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Quezon Beaches: 9 Affordable Beach Resort Campsites

Just a few hours away from Manila, Quezon province is mostly visited for its stunning white sandy beaches and beautiful tourist spots. If you love to go beach hopping, like me, you will love our list of ‘where to beach camp in Quezon?’

If you are a budget traveler, you’re probably looking for some excellent and affordable beach campsites in the Quezon beaches.

Quezon Beaches

Well, look no further. We have here a list of beach camping sites in Quezon beaches.

Borawan Island

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  • Location: Padre Burgos, Quezon
  • Tent Rental: P500 per night (good for 2 to 3 persons)
  • Entrance Fee: P220 for overnight
  • Tent Pitching Fee:
    • Medium – P200
    • Large – P300
  • Campsite: Borawan Island

Borawan is one of the best beaches in Quezon. It’s a paradise for every beach lover. Try not to visit during the peak season in April to May as it can be really crowded. The beauty of this place is almost comparable to that of Boracay and Palawan, that’s why they called it “Borawan”.

Dampalitan Beach

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  • Location: Padre Burgos, Quezon
  • Camping Fee: P100 per person

In Padre Burgos, Quezon, one can find the Dampalitan Beach which is just near the Borawan Beach by boat. Compared to the Borawan beach, the Dampalitan beach has a long stretch of shoreline with sea pines (casuarina trees).

Puting Buhangin

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  • Location: Pagbilao, Quezon
  • Camping Fee: P100 per person

Puting Buhangin, or Kwebang Lampas is probably the whitest beach in the Quezon Province.  You will find that the sand here is glittery with surrounding coconut trees – the perfect beach paradise. It’s no wonder why a lot of people love to go here during holidays and summer.

Cagbalete Island


Found in Mauban, Quezon, the Cagbalete Island has a long stretch of white sand, clear blue waters, and awesome sunrise and sunset views. Camping in its beach is surely a must try if you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

Kabila Beach

  • Location: Brgy. Villanorte, Alabat Quezon
  • Camping Fee: FREE

If you’re looking for the roads less traveled, the Kabila beach is the perfect place for you to camp in. The waters are clear making it a great swimming experience.

Jomalig Island

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  • Location: Polilio Group, Quezon
  • Camping Fee: P150 tent pitching

From golden beaches to sandbars, Jomalig island offers an awesome place to destress and bask under the sun. If you’re in for some adventure, you can rent a motorcycle and explore everything that the island has to offer.

Alibijaban Island

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  • Location: San Andres, Quezon
  • Entrance Fee: P100 pesos

In the southern part of Quezon, in San Andres, you will find the island of Alibijaban. Here, you will easily find lush mangrove trees, clear waters, and white sandy beaches. This place provides a laidback trip that’s surely unforgettable.

Pacific Recreation Kamp

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  • Location: Real, Quezon
  • Entrance Fee: P50 per person for overnight
  • Tent Rental: P500 per tent per night
  • Pitching Fee:
    • Small – P50 per tent per night
    • Medium – P100 per tent per night
    • Large – P150 per tent per night
  • Campsite: Pacific Recreation Kamp

If you want to go surfing, Pacific Recreation Kamp or The Park provides a great campsite, as well as a good experience. This family-oriented surfing spot is a dog-friendly resort so feel free to bring your furkids along.

Real Coast and Surf

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  • Location: Real, Quezon
  • Entrance Fee: P270 per person
  • Tent Pitching:
    • Small Tent – P350 (weekdays), P450 (weekends), P500 (holidays)
    • Large Tent – P560 (weekdays), P750 (weekends), P800 (holidays)
  • Campsite: Real Coast and Surf

Bean bags, games, and food makes for a great camping trip. In Real Quezon, you will find the Real Coast and Surf. Aside from the beach, there are also swimming pools around the area. Whether you want to play board games, watch movies, go surf, or kayak, this place has it all. You can check out Konyo Queen’s experience for more details.

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