Discovering Quezon’s Vibrant Colors




This was not my first time in the land of thousands of colors. I travelled to Quezon when I was in college with our relatives for a road trip to Lucban–that was ages ago 🤣😂, but the memory still lingers on my mind. That moment was magical– listening to the rippling waterfall and the chorus of the birds while savoring the beauty of nature. Who knows I’ll be back after so many years to check out other places in Quezon? I was fortunate to be one of the travel agents who was able to join the ITATOA’s Quezon farm tour because I had the opportunity to discover Quezon’s vibrant colors.

Experience the Splendor at Queen Margarette Hotel

Experience the splendor of being treated as a royalty without spending a fortune. Yes, that’s possible, only at the Queen Margarette Hotel, located along the Diversion Road in Lucena City. The hotel is decorated with elegant furnishings and when entering the premises you will feel its royal atmosphere and ambience.

Queen Margarette Hotel

It’s too good to be true, because one expects a pricey rate for these kinds of amenities and rooms. You will experience being treated like royalty in a five-star hotel, but in fact at Queen Margarette, you will be treated as one👑 You can book a room for as low as P1,500 per night in a standard room, but you can upgrade to a VIP room for only P4,000 and VIP suite for P4,800 per night.

The hotel features the Asha Spa, with a separate area for male and female with sauna and Jacuzzi as in five-star hotels. After an exhausting travel, you can book an overnight stay and destress here. If you are also planning to hold an event, they have huge banquet halls. The Queen Margarette Hotel has also branched in Lucena Downtown and Mauban.

So, if you happen to be in Quezon, don’t miss the chance to experience the splendor at Queen Margarette Hotel. 👑

SEAS the moment @ Aquazul Resort and Hotel

Whether you wish to spend quality time alone or with friends or relatives, without distractions, Aquazul Resort and Hotel is the perfect destination for you. Tucked away in Cagbalete Island in Mauban, Quezon is Aquazul Resort and Hotel, it features the sparkling white sand and crystal-clear waters. Enjoy the serenity and relax to the sound of the waves while swimming in the salty water and watching the blue sky.

What I love about Aquazul Resort

The Villa Room 💖💖💖

My favorite thing about Aquazul Resort and Hotel is their accommodation. They have modern cottages and villas entirely air conditioned (with lanai and balcony). Probably you are wondering why you can afford this luxury for as low as P3,500 per night–it’s because the resort is managed by Queen Margarette Hotels With its affordable rates, the room comes already with free toiletries and complimentary breakfast. 😲😲😲

Do you want to take a peek in our villa room? Let’s do the mandatory room tour 😁 Let’s goooooo!

The Island Hopping 🚣 Experience

Of course, the fun won’t be complete without the water activities. You can opt to swim in the pool, have a waterbike experience, or arrange an island hopping activity with your barkada or relatives. FYI, there are other activities which you can coordinate with the front desk to arrange for you.

The Firedance Show

Following the sumptuous dinner at the clubhouse, we watched the fire dance show, featuring Quezon’s talented fire dancers! 🔥🔥🔥 There’s more! We missed the bonfire with the rest of the TA’s because we were already exhausted and we didn’t hear the staff knocking at the door.😴💤

The stunning view

Waking up with a breathtaking view of this slice of paradise is divine! This experience is priceless, so I highly recommend including Aquazul Resort in your Quezon itinerary.

Aquazul's swimming pool

Spiritual Retreat @ Kamay Ni Hesus Shrine

If you want to reflect, consider visiting Kamay Ni Hesus Healing Church in Lucban, Quezon. It’s a popular pilgrimage site- where you can climb the 305 steps, an area where you can join the Holy mass, a store where you can purchase religious items and gifts, a park where you can have picnics with your friends and family, a hotel (called Noah’s Ark) where you can check in if you feel weary and would like to rest, and a cafe.

The replica of Noah’s Ark is a reminder– that after a rain or storm, there is a rainbow and with God, there is nothing impossible.

Thanks to the management of Kamay Ni Hesus for their generosity. They let us try Quezon’s specialties–Pancit Habhab and chicken longganisa.

Bloom and color your world with the beauty of Girasoles Farm 🌻🌻🌻

Another must-visit place in Quezon is the Girasoles Farm (Angel’s Sunflower Field), situated on Zone 3, Bypass Road, Brgy. Maasin Sur in Candelaria, Quezon.

Upon entering the place, you will feel the positive energy. Sunflowers set up a happy mood, can cheer up a lonely heart, and lift up down spirits. It’s also intagrammable and perfect to capture your smile. Visitors can also purchase flower and vegetable plants for “plantitos” and plantitas” 🌱🪴🌿that would like to upgrade their garden and add color to their homes.

Girasoles Farm has also a restaurant inside, where they serve fresh vegetables and edible flower from their farm.

We were honored that the Hon. Mayor George “Ogie” Suayan of Candelaria, Quezon joined the ITATOA Team for lunch. As owners of legitimate travel agencies, we will contribute to the promotion of Philippine Tourism.

Here are the highlights of my Quezon fam tour experience 💕 Kindly watch the full video, hit the like button and subscribe to my new YTC.

Guess what, there’s Quezon fam tour Part 2, so there will be another blog post about it.

Would you like to discover the vibrant colors of Quezon just like we did? Here’s our QUEZON tour packages which you can try and experience yourself! Just comment down ⬇️or you can drop a mail to jasmine@thebloggerprincess.press or sales@tripsdiary.ph if you have any thoughts. requests, or suggestions.

Tripsdiary ‘s QUEZON PROVINCE TOUR PACKAGE

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Jasmine

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