Puting Buhangin and Kwebang Lampas, Quezon Province

Puting Buhangin Quezon
This generation, in just one click, you can easily see what to expect from a certain spot. Online, we found an itinerary for Kwebang Lampas and Puting Buhangin. Its beauty was intriguing because of its fine white sand shoreline, crystal clear waters and the ambiance seems to be relaxing. Situated in Padre Burgos, a four to five hours land travel from Manila, this destination is considered as one of the gems of the province of Quezon.

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The Beauty of Puting Buhangin

From afar, a fine white sand shoreline of Puting Buhangin, or "white sand" in English, greets the visitors. Though the area is quite small, its sand is comparable to the sand of Boracay Island because of its fine-ness and whiteness. The area has coconut and other hardwood trees that creates the area picture perfect while on the other side is a cool and crystal clear water. The fine white sand has a mixture of colorful corals that serves as the crustacean's paradise.

Kwebang Lampas Quezon

What's Inside Kwebang Lampas

Just a few meters from the fine white sand, Kwebang Lampas can be found. The exterior has an amazing rock formation while interior is covered with different color and shapes - an art naturally made by the nature. There's a long narrow cavern inside the cave where the waves enter.

How To Get Here | Travel to Quezon Province

At Jam Liner in Kamias, take a bus to Lucena Grand Terminal. At the grand terminal, you can ride in a bus or van to Padre Burgos and alight in Maraw, the drivers already know the spot. Then, contact Acel on Ph: 09195306590 to arrange a boat transfer from Maraw to either Kwebang Lampas, Dampalitan and Borawan Island.