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    General Nakar Quezon

    Pexers, please try and visit General Nakar in Quezon. Been there twice, nakaka adik yung lugar. It can be reached via infanta, travel time is around 5-6 hours if you take 'habal habal'. AFAIK there are still no resorts in that area, but I know a place that can accommodate visitors. It is known as a fishing community, halos pinupulot lang ang lobster dito pag fishing season. What to do in that area?

    beach bummin
    mt. climbing with river trekking
    fishing (yes some locals can provide local fishing rods)
    big potential for photography

    Electricity is limited to some areas also cellphone signal is not that strong. Typical probinsya life, try nyo iexpirience buhay ng mga locals. some pictures below.



    Depalyon falls




    One of the many hanging bridges


    This is where I stayed. walking distance lang ang dagat


    anyone who is interested to visit drop me a message or reply to this thread

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    ^habal habal lang po ang means of transportation from infanta?
    baka may jeepney for rent

    magkano naging budget mo sa trip na yan?

    looks nice

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    hello ninyarica, pede ding jeep or boat ride from infanta. although kung via jeep baka abutin ng 4hrs, then boat ride naman bihira na ang bumabyahe unless madami pasahero. there are two ways to do this trip, either you bring your own food and tent and go hardcore camping, or the approach that I did, let the locals handle everything, food, accommodation pati guide. jeepney and boat ride is around 150, ganon din sa habal habal. kung hindi nag mamadali i suggest take the jeepney then do topload! magandang experience din sya since maraming river crossings. yung seafoods inaalok nila ng 100-200 pesos, good for the entire day na. rough estimate lang ng nagastos ko

    700 - transpo balikan na to manila
    400 - food
    300 - accomodation

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    Quote Originally Posted by bal_david View Post
    hello ninyarica, pede ding jeep or boat ride from infanta. although kung via jeep baka abutin ng 4hrs, then boat ride naman bihira na ang bumabyahe unless madami pasahero. there are two ways to do this trip, either you bring your own food and tent and go hardcore camping, or the approach that I did, let the locals handle everything, food, accommodation pati guide. jeepney and boat ride is around 150, ganon din sa habal habal. kung hindi nag mamadali i suggest take the jeepney then do topload! magandang experience din sya since maraming river crossings. yung seafoods inaalok nila ng 100-200 pesos, good for the entire day na. rough estimate lang ng nagastos ko

    700 - transpo balikan na to manila
    400 - food
    300 - accomodation
    mura. yung 300 overnight lang? safe naman? baka madami NPA

    can you post your itinerary and more pictures ng beach?

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    yeah, how about the safety of the people? and can they handle a big crowd, sanay ba sila, or okay lang na madaming dayo? restroom? TIA!

  6. #6
    I sent you a PM. interesado ako sa place parang ang sarap pumunta jan

  7. #7
    Nice yung place ah? Same questions with others hehehe
    Parang cool siya for weekend getaway and para makatakas sandali sa magulong mundo ng city.

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    Hi, these pictures were taken by previous visitors














    Tulaog Area




    about the concerns sa safety, wala ng npa dito and yes they can handle large groups. I will try to post the IT later.

  11. #10
    ^maganda, lalo na yung Tulaog Area

    if ever may pupunta, pasabit

  12. #11
    Hi,

    Here is a two day IT this includes everything. (transpo, food and accommodation etc)

    2DAYS- PACKAGE P1,750

    Day 1

    2:00am- 7:00am Manila to Infanta
    7:00am- 8:00am Infanta to General Nakar Public Market
    8:00am- 9:00am Market to Tulaog Cave
    9:00am- 3:00pm Tulaog Cave (caving, site seeing, picture taking, lunch)
    3:00pm- 5:00pm Tulaog to Campsite
    5:00pm- 7:00pm Camp Area (familiarity to the area and community)
    7:00pm- 8:00pm Dinner
    8:00pm onwards Socials


    Day 2

    7:00am- 8:00am Breakfast
    8:00am- 1:00pm Depalyon Falls (swimming, river trekking, lunch)
    1:00pm- 3:00pm Side trip to Sabangan Beach
    3:00pm- 4:00pm Back to camp
    4:00pm- 6:00pm Infanta market
    6:00pm- 7:00pm Dinner
    7:00pm- 11:00pm Infanta to Manila

    Contact this number if interested. His name is Ryan and he maintains the place.

    09324616255 - Ryan

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    halos katabi na namin yan sa wawa, montalban, rizal kung bubutasan lang pa general nakar

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    Quote Originally Posted by spartanboi View Post
    halos katabi na namin yan sa wawa, montalban, rizal kung bubutasan lang pa general nakar
    may daan na ba dun? hehe. shortcut na sana yan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by private_erick View Post
    may daan na ba dun? hehe. shortcut na sana yan.
    kung familiar kayo sa daraitan sa may rizal, katabi na non ang general nakar

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    yummy wannabe
    Join Date
    Oct 2007
    Location
    barangay pa yummy
    if the following are included in your bucket list, the place to be is sa Nakar !


    Go somewhere without electricity and/or mobile phone signal
    Stargaze while lying on the beach
    Go camping
    Go somewhere and stay with the locals
    Ride on a truck and be friends with a pig for 4 hrs!
    Be the best lambanog/tequilla drinker for the night
    Unli BJ (buko juice)
    Swim on a big sapa (yes, there's a small sapa)

    samahan mo pa ng:

    Afternoon nap on a hammock
    Fireflies...shooting star

    tamang simple joys lang!




  18. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by bal_david View Post
    Hi, these pictures were taken by previous visitors

    http://i47.tinypic.com/2vajoeq.jpg

    http://i45.tinypic.com/34dmv5e.jpg

    http://i45.tinypic.com/11hxycg.jpg


    http://i49.tinypic.com/e7nhgk.jpg

    http://i46.tinypic.com/10gik3b.jpg

    http://i49.tinypic.com/20tp1t3.jpg

    Tulaog Area
    http://i47.tinypic.com/4jkk1g.jpg

    http://i50.tinypic.com/10xvv6d.jpg

    about the concerns sa safety, wala ng npa dito and yes they can handle large groups. I will try to post the IT later.
    ganda

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    but fast learner aslowruler's Avatar
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    Location
    somewhere nowhere
    Quote Originally Posted by spartanboi View Post
    halos katabi na namin yan sa wawa, montalban, rizal kung bubutasan lang pa general nakar
    May plano ng ganyan kung hindi namatay si Gov. Raffy Nantes (RIP).

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    mabilis lang ang daan kung sa rizal.

    actually, imaginenin niyo yung kinabuhayan cafe na mas probinsya, tahimik at malinis ang dating yun ang campsite

  21. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by bal_david View Post
    kung familiar kayo sa daraitan sa may rizal, katabi na non ang general nakar
    I've been to mt. daraitan and just last month i was in gen. nakar. sayang di ko naenjoy ang ganda ng place

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