Selected areas and resorts in Quezon Province are now open to domestic and foreign tourists. Check out this post for the full list of open destinations in Quezon, along with the travel requirements.
What is Quezon province known for?
Quezon province is best known for popular tourist landmarks such as Mount Banahaw, Kamayan ni Jesus Healing Church, and Cagbalete Island. Along with these, the Bilaran Sandbar in Pagbilao, Quezon has also drawn visitors here due to its powdery sand and picturesque views. When it comes to inland sights, the Balagbag Falls and other waterfalls in Quezon province offer a welcome change of scenery from the nearby beaches.
Do I need a travel pass going to Quezon province?
Only select destinations in Quezon Province such as Pitogo require travel passes similar to the S-Pass. Refer to this post for a full list of the destinations and each of their requirements.
When is the best time to visit Quezon?
The ideal months to visit Quezon are from December to May, the dry season in the Philippines. During these months, it is best to go Quezon province island-hopping as there are fewer chances of rain.