The Province of Quezon is very popular not only for the reason it was named after the second President of the Philippines, Manuel L. Quezon, but also because of the possibility of being one of top tourist attractions and activities in the Philippines.There are considered hidden paradise to be discovered in Quezon such as the peaceful town of San Narciso. San Narciso is located at the southern tip of Quezon Province and part of Bondoc Peninsula.
San Narciso is remarkable for its St. Joseph the Worker Parish Church well known as San Narciso church built around 1800’s.
San Narciso is rich in natural resources and scenery that wasn’t discovered or explored by travelers, that’s why it was tagged as “Kubling Paraiso” , Hidden Paradise by the municipality of San Narciso. The main attraction on San Narciso is the Napinto cave that is located in Sitio Caghalique, Barangay Punta. The term Napinto came from the word “pinto” means door or gate that is made of arc or cave-style limestone formed by the environment, due to the weather, erosion, water, and other factors. The formation of rock will make the travelers enjoy and appreciate the view by swimming under the hole of the rock, and this also served as a shade from the sun.
The town has a vast number of growing mangrove seaside which balancing the system and helps in reducing the impact of the typhoon which is common in San Narciso.
There are other activities you can enjoy in San Narciso, especially on celebration of its Town Fiesta every 1st day of the Month of May along with thankgiving and praises for St. Joseph, The Worker as its Patron Saint.
How to get there and How much?
From Starmall Alabang, find a bus line going to San Narciso, with a travel time of six to seven hours. (₱375)
Going to Sitio Caghalique, Barangay Punta, Napinto cave, you can either take a boat or a tricycle for around (₱200)