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Topic: How do i get to real quezon?
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Topic: How do i get to real quezon?
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By:

isabel

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How do i get to real quezon?

hey guys, my friends and i are planning a surf trip to real quezon this sat. heard there's waves. are there really? and can anyone give directions on how to get there?
would really appreciate it.



By:

lorraine

RE: How do i get to real quezon?

Hi Isabel!
yes there are waves in Real. The best place to go to is THE PARK. You can rent boards if you don't have any. Its situated right by the rivermouth where you get the best waves. there is also a spot nearby which includes a 20metre paddle across the rivermouth and you hit a sandy beach cove with waves just great for beginners.

to get there from manila, you go up thru antipolo. Follow the signs that go up to Tanay..you are also headed towards laguna. turn left on the sign going to Fami/infanta. your landmark is the caltex station on the right. keep going til you hit the bottom of the mountain range and cross the bridge and go for 1.5 km and the PARK is there on your right side.

By:

Jok

RE: How do i get to real quezon?

@ Lorraine

Hi, are you the same Lorraine from PSA/CME? Do you have any numbers we can call if we get lost or something? Maybe a resort near THE PARK? or the board rental shop you were talking about? I'd like to try the waves at Real, I just dont know how to get there. By the way, I dont know if you could remember but I recently surfed at CME, you were the one who answered my phone call and had Abdel assist us.

Jok



By:

lorraine

RE: How do i get to real quezon?

hi! yup, that's me. you could call us if you do get lost or anything. here is another number you can call: 215-7026. You can't miss it THE PARK. its a large yellow sign that will be seen on your right side.

By:

Paolo

RE: How do i get to real quezon?

Hi Jok,

Make sure to contact us before heading up there so we can reserve a coach and a surfboard for you guys. We can get fully booked at time so it would be best to inform us ahead. We can also give you a wave forecast report.

contact me - 0920 - 900 55 89

By:

Brian

RE: How do i get to real quezon?

Hey PSA guys,
I sent you a text (to Paolo) couple of weeks back re: surf trips to Real. Followed it up with an email but never got a reply.

BTW Karl de L. recommended you guys.

By:

erika

RE: How do i get to real quezon?

hi guys! Does PSA have surf coaches in Real? We're planning a trip there this weekend and we may have beginners w/ us. I know there are board rentals but not sure if somebody can teach our friends..

By:

bones

RE: How do i get to real quezon?

magkano po (tent)camping fee and entrance sa the park? board rental nrin po

By:

joedemonyo

RE: How do i get to real quezon?

PSA stands for Puro Satsat Ala namang binatbat.
BY:MSA ;) peace paolo!



By:

paolo

RE: How do i get to real quezon?

Hi guys you can contact 0917 582 78 78 for any info regarding Real, Quezon.

To answer the inquiries mentioned previously, heres a list of the rates at The Park, Real, Quezon.

Tent rates at the park are P300 per night...if you have your own tent its only P50 for pitching fee.

Entrance fee is P35 per day and P45 for overnight.

Surfboard rental is P200/hour
Surfing lessons is P300/hour but must be scheduled ahead of time. (Its P500/hour including surfboard)

check out the website www.philippinesurfingacademy.com


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