Quezon Province in the Philippines is a wonderful place to visit, and is located on the island of Luzon, an interesting fact about this area is that it's named after the Philippines second president, Manuel L. Quezon. Quezon Province is bordered by several other provinces, including Laguna and Batangas, and if you wanted to drive it by private car, it will take about 2.5 hours, this timeframe is also contingent on the traffic conditions in Manila, and along the rural roadways.
One of the most important attractions for Quezon Province is the Mount Banahaw, a mountain that for hundreds of years has been surrounded by spiritual mysticism. Over the years many religious organizations along with a few cults have organized, with groups having stayed on the mountain. During the Holy Week period in the Philippines you will find many pilgrims who travel from very far away, just to visit this mountain.