Quezon is a broad, lush province with an astounding array of land and water environments, but its collection of splendid tropical islands is seldom known. Picturesque hideaways like Pasig Island are one of Quezon's little-known treasures.
Pasig Island is located in Calauag, Quezon. This island is nestled 0in the calm waters of the Pacific. The people who live there (about 25 families) have very dark skin and brown hair.
Coconut trees are all over the island. Aside from cogon grass, Bermuda grass also grows in abundance. Part of the perimeter of the island is covered with mangroves. Other parts of the beach are made up of either white sand or rocks.
The entrance to the island (distance from the shore is about one kilometer) is good for snorkeling because it has colonies of live corals. During low tide, the corals can be clearly seen from a boat.
How to get there
From Manila you can reach Quezon Province by bus to your destination.
Here is the list of terminals where you can catch buses with trips going to Lucena, Quezon.
Ride on a bus from the stations above to Lucena, Quezon. Get off at Lucena Grand Terminal. From there, jeepneys are available as a mode of transportation for traveling around the towns. Travel time will take more or less 4 hours from Manila to Lucena terminal.