°E / 13.658; 123.38 (Isarog)
Labo 943 metres (3,094 ft) 14°01′12″N 122°47′31″E / 14.02°N 122.792°E / 14.02; 122.792 (Labo) 27,000 BP
Laguna Caldera 743 metres (2,438 ft) 14°25′N 121°16′E / 14.42°N 121.27°E / 14.42; 121.27 (Laguna Caldera) 28,000 BP
Malinao 1,548 metres (5,079 ft) 13°25′19″N 123°35′49″E / 13.422°N 123.597°E / 13.422; 123.597 (Malinao) 60,000 BP
Malindig 1,157 metres (3,796 ft) 13°14′24″N 122°01′05″E / 13.240°N 122.018°E / 13.240; 122.018 (Malindig)
Mariveles 1,388 metres (4,554 ft) 14°31′N 120°28′E / 14.52°N 120.47°E / 14.52; 120.47 (Mariveles) 4000 BP
Natib 1,287 metres (4,222 ft) 14°42′18″N 120°24′00″E / 14.705°N 120.40°E / 14.705; 120.40 (Natib) Holocene
Panay 501 metres (1,644 ft) 13°43′23″N 120°53′35″E / 13.723°N 120.893°E / 13.723; 120.893 (Panay) Pleistocene
Patoc 1,865 metres (6,119 ft) 17°08′49″N 120°58′48″E / 17.147°N 120.980°E / 17.147; 120.980 (Patoc)
Pocdol Mountains 1,102 metres (3,615 ft) 13°03′00″N 123°57′29″E / 13.05°N 123.958°E / 13.05; 123.958 (Pocdol Mountains)
Santo Tomas 2,260 metres (7,410 ft) 16°20′N 120°33′E / 16.33°N 120.55°E / 16.33; 120.55 (Santo Tomas Benguet)

Mindanao[edit]

Name Elevation
(in m & ft)
Coordinates Last eruption
Apo 2,954 metres (9,692 ft) 7°00′29″N 125°16′12″E / 7.008°N 125.27°E / 7.008; 125.27 (Apo)
Balatukan 2,450 metres (8,040 ft) 8°46′N 124°59′E / 8.77°N 124.98°E / 8.77; 124.98 (Balatukan)
Balut 852 metres (2,795 ft) 5°24′00″N 125°22′30″E / 5.40°N 125.375°E / 5.40; 125.375 (Balut) Holocene
Camiguin Mindanao 1,332 metres (4,370 ft) 9°06′N 124°42′E / 9.1°N 124.7°E / 9.1; 124.7 (Camiguin Mindanao) Holocene
Kalatungan 2,824 metres (9,265 ft) 7°57′N 124°48′E / 7.95°N 124.80°E / 7.95; 124.80 (Kalatungan) Holocene
Latukan 2,158 metres (7,080 ft) 7°39′N 124°28′E / 7.65°N 124.47°E / 7.65; 124.47 (Latukan) Holocene
Malindang 2,435 metres (7,989 ft) 8°13′N 123°38′E / 8.22°N 123.63°E / 8.22; 123.63 (Malindang) currently erupting

Sulu Islands[edit]

Name Elevation
(in m & ft)
Coordinates Last eruption
Dakut 474 metres (1,555 ft) 5°26′N 120°34′E / 5.44°N 120.56°E / 5.44; 120.56 (Dakut) ?

Visayas[edit]

Name Elevation
(in m & ft)
Coordinates Last eruption
Cabalian 945 metres (3,100 ft) 10°17′13″N 125°13′16″E / 10.287°N 125.221°E / 10.287; 125.221 (Cabalían)
Cancajanag 900 metres (3,000 ft) 10°24′43″N 124°31′55″E / 10.412°N 124.532°E / 10.412; 124.532 (Cancajanag)
Cuernos de Negros 1,862 metres (6,109 ft) 9°15′29″N 123°10′30″E / 9.258°N 123.175°E / 9.258; 123.175 (Cuernos de Negros) 12,000 BC
Mahagnao 800 metres (2,600 ft) 10°52′19″N 124°51′11″E / 10.872°N 124.853°E / 10.872; 124.853 (Mahagnao) ?
Mandalagan 1,879 metres (6,165 ft) 10°39′N 123°15′E / 10.65°N 123.25°E / 10.65; 123.25 (Mandalagan) Holocene
Silay 1,535 metres (5,036 ft) 10°46′N 123°14′E / 10.77°N 123.23°E / 10.77; 123.23 (Silay) Holocene

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