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All in all, Quezon Province is one place that will hurt your pocket. Environmental fees are everywhere.
We went to Dampalitan Beach to spend our night. When we arrived there, we paid P150 each (for 12 people) and P400 for tent space (Kubo is P850...More
The place is simple yet there's something beyond that.. I guess its the tranquility of nature that makes a tourist feel more relaxed and peaceful.
The place is clean you have the option to set a tent or rent a "kubo" or nipa hut for...More
Among the islands that we visited in Quezon, I'd say this is the most relaxing. Why? We had no plans of taking a nap in the island but it was just so quiet and even though there are a few people aside from us, we...More
Out of all the islands I visited in Quezon, this was my favorite. Yes the weather got a little bad while we were staying here, but I still loved this place. We were lucky enough that we were the only visitors in the island during...More
Dampalitan has a long shoreline that's great for setting up camp. There are also public restrooms that can be used. There's also a sari-sari store where you can buy snacks and your basic needs. My friends and I bought a drum filled with fresh water,...More
This is the 2nd stop of our 3-beach weekend getaway. Too bad it was low tide so the water is muddy and we didn't get to swim. There's an entrance fee of P75 and we paid P300 for tent pitching. The water for washing up...More
The sand is fairly white but the water is a bit unfriendly (though tolerable) because of the jellyfishes and the sea urchins that lurk in the deep.
The caretaker collects fees. I believe it is PhP60 for day tour PhP80 for overnight staty. Fresh water...More
Dampalitan is part of the different islands in padre burgos quezon. The sand is white and the water is clear but there are a lot of jelly fish. You need to continuosly watch out or else get stung.
It's a good camping site since there...More