Caramoan 3-Day Itinerary & Expenses

Caramoan Peninsula is one of the famous destinations in Camarines Sur because of its majestic and breath-taking island beaches and rock formations. 5 Survivor TV Series started it all few years ago. France, Turkey, Israel, Bulgaria and Serbia had their Survivor editions here in Caramoan. This used to be a quiet town but after its big exposure the town started to flourish. More and more hotels and resorts are being built to accommodate the influx of tourists. It was more than 3 years ago when I first came here and there were very few hotels and most islands were closed because of an ongoing Survivor edition. Most of the visitors back then were Europeans. If you visited Caramoan few years ago you probably have experienced being carried by the human porters to get to the boat during low-tide in Sabang Port. Haha!

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Below was our 3 Day Itinerary

DAY 0 (Mar 29, 2013)

2000 – Departure Time via Van going to Sabang Port

DAY 1 (Mar 30, 2013)

0530 – Sabang Port
0600 – Take a boat to Guijalo Port
0800 – Guijalo Port, Pickup
0900 – Bikal Port
0930 – Take Boat going to the resort
1000 – Checkin @ CANDIIS ISLAND RESORT
1030 – Buffet Breakfast
1100 – Rest Time
1200 – Buffet Lunch
1330 – Start of Island Hopping

Islands Included:
-Matukad
-Lahos
-Cagbalinad
-Tayak
-Tinago
-Gota nearby Islands
-Sabitang Laya

1700 – End of Island Hopping
1900 – Dinner
2000 – Socials

DAY 2 (Mar 31, 2013)

0700 – Breakfast
0930 – Start of Island Hopping

Islands Included:
-Manlawe Sandbar with Floating Cottage
-Cutivas Island
-Parola Island

1200 – Lunch
1600 – End of Island Hopping
1730 – Hiking
1900 – Dinner

DAY 3 (Apr 01, 2013)

0630 – Breakfast
0700 – Swimming & Cliff Diving
1000 – Checkout
1030 – Back in Bikal Port
1100 – Guijalo Port, Last Boat to Sabang
1330 – Sabang Port, Jeep to Naga
1430 – Naga Bus Terminal

EXPENSES

1. Php 2900/head

Inclusions:

– 3 Days 2 Nights Accommodation
– Boat for Island Hopping
– Floating Cottage
– Jeepney Service while in the Island
– Full Board Meals including Buffet Fresh Seafood (Lobster, Crabs, Prawns, Squid, Blue Marlin, Lapu-Lapu and Tuna)

2. Van Fare from Manila to Sabang – Php 1133/head
3. Boat Fare from Sabang to Guijalo – Php 120/head
4. Caramoan Environmental Fee – Php 30/head
5. Guijalo Terminal Fee – Php 5/head
6. Boat Fare from Guijalo to Sabang – Php 120/head
7. Jeepney Fare from Sabang to Naga – Php 100/head
8. Bus Fare

-From Daet to Manila – Php 513/head
-From Naga to Manila – Php 650/head

52 thoughts on “Caramoan 3-Day Itinerary & Expenses

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  4. Thank you for sharing your caramoan experience. Hopefully there’ll be more developments (should be) in this magnificent place. I personally admit (even lokals) that advertisements are way ahead than developments. But I think you and I will agree that caramoan islands are unexploited and a must visit site. Thanks for sharing Emher!

  5. Hi Sir, Ask ko lang po doon sa 2900 All-in na po ba ‘yon? and san po kami magpapareserve nung van and yung mga accomodations? or package na po ba yan? Thanks po!

  6. About sa Food.. sa 2,900 kasama na ba sya ? or ung 2.9k package lang sya mismo pag sa caramoan na.. ? thank you mam sir ^_^

  7. sir yung budget na 2,900 Balikan na po ba yan manila to caramoan to manila? Tnx po penge na din ako ng contact no. dun sa resort na tutuluyan namin. maraming salamat po.

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