Eine Reise zu der Inselgruppe Caramoan in Camarines Sur

Caramoan is a municipality on the Caramoan Peninsula, in the Philippines.By land, you can go there with a private car to Naga City (about 12 hrs),then another 4 hrs to the town of Caramoan.Same also if you ride a bus from Cubao.Another option is to book a flight to Legaspi City then ride a van to caramoan. It’s known as a gateway to the beaches, limestone cliffs and caves of Caramoan National Park. Boats run from Gota Beach to islands like tiny Lahos, where the beach, between 2 rock clusters, disappears during high tide. Matukad Island has a tropical forest and hidden lagoon. Farther offshore, Bagieng Island offers 2 long, sandy beaches.It has 3 major sand bars.There are many homestays and small hotels, price ranges from 1500 to 2500,good for 2 to 4 pax or you can bargain it with the hotel owners.Survivors International has regular shooting in certain islands which would be restricted at this time.Market and restaurants are available around the area.Boat rentals ranges from 1500 to 2500 (can carry 7-10 pax). a day depending what islands you are going to go.For me the island is a combination of El Nido Palawan,Boracay and a portion of Batanes.Going there is worth for your money and effort and above all not yet saturated with tourists.Better to go there on weekdays.Going to islands has no entrance fee.We rented a cottage at Cotivas Island for 100 pesos where we eat our lunch.

Eine Provinzbeschreibung für Camarines Sur hier:


VIDEO (4:55) von Antonio Corado

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