LocationA pleasant two hour drive through scenic countryside brings you to a historic colonial plantation and rural life of the 1800’s.
You’ll be welcomed with a warm greeting and a cool tropical drink. Be exhilarated by majestic volcanic mountains, rows of regal coconut trees, luxuriant fields and the happy faces and light-hearted voices of the village folk. All combine into a distinct adventure.
Take the South superhighway and exit at 50A (Lucena, Legaspi, Batangas exit).
Turn left at the Sto. Tomas junction. Head straight down, by-passing the town of Alaminos and San Pablo City proper. Slow down upon seeing Quezon arch and turn left immediately after.
More educational and sports activities. Try your hand at paddling a native bamboo raft on lake labasin.