Friday, April 17, 2009

pagbilao quezon - kuwebang lampas

for those who has been to this beach cove, two things will always remind them of it. first is its small and secluded fine white sand beach and second is its small cave found on the right side of the cove's rocky hills.the small cave can be accessed by walking over rocks along the rocky wall or just swim your way on a not so deep serene water. upon reaching the cave's opening, the water becomes shallower. from a hip-deep rocky surface to an ankle-deep underground area. this is known to the locals as the Kuwebang Lampas or close to being termed as a channel cave. it is simply because the other end of it has opening facing the sea.one can just sit and take time inside the cave as it was safe in the sense that we didn't saw any bats or dangerous sea creature inside it.water is clear inside this tunnel-like cave. making it a good dwelling spot for those who were avoiding the heat of the sun.let me end the Pagbilao series by thanking the comboboyz Lawstude, Kit and Manny who were with us the whole time from Cagbalete island. you made this trip a very memorable one.very special thanks to Pat and Adolf for inviting us to this hidden beach cove. plus the whole group who welcomed us in this trip Vicky, Jenni, Marra and the rest. the photo above, as taken by Adolf, shows the whole group before our trek back to the pick up point.

i'm leaving for Baguio this afternoon with Kit and we will be out this weekend for a trip to the Cordilleras along with Nadz. happy weekend!

53 comments:

Mys Lyke Meeh said...

Great photos, wonderful rocks and clear water...really nice place. It's really awesome to experience such wonderful work of nature as this.

Good thing to appreciate when people live in an island...really amazing!

Pacey said...

Beautiful series of shots again. Fantabulous! That word isn't in the dictionary yet. Anyway, enjoy the trip.

Chyng said...

Sarap tingnan ng clear water sa cave. Good job again!

Im just wondering, ano work mo? Gala lang ng gala? Sarap naman!

Photo Cache said...

Ang ganda ng cave. I think this is a good place for meditation.

gillboard said...

Nice. I love the cave. Tapos, ang linis ng tubig...

I'm so green with envy...

sigh.

Joshua said...

kuya dong nakapunta na kami dyan hmm kami lang tao nun kaya lang hindi nmin mabalikan hehehe nakalimutan na nmin daan hahah summer na! panalo!

Aris said...

sana maalagaan ang lugar na ito. sayang naman kung masisira lang.

i checked your buddy lawstude's blog. nice pics din. may bonus pics pa ng comboboyz hehe!

ingat kayo on your next adventure. :)

Vic said...

wow! wonderful! walang tatalo sa gawa ng nature... :)

Hilda said...

Very safe-looking tunnel. Looks like there's no danger of sudden strong waves and currents. I hope…

Enjoy your Cordillera trip!

an_indecent_mind said...

malapit lang sa amin yan, kaso i never had the chance na mapunta jan..

hopefully pag-uwi ko ulit jan sa pinas, try ko makabisita jan..

ganda ng mga kuha mo sir!

witsandnuts said...

Parang ang lamig lamig ng tubig. Baguio! *sigh* I hope to revisit this year. Have fun!

Antoine Greg said...

ui!!!
bonggA!
di ka iitiM diTO!
hahaha...!
kaso diba may mga snakes jan sa mga bato2x!?

tsk...!

glad to be back donG!
kahit may classes kmi parang summer galore lang ako dito, ehhehhehe

Luke Wiley said...

Caves fascinate me! very nice!

HalfCrazy said...

Wow amazing, another one of those terrific spots in the Philippines not a lot of people know of.

What a wonderful paradise in the cave!

Looks like you have a lot of money to burn, going in these trips.

Garando said...

Absolutely beautiful! Sold nako sa clear water pa lang!

Reena said...

i like that cave. :)

bats are harmless creatures naman ah, unless you look like a mosquito then you're in trouble.

olan said...

waaaaahhhhhhhh..... kakainggit naman naman nito Doms. di ko alam ang dami pala tlgang beautiful places to discover dito sa atin. hhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaayyyyy.....

luna miranda said...

wow, wonderful place! love the clear water inside the cave. i'd like to experience this cave.:D

Borneo Falcon said...

Amazing!

alicesg said...

Wow lovely to discover a cave near the beach. The water looked so crystal clear and fresh. Your group is getting bigger. :) Have a nice weekend.

bing said...

asan ka kaya sa pic ? hmm..

you and lawstude have different representations of each place you visit.. does that reflect about the character? :-) anyway, i love the cave pics!

mirage2g said...

Wow! look at that unadulterated water! Napansin ko ang Morion sa sidebar hehe...madalas ko yan napapanood dati sa Marinduque kapag pumapasyal kami doon :)

coolwaterworks said...

Dong,

I envy your travels... I wish I had the same luxury of time and resources... :)

We have a similar formation here of "kwebang lampas" in Lapulapu, in one of the islets surrounding the main island... :)

Btw, thank you for extending your sympathies. God bless!

Pietro said...

The cave with that clear water reminds me of the Grotta Azzurra at Capri, in the South of Italy.

arlene said...

ganda! thanks for sharing. another place ill put in my must-visit list.

Joy said...

Remind me again what you do for a living? :-)

These are wonderful photos. Quite reminiscent of the caves in Palawan.

Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Enjoy the weekend and come back tomorrow!


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Everlito (ever) Villacruz said...

kulang nalang maramdaman ko ang simoy ng hangin at eco sa loob ng kwebang lampas,para akong lumampas sa ganda ng kweba.

taympers said...

ganda talaga ng mga kuha juya. galing!

KRIS JASPER said...

OMG! Dong, do u ever rest? Coz u'r Baguio next....

The water scenes look refreshing. Nice set Dong! Thanks for sharing.

cyndirellaz said...

tama ka the water is clear sa mga pix! amazing place! happy weekend!

r-yo said...

hanep ang class picture! :-)

Layrayski said...

wow. summer is hear and I'm looking at your pics in awe. or envy. yay. =)

Superman said...

Nice place with crystal clear water. The water must be cold...

sheng said...

I have never been to a cave yet, i'm dying to try this caving thing...When are you coming to Gensan nga?

Lawstude said...

kwebang lampas pala tawag doon. dalawang beses ako pumasok doon. una para magswimming at pangalawa para kumuha ng pics. medyo hirap lang dalin camera kasi baka mabasa ng dagat. anyways, great shots bro. saya talaga ng grupo.

@ aris - thanks for checking out my blog.

@ bing - ano ba pagkakaiba namin lol?

bluedreamer27 said...

great shots
i never been in a tunnel cave like that
what an adventure
it seems to be so fun outhere
have a great day dong and happy blogging thanks for droppingby at my site by the way

baboon^albino said...

hai donG...
erm,nice pic!!and a really scenic place.of cause it's an adventerous one,right?(like alwyas...hehehe).
just curious...u said while in the cave.."we didn't saw any bats or dangerous sea creature inside it"..dangerous sea creature?hehehe...like?just kidding dude..i bet the camera is waterproof right.but,the group photo show how much the excitment was shared together...best!!

Allen Yuarata said...

reminds me of Habana Beach in Aklan. Kelangan mong dumaan sa makitid na kweba just to get to the secluded beach. Pero wala na yun ngayon. Na-quarry na yung mga bato.

Dennis Villegas said...

Great photos! Great adventure! Have a wonderful trip to Baguio!

eli said...

ang linis ng tubig..tingin palang ang lamig na. sarap maligo..huh...init pa naman ngayon

PUSANG-gala said...

ey--me kweba pala dyan---parang dami na naman kasama sa trip nu dyan ha---o locals yung iba na friends nyo?

at----Cordilleras naman ang sunod---grabeh---dika talaga mapakali Dom. sarap ng buhay mo---byahe nang byahe---

buti nalng naging blogger ka---marami kasing ganyan na laging nasa byahe but they dont mind to share the beautiful places they see in our country

madbong said...

musta bro dong, nawala yung comment ko dun sa isang post mo ahehe. anyway, this is coincidental pero yung caballo island (yung ammo dump ng military katabi ng corregidor) na binaggit ko dati dun sa lumang post mo ay parang ganyan yung kweba - parang tunnel. ang pareho pa sa kanila ay yung malaking bato dun sa may entrance na parang tonsil.

jasperjugan said...

i actually expected that it's a big cave, small lang pala, but it was a great experience still

jeanny said...

grabe ganda! We're so lucky to have those pretty places ;)

ShatterShards said...

I am officially envious.
Cagbalete and Pagbilao
then Marinduque
and then Baguio?!

I love your purchasing power!

hehe. Cheers!

Hi! I'm Grace said...

Awesome group! Dong, unfortunately, I don't think I can pass through a cave... I'm kinda claustrophobic... :(
But very wonderful pictures ... and great experiences though.
Congrats to the group. :)

jei said...

ang ganda ng cave. parang napaka-romantic ng dating. ini-imagine ko tuloy na kasama ko sa loob ng kwebang 'yan si Lee Dong Wook, bwahahahaha. Korean actor yan dude!

Raft3r said...

enjoy your next baguio adventure

jahzeel said...

Hidden paradise.. yes it is!

I am from Pagbilao, Quezon and I practically grew-up going there every summer!

Heart of Rachel said...

It must be exciting to explore the cave. The water seems so clear. Beautiful photos.

Summer said...

ang ganda pala nang pagbilao! :D

Summer
A Writers Den
The Brown Mestizo

lakwatsera de primera said...

just visited this place recently and it is still so beautiful, di nakakasawang balik-balikan

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