Caramoan Fever with 6 Meals
Indulge yourself in the pristine islands of the Peninsula of Caramoan. Experience great island hopping activities. Be taken away by the spectacular views and see the diverse marine life. Be a beach bummer to your hearts delight. Feel the heat of Caramoan Fever. Let us take you there!
Classification: Land Travel
Vehicle: Tourist Van / Bus
ETD Mnl: 1900H
ETA Mnl: 2300H
Food: Caramoan town is laid back despite its boom in tourism. There are small eateries serving affordable food in the Centro area. However, most resorts have restaurants that caters to hungry tourists. Just make sure to place your order in advance.
Tip: No ATMs at Caramoan so make sure you do your banking at Naga before heading to Guijalo port.
What to wear: Light casual clothing is practical for summer together with hat & sunglasses. Wear comfy, non skid shoes suitable for the beach.
I showed the photos to my friend, she then decided to do her wedding in one of the islands on December.. hope the weather permits.. will see you Gafa sometime soon to talk about reservations and other details we would like to request about... thank you for the wonderful photos and for the awesome experience..
Abi C. - Caramoan Fever
Day 1. Arrival in Naga for breakfast then proceed to Sabang Port for the boat ride to Caramoan. Upon arrival, pick up and transfers to resort. Enjoy a hearty lunch then check in & prepare for a half day island tour activity. Back at the resort. Rest & free time for guests' own leisure.
Day 2. After breakfast, prepare for a full day of island hopping, pristine beaches & swimming. Have a hearty lunch in one of the Islands. Head back to the resort. Rest & free time for guests' own leisure.
Day 3. After breakfast, check out. Visit Caramoan Church before leaving town. Catch the boat back to Sabang Port. Head back to Naga. Sidetrip to CWC if time permits. Travel back to Manila.
Caramoan All In Private 3D2N Tour Rate Validity
Rates may change without prior notice
Peak day Surcharge may apply depending on your dates.
Rates are in Philippine Peso [Php]