Borawan island welcomes you at the gate of the Tamarind Tree resort which is a popular resort in town while the other one is the Villa Anita. It was really hot at that time, but regardless of how heavy I was carrying I did not mind at all because a paradise is waiting for us there.
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Summer is over but not for everyone. If you guys are still planning to spend a weekend by the beach, there are still a few beaches in Padre Burgos, Quezon which I bet you want to visit. But first, you need to know how to get there. It’s pretty easy. All you have to do is to catch a bus from Manila to Lucena grand Terminal.
If you will be coming from Manila, there is a Jac Bus Liner which has a daily trip to Lucena and it has WI-FI too just so you know. Now from the terminal, take a bus to Unisan. Tell the driver that you need to drop off to Padre Burgos town proper. From Padre Burgos town proper, take a tricycle and ask them to take you to Vista Playa. Tell them you want to go to Borawan island or Dampalitan, they will take you there.
There are boats for rent and the rate depends on your skills, number of people, and the season.
The travel time by the way from Manila takes approximately 3.5 hours.
Dampalitan Island is a 10-15 minute boat ride from the Vista Playa Restaurant and that’s where you can find boats to rent. You can always ask for a reasonable price for the boat ride but again that depends on your haggling skills. Prices vary from the number of heads or perhaps the number of islands you would like to visit .
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