Beach Campsites in Quezon Province

Looking for a pristine beach in Luzon?

Approximately four hours away from Manila you will find the best white sand beaches in Quezon province and here are the few:

Puting Buhangin and Kwebang Lampas in Pagbilao

Puting Buhangin is a destination to be for budget travelers who want to enjoy camping on a white sand beach.

Kwebang Lampas is located beside Puting Buhangin beach, it’s a fascinating area to explore. It is also good for swimming especially at midday giving you shade from the sun. The water inside the cave can be warm and relaxing.

Photo op of my little niece
Behind these two Marias is the Kwebang Lampas
Crystal clear water of Puting Buhangin

Borawan Island in Padre Burgos

It was named after two known islands, the white sand in Boracay and the stunning rock formations of Palawan.

Rock formations could be a good venue for a photo op.

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Stunning rock formations they are comparing to El Nido
The beauty of Borawan island captivates me

Alibijaban Island in San Andres

The island is known for its mangrove forest and sandbars. Alibijaban has a turquoise clear water. I personally recommend this for overnight camping.

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The peaceful beach I’ve ever been, maybe because it’s a weekday?
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You can have lunch at the floating cottage, the vibe there was just really relaxing
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Photo by Clifford Mina Photography

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You may also read our blog on Alibijaban Island.

Cagbalete Island in Mauban

Perfect for a road trip as it’s almost three hours away from Manila. A great place to do nothing but unwind. Whenever you need peace of mind, make Cagbalete Island as one of your best options.

Cagbalete is known for its low tide beach
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Another photo of my little niece, it was her first-time traveling


You may also read our blog on Cagbalete Island.

Dampalitan Island in Padre Burgos

If you love camping by the beach then this island will satisfy you. Bonfire is allowed here. There are tents and cottages for rent if you don’t have one. And a tiny sandbar at the edge of the island.

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The most favorite beach destination for overnight campers
Don’t skip Bilaran sandbar on your visit!

There you have it, the beaches where you can camp out, unwind and enjoy in Quezon!

Happy camping! 😀

Travel tip: you can visit Borawan, Puting Buhangin, Kwebang Lampas and Dampalitan Island in one trip, it will save you time and expenses, read our blog on: Weekend Escape: Borawan, Dampalitan & Kwebang Lampas

If camping isn’t your thing there are resorts in Cagbalete Island you should consider 🙂

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