How To Get There

In the farthest coast of Camarines Sur is a paradise hidden in an underdeveloped and rural soil, where white sand beaches, limestone cliffs, islands and islets are common scenery. This is Caramoan!

Caramoan, a peninsular town, is a group of islands and islets scattered in the Pacific Ocean, endowed with nature’s beauty and preserved by its seclusion.

Made famous by the hit global reality show franchise “Survivor”, the group of islands is blessed with numerous islands with fine white sand, lagoons, caves, limestone cliffs and rocks, and rich marine life that give new definition to an island experience. But even before the “Survivor” series, there was already Caramoan – beautifully unspoiled and unexploited.

With its natural beauty and rich history, Caramoan stands proud as a real tourism gem of Bicolandia that holds a promise of a perfect tropical island adventure!

Come south! Cam Sur! Caramoan!

How to get there

BY AIR

The most convenient way to reach Caramoan is to take the Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and Airphil Express flights to Naga, Camarines Sur. Average estimated travel time (ETT) is 1 hour. Airphil express takes off from Manila via the Domestic Terminal 1. Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific takes off from the Centennial Terminal.

Second alternative is to take the Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and Airphil Express flights to Legaspi, Albay which has an average ETT of 1 hour.

From the airport hire a van or taxi cab to Sabang, San Jose seaport.At the port take a ferry boat bound to Caramoan which usually leaves at 6:00, 8:00 and 11:00 in the morning. Ask a local folk for an arrangement on special trip once you missed the regular schedule. Boat ride will take an average of 2 hours.

Another option: From the airport hire a van or taxi cab to Naga City central terminal then transfer to another van/or bus bound to Sabang. ETT Naga-Sabang is 1.5 hours.

Upon arrival, a Tourist Guide will greet you at the airport/or at Guijalo, Caramoan seaport (depending on your arrangement) and bring you to The Travelers Camp for your accommodation. Our staff will welcome you with cold drinks to freshen up while preparing for scheduled tour activities. Guijalo port to Caramoan town proper where most accommodation is located is only 15 min away by land.
Another alternative way is to take the Philippine Airlines, Cebu Pacific and Airphil Express flights to Virac, Catanduanes which has an average ETT of 1 hour. From the airport take a van or a tricycle to Codon port with a travel time of 30-45 minutes. From Codon hire a boat to Caramoan. ETT Virac-Caramoan is 2 hours.

BY LAND

BUS: From Metro Manila you can go to Cubao Terminal or Philtranco Pasay Terminal. There are lots of buses in the terminal which you can choose. The fare depends on the amenities and comport that each one provides. Take one bound to Naga City or directly to Sabang, San Jose. The trip will take an average of 8 hours to Naga City and 9 hours to Sabang.

From Naga City central terminal, transfer to another bus/or van bound to Sabang. ETT Naga-Sabang is 1.5 hours. At the port take a ferry boat bound to Caramoan which usually leaves at 6:00, 8:00 and 11:00 in the morning. Ask a local folk for an arrangement on special trip once you missed the regular schedule. Boat ride will take an average of 2 hours.

Upon arrival, a Tourist Guide will greet you at Naga City central terminal/or at Guijalo, Caramoan seaport (depending on your arrangement) and bring you to The Travelers Camp for your accommodation. Our staff will welcome you with cold drinks to freshen up while preparing for scheduled tour activities. Guijalo port to Caramoan town proper where most accommodation is located is only 15 min away by land.

TRAIN: Philippine national railways resume its operations on its NGA-MLA route and vice versa. Just go to the Tutuban Central Station and or at Paco Station. Traveling thru this means also take an average of 8 hours to Naga City.

From Naga City PNR terminal flag a taxi cab to Naga City central Terminal. Take a bus/or van going to Sabang, San Jose.ETT Naga-Sabang is 1.5 hours. At the port take a ferry boat bound to Caramoan which usually leaves at 6:00, 8:00 and 11:00 in the morning. Ask a local folk for an arrangement on special trip once you missed the regular schedule. Boat ride will take an average of 2 hours.

Upon arrival, a Tourist Guide will greet you at Naga City PNR terminal/or at Guijalo, Caramoan seaport (depending on your arrangement) and bring you to The Travelers Camp for your accommodation. Our staff will welcome you with cold drinks to freshen up while preparing for scheduled tour activities. Guijalo port to Caramoan town proper where most accommodation is located is only 15 min away by land.

PRIVATE CAR: Travelling using a private vehicle is not only convenient but also the most inexpensive ways especially if you are in a group of 8 and above. Remember to bring with you a travel guide map. Follow the Naga/Legaspi/bicol road signs along the long stretch of maharlika highway. You may also copy the detailed instruction below for your additional reference. Once in Naga City you can consult any local on how to locate Naga-Sabang route. ETT is 10-12 hours.

At Sabang port take a ferry boat bound to Caramoan which usually leaves at 6:00, 8:00 and 11:00 in the morning. Ask a local folk for an arrangement on special trip once you missed the regular schedule. Boat ride will take an average of 2 hours.

Upon arrival, a Tourist Guide will greet you at Sabang, San Jose/or at Guijalo, Caramoan seaport (depending on your arrangement) and bring you to The Travelers Camp for your accommodation. Our staff will welcome you with cold drinks to freshen up while preparing for scheduled tour activities. Guijalo port to Caramoan town proper where most accommodation is located is only 15 min away by land.

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2 Responses to “How To Get There”

  1. Glenn B Mendoza says:

    Where can we leave the Car if we decided to bring it up to Sabag Port?

  2. Otilegna Almero says:

    yes, where can we leave our car?

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