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Travel Guide : How to get to Kwebang Lampas in Pagbilao Quezon

Kwebang Lampas


How to get to Kwebang Lampas

1. Take a bus bound for Lucena City and get off at Lucena Grand Terminal.

There are several bus companies that has regular trips to Lucena. We took Jac Liner in Buendia, fare is around 220 pesos and travel time is about 3-4 hours.

2. From the grand terminal, take a mini-bus bound for Unisan and get off at Brgy. Polo Crossing. Travel time is around 20-30 minutes, fare is around 30 pesos.

3. Look for the tricycle terminal and rent a tricycle going to the jump off of Kwebang Lampas. Fare is around 300 pesos and travel time is about around 30-45 minutes. Be sure to haggle on the price, it sometimes get a bit pricey but 300 pesos is just right.

4. From the jump off point, you could either walk or rent a boat going to the shore. Boat fare is 35 pesos per way, travel time is about 20 minutes.

Click here for the details of of our trip to Kwebang Lampas last year.

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7 comments :

Anonymous said...

kuya, i really like to go at this place.. but my problem is that san kme pede mgstay jn if we are around 20 person..

Pinoy AdvenTurista said...

overnight stay is not allowed at kwebang lampas. if you want to camp, you can go to dampalitan beach, they allow overnight camping there or better yet go to some pension houses or hotels in Lucena city...

Anonymous said...

Hi! Pwede bang magdala ng tent if ever dun na lng kmi mg oovernight

Marcke said...

Yes..pwede magdala ng tent..as of this time pwede n mag overnyt camp s puting buhangin..

Anonymous said...

safe po b mag over nyt? my mga brgy officials or pulis po b s area??

camper said...

yah, ahm... ah, will there be officials or guides that would look over the place while tourists stay for overnight activities or camping?

camper said...

yah, ahm.. ah, will there be officials or guides that would look over the place while tourists stay for overnight activities or camping? and when is the best and time to visit the place? thanks for the reply.

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