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RANDOM JOURNEY : BONDOC PENINSULA (Quezon) #BonPen

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Let’s explore the farthest reaches of Quezon Province, a separated peninsula known as Bondoc Peninsula or ‘BonPen’ consists of 12 municipalities. Four of which are not yet totally explored by many.
*Mulanay – a 1st class municipality, home of the recently discovered Kamhantik Burial Sites, dubbed as the “Egypt of the Philippines” as it features a dozen of century old sarcophagus.
*San Andres – the easternmost part of the peninsula, boasts the infamous Alibijaban Island, a Mangrove & Fish sanctuary with a notable lagoon in the middle.
*San Francisco – home of the Tigbi Falls and other unique waterfalls.
*San Narciso – have you ever heard of the Napinto Cave? Google it right now! =D

Then if time persists, let’s explore more towns/sites at BonPen.

P3,600 per person for 3Days 2Nights (Group 12 persons per Van)
Inclusive of Van Transfers Manila-BonPen-Manila, 2 Nights Accommodation (Homestay type at San Andres)(Fan Rooms), Entrance, Environmental & Guide Fees, Boatrides (Alibijaban Island, Mongpong Island)

Features: Island Hopping, Trekking, 2-3 Falls to Explore, Beach Bumming, Burial Sites & many more!

January (1)2-4 [January 1 evening departure from Manila]
Includes Van Transfers Manila-BonPen-Manila, 2 Nights Accommodations, Boatrides (for Alibijaban Island), Entrance, Environmental & Guide Fees

~Like on previous Random Journeys, we will be assisted by every town’s local government, also for security purposes.
~WE WILL BE THE FIRST TO DOCUMENT & EXPLORE ALL FOUR TOWNS CONSECUTIVELY

We’ll update this trend as early as possible, we’re just waiting for the permit at the Kamhantik Burial Sites.
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