The SpaceIt's green wherever your eyes pan. The camp site sits on a 2,800-sq. m. property surrounded by trees.
***Please note that this listing is for the camp site only. The only thing you can access inside the house is the bathroom. If you want access to the rest of the house, please check out my other listings.
Consider it as your gateway to Quezon Province's pristine white beaches. The place is just a 3-minute walk going to the port where you can ride a boat going to Kwebang Lampas, Borawan and Dampalitan.
Best of all, the place has its own charm, too. Live a rural life (boodle fight, anyone?) for a moment: You can go camping, go fishing, or just master the art of doing nothing. :) Guest AccessYou get access to some parts of the property - from the huts outside where you can rest, to the pond where you can fish and even up the trees where you can climb. Interaction with GuestsWe offer minimal to zero help depending on your preference. The NeighborhoodIt has countryside atmosphere with some occasional noise from the neighbours partying with their karaoke. Getting AroundIt's 5 minutes away from jeepneys going to SM Lucena, buses to Calauag, Atimonan, Bicol, Unisan and Cubao.
Pagbilao is just less than an hour away from Atimonan where you can explore some of its beautiful waterfalls - including Bantakay Falls, Karinay Falls, Kilait-Lubi Falls, Lumiliay Falls, and Magsaysay Falls.
You can also go rock climbing at Tinandog Heights in Atimonan. It's along Maharlika Highway with varying routes and degree of difficulty from easy to difficult
Atimonan is also home to various caves:
-Bantakay Cave - regarded as Atimonan's most spectacular cave situated in Brgy. Santa Catalina, it's a 262-meter cave (average time taken is 3 hours, Level of Difficulty: Difficult)
-Cueva Santa - a 32-meter cave located in Quezon National Park (average time taken is 1 hour from the Park, Level of Difficulty: Easy)
-Malusak Cave - 107 meters (Average Time Taken: 45 minutes, Level of Difficulty: Easy). A 10-minute walk from Talaba-Summit Road, a provincial road) Other Things to NoteThe beauty of the place is its accessibility. It's near the town proper, the market, the church and even the national road where you can go north (Manila) or south (Bicol).
Please note that this listing is for the camp site only. The only thing you can access inside the house is the bathroom. If you want access to the rest of the house, please check out my other listings.