Region IV-A (CALABARZON)
The region is composed of five provinces, namely: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon; acronym CALABARZON.
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Padre Burgos Submarine Garden
It is a shallow coral area. Starfish of several kinds, sea cucumbers, sea urchins, jellyfish, and gorgonians abound. The area is good for snorkeling. It is located in Padre Burgos, Quezon
D and G Farms
The site is a family farm, which breeds pigs, fighting cocks, orchids, and fruit trees. A river near it is also being developed to become a natural swimming pool. Those who may want to visit the piggery will have to take a bath for quarantine reasons. The farm is located in Barangay Masalakot 1, Candelaria, Quezon
Lopez Submarine Garden
Located near the Pulong Niugan (Coconut Island), it has a vast array of corals, which make it perfect for snorkeling. It is also a good site for scuba diving. It is located in Barangay Hondagua, Lopez, Quezon
Minasawa Bird Sanctuary
The island is just off the town of Jomalig but still part of Burdeos. The 4.5-hectare island was established as a sanctuary by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources to protect the bird population in the area. At present, there are about five species of birds, which are found in the island; the Nutmeg Imperial Pigeon (600), Black Naped Oriole (600), Rufus Night Heron (thousands), Amusling (thousand), and Swifts (50). It is located in Burdeos/Patnanungan; office is in Real.
It was a coral formation, which became an island. The island is now a sanctuary for the birds, which fly over the main island of Polillo and its neighboring areas. Every afternoon, groups of birds gather in the sky and head towards the island to spend the night there. Bird Island is located in Polillo Island, Quezon
Polillo Coral Reef
Located just before the entrance to the cave of Polillo town, the coral reef has a length of about five kilometers and a width of about two kilometers. It has a good spot for snorkeling and diving. Some parts are so shallow that any type of ship and banca will have to make a detour to avoid the reef area. Other parts have walls which are more than a hundred feet deep. The reef is located in Polillo, Polillo Island.
Burdeos Coral Area
The coral area of Burdeos is one of the riches marine areas in Quezon. The particular site near the Kalotkot Island is one of the best-preserved areas. It is located in Burdeos, Polillo Island
Quezon is a tapestry of old Spanish-style houses with Castilian architecture and character. Visit the old houses of Lucban, Tayabas, Sariaya, Gumaca, and Mauban while savoring the best of the yield from lanzones plantations. Or come during the San Isidro Festival in honor of the patron of farmers, San Isidro Labrador. Take home petered rice paste strung in garlands for a souvenir and celebrate with the people this feat of thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest.
Skirt around the mountains of Mt. Banahaw to watch the psychics at meditation and view the lush greens of tropical wildlife. Then stop for rare orchids and cutflowers from a thriving industry.
Swimming and leisurely beachcombing are possible in many of Quezon’s shorelines. Try the bay waters of Pagbilao, the beaches of Atimonan, the fringes of Lamon Bay and Tayabas Bay. These are also rich fishing grounds where the fresh catch may be broiled for a delectable lunch.
When traveling with someone, take large does of patience and tolerance with your morning coffee. Helen Hayes
Breakfast Philippines Cuisine
A traditional Filipino breakfast might include pandesal (small bread rolls), kesong puti (white cheese), champorado (chocolate rice porridge), sinangag (garlic fried rice), and meat—such as tapa, longganisa, tocino, karne norte (corned beef), or fish such as daing na bangus (salted and dried milkfish)—or itlog na pula (salted duck eggs). Coffee is also commonly served particularly kapeng barako, a variety of coffee produced in the mountains of Batangas noted for having a strong flavor.
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