Kwebang Lampas Beach

Pagbilao Grande Island, Pagbilao, Quezon

Kwebang Lampas Beach
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  • 7 Reviewers
Category:
Great Outdoors

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Roselynn S.
5.0 Stars

I loved it.

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Catherine C.
5.0 Stars

You want to experience Boracay-ish beaching? Head on to Kwebang Lampas in Pagbilao, Quezon. It's just four to five hours away from Manila. All you need is a tent, pocket money, and chummies. :) Make sure to put on sunblock because you might not be able to resist being out in the sun the whole day. Its captivating clear waters and polvoron-like shore will definitely satisfy your Boracay dream. Day tour is from 6am to 4pm, overnight stay is from 4pm to 6am. #lakasmakabora

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Nikki B.
4.0 Stars
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I liked it.

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Nikki B.
4.0 Stars

You can actually go here from Manila by car. Used google maps to reach the place and entered Puting Buhangin. When you reach Pagbilao Grande Island, you'll pass through a power plant facility and an almost 10-minute drive rough road. Then, you can park your car in a "mini-port" (100 pesos for parking fee) where you have to pay for a 25-peso boat ride toward the island where Kwebang Lampas is. Its actually only a ten-second boat ride, then when when you reach Kwebang Lampas, you have to walk for 5 minutes toward the actual white beach. The beach is actually owned by a foreigner and is called Lukang Beach. There is an entrance fee of (50 pesos if I remember correctly).

The beach is small, but has fine white sand, almost close to Boracay. As the name Kwebang Lampas implies, there's a cave where you can swim as well. If you want to stay here overnight, you can pitch a tent for a fee as well. I would be returning to this place, but surely not during summer because its crowded during this season.

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Jon B.
4.0 Stars

Visited this place last summer with friends. We rented a small boat to bring us here for 1,500. We paid 180 pesos for an overnight camping fee. For me, this beach is way better than Cagbalete because of the low tide128512

The water is cold and refreshing, sand is white but not that fine, the cave is cool. The locals are very accommodating.Must bring drinking water and food. No electricity but has sufficient signal for Globe and Smart and maybe Sun Cellular. There are a lot of mosquitoes at night.
Water for show or other needs will be your big challenge here. Fresh water is limited so you need to pay 50.00 pesos per container. Don't expect too much when it comes to the restroom.
I suggest to just visit the island on a day tour and spend the night at Borawan Island. The beach is almost the same but better facilities.

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Nathan B.
5.0 Stars

Puting Buhangin at Kwebang Lampas, Pagbilao Quezon

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Allen Y.
3.0 Stars

Over-crowded. Warm water. If you wanna swim, you have to learn how to negotiate with fellow swimmers and boats waiting for passengers.

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Markie D.
4.0 Stars

Another hidden paradise in Quezon. This beach is not so accessible,. You have to travel for about 5-6 hours to get here or it depends with the driver, Our driver said he can get there for about 4hrs but unforunately we encounter some traffic on our way to Pagbilao then A few transfers from boat or a bit of trekking to get there .Kwebang Lampas was not big as i expected but for sure Nature-lovers and adventure-seekers love this place because of crystal clear water and white sand128077128077
✔️Bring your own food, tent, water, and lamp if you intend to stay for overnight. The care taker have a sari-sari store but expect for a much higher price. They have soft drinks, junk foods and noodles. If you want to take a bath you have to pay for the water for Php50 per container(30liters). They already have comfort rooms. No electricity yet.

One of my great summer adventure!:)))

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