Quezon province in southern Luzon, Philippines, is a quaint place of impactful spirituality, rich cultural heritage, and beautiful spots where you can relax and appreciate nature’s beauty.
Quezon is most famous for Mount Banahaw, an extinct volcano and sacred mountain that draws many pilgrims annually. And who could miss the colorful Pahiyas festival held every May in Lucban, celebrating the bountiful harvest of the town in honor of its patron saint San Isidro Labrador? Quezon province is also home to prime getaway spots like Borawan Islands, with powdery white sands comparable to Boracay. It's also where you can find Jomalig Island, an off-the-beaten-track destination of unspoiled beauty for adventurous travelers.
To make your trip to Quezon worthwhile, you may add Tagaytay, Batangas, Laguna or Cavite to your itinerary. Otherwise, head farther south and explore the Bicol region, specifically Camarines Sur's Calaguas Island, Camarines Sur's Caramoan Islands, Albay's Mount Mayon & more.
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