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Ultimate San Isidro Festival and Viaje del Sol Culinary Tour

Pahiyas Fiesta in Lucban Quezon! (Painting by Erick Dator)

Kubli Springs Dinner - 5
Kubli Spings @ Kinabuhayan Cafe

Ultimate San Isidro Festival and Culinary Tour of San Pablo, Laguna and Quezon.

Southern Secrets in a Spoon Full Part 2

Tour Description:
Laguna/ Quezon Province and the San Isidro Labrador Festival.  It's fiesta time in this month of May and what better way to drink, eat and be merry as we head south to explore charming Quezon  province. It's the best time of the year as we join in the revelry and celebrate feast of San Isidro de Labrador! First off, to the town of Lukban and Pahiyas festival where we'll feast our eyes over a smorgasbord of food, music,artistry and local color! Then on to the neighboring  town of Sariaya to join the street celebrations of the Agawan Festival. Along the way, we'll follow the 'way of the sun' - Viaje del Sol- and discover the the quaint dining establishments, meet the personalities and immerse ourselves in true Tagalog hospitality!    

Tour Experience: 
Kusina Salud* Ugu Bigyan's Atelier* Kubli Springs* Lucban Pahiyas Festival* Sariaya Agawan Festival*Sulyap Gallery Cafe

Date/Time: May 14, Thursday 5.30am to May 15, Friday 10.30pm

The tour fee is PHP8,000 per person all inclusive of:
- transportation, 
- overnight accommodation at the best bed & breakfast place in San Pablo, Laguna -  Casa San Pablo
- full board and all meals. 
- plus surprises...

We can only accommodate a maximum of 30 people for this tour. 
For inquiries on itineraries, please email us at
For bookings, reserve your slots at 

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that's a good deal. My dad is from Sariaya and have been to both Lucban and Sariaya every so often, making the hangings and decors for our ancestral home. It's so pretty and fun. Childhood memories of the agawan!

my wife and i love taking local tours. perhaps we will take this when we have the time. nice post anton!

will check our calendar anton! i so want to join! :)

Folks, to really enjoy Lucban, go there before May 15th any weekend between last week of Mid April to May 14th. Walk around town (center/plaza/gitna) in the late afternoon and night. Cool people, good food!

Thanks for the suggestion! We are going on the 14th and see :)

Talaga, Noemi? Thanks for sharing and we are excited to run this tour :)

Since you will be in the area, maybe you can drop by the Total Gas Station in San Pablo, for Italian Pizza? It's really good, check out the following links -


in anticipation of future visits from a close friend from singapore, could you accommodate special dietary requirements (or seafood and vegetables cooked separately?) for any of the trips? my friend and her family enjoys culture trips, however, most observe strict halal diets. when they were here for a visit last year, we had difficulty finding places to eat... your tours would be heaven-sent otherwise!

hi anton! this tour looks wonderful, and i wish i had seen this post earlier to have signed up for it. do you have any other dates planned for a future Viaje del Sol culinary tour?

many thanks!

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