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Casa San Pablo


Villa Escudero Plantations and Resort

This coconut plantation and resort in Tiaong is a top tourist destination. Foreigners and balikbayans enjoy the traditional Filipino culture and heritage experience while local city dwellers keep on returning to escape the hustle and bustle.


For history buffs, it’s a good place to get acquainted with Filipino culture and traditions, through the museum, cultural shows and heritage houses.


While it offers outdoor enthusiasts a tranquil getaway from the city, where you can commune with nature, and enjoy recreational activities like rafting, fishing, swimming, biking and bird watching.

January 30-31, 2021

Enjoy the bests of Quezon Province!

The design and architecture is a marriage between old Filipino theme and modern perspective. It's art barn, gardens and halls are a popular venue for rustic weddings.


The best thing about this place is their superb cuisine. Their native and regular foods are not to be missed.


Earthkeepers Garden and Restaurant

What sets it apart from other commercial gardens is that the products are organic. Here, you can buy indoor and outdoor plants by the pot, from seedlings to full-grown plants. Meals are also served at their restaurant, and the menu depends on their harvest.

Kamay ni Hesus Healing Church

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Climb 200 steps grotto and tour around Eden Park(The Kamay ni Hesus Shrine at Lucban in Quezon is a sought-after pilgrimage destination known for its miraculous healing masses and the steep hill that leads to a majestic Risen Christ.

Gala-Rodriguez Ancestral House

The two-story Gala–Rodriguez house was declared by the National Historical Institute of the Philippines as one of the three heritage houses in Sariaya, because of its notable historical and cultural significance in 2008.

The Gala–Rodriguez heritage house is one of the Art Deco houses that flourished in Sariaya, Quezon during the pre-war era in the Philippines. The house's most prominent features are the fan-shaped front entrance glass canopy and the art deco mirador of the house.

Ugu Bigyan's Pottery Garden

Ugu Bigyan is a self-taught ceramic artist noted for clay art. His high-fired and organic-glazed stonewares are in high demand, and his works are used in luxury resorts like Amanpulo and El Nido.

Apart from housing Ugu's ceramics showcase, the Potter's Garden also has several huts in the midst of serene greenery where you can hang out and relax. Lunch, usually earthy Filipino and Asian fare plated in his own clayware pieces, is served in the huts.

Sunshine Flower Farm

Beaming like the sun, the Sunshine Farm has become the people’s solace since it became open to the public. Lined with exquisite sunflowers, the garden is truly a sight to behold.

The sunflower garden, sprawled in all its glory, has become a symbol of hope to some people especially to persons with disabilities (PWDs) who are part of its management and operations.


Overnight Room Accommodation based on Twin Share at Kamayan sa Palaisdaan Resort Hotel

Full Board -  2 Breakfast, 2 Lunch,1 Dinner and 1 Snack

Villa Escudero Inclusions:

Carabao Ride

Bamboo Rafting

Lunch by the Labasan Falls

Cultural Show

Guided Tour by a DOT Accredited Tour Guide

Entrance Fees

Environmental Fees

Accident Insurance

Surprise Gift!

PARTICIPATION FEE: P 11,500/person

Promo Rate Until January 25: P 9,700.00/person 

Note: Driver's Fee available upon request.

LIMITED SLOTS ONLY! To be able to practice physical distancing effectively, we are limiting the number of participants to only twenty (20). Bookings are accepted on a first-come first-serve basis. First to pay, first to get a slot. Medical certificates and tests are not required.

Why is it safer to travel by joining a drive-tour caravan?

  The itinerary program is designed and coordinated with the concerned local tourism government offices and the Department of Tourism to ensure that the sites are open and safe.  

Accommodations, meals and tours are recommended, endorsed and pre-arranged with the local tourism government office.

You bring your own car so exposure to strangers is very limited.

The sites are inspected to ensure the safety, comfort, and convenience of participants. 

Sites included are open/outdoor places that pose lower risks of virus spread.

In the case of smaller areas, movements will be by batches. 

Only limited slots are available to minimize the group size.

 Since nothing is risk-free, we cannot guarantee the complete safety of the participants. Rest assured that we have carefully planned and prepared all the necessary measures to make this trip a low-risk undertaking. 


Travel safely. Travel by car. 


"AAP Travel's drive-tour caravans are bonding moments with my family and barkada so we have never missed any of their tours. They simply know how to give us a good time."


- Helen So

La Union 

"As a businessman, family time is very precious to me so I see to it that I always give them the best trips by joining AAP Travel's drive-tour caravans which are truly one-of-a-kind."


- Regan Cua

San Juan


STEP 1 - Click Register Now button below, fill out and submit the form. It only takes five minutes to accomplish. 
STEP 2 - Pay the participation fee.
Account Name: AAP Lakbay, Inc.
Cash (Over-the-Counter, Online Banking, GCash, Pay Maya)
BPI Account: 0401 0089 77
Step 3 - Send a copy/screenshot of the deposit slip to aaptravelassistant@gmail.com as proof of payment with the subject, Bataan-Pampanga Drive-Tour Caravan
  Kindly provide the following information in the email:
    1. Name of Depositor
    2. Name of Attendees
Step 4 - Wait for the acknowledgment within 24 hours. In case, you did not receive an email, please call or text 0928 507 4288.

For bookings and inquiries, call 0928 507 4288 or send an email to aaptravelassistant@gmail.com.

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