Date: May 22-May 25, 2016
Place: Caramoan Islands, Camarines Sur, Philippines
Camera: Supremo 1 Action Camera
Video Editor: Adobe Premiere Pro
Music: “Fools” credits to The Ransom Collective
It was an exciting escapade for me and my office mates because it is our first time to get there. Apart from that, we all really wanted to be free once again from the busy city of manila and have a refreshing treat with nature. Personally, this trip is special to me as this is my last outing with our company and a perfect moment to enjoy with them. Yup! Because I will finally work at home as full-time. (It’s a mixed emotion but… Yey!)
Adventure started when we flew from Manila to Naga City! For a hassle-free trip, we asked our hotel accommodation to arrange our van transfer and island hopping activity.
From Naga Airport, we took a 1-hr van ride to Sabang Port to ride a boat to Guijalo Port in Caramoan. Getting into the boat was a bit tricky but the porters helped us. They are amazing!
It took us 2 hrs before we finally arrived at Guijalo port. Nevertheless, I enjoyed the view and the fresh air along the way. Who would not love this scene??
West Peninsula Villas served us for accommodation. Our stay with them was good! The facilities are just perfect for us. They have additional recreational areas like swimming pool, billiards, Karaoke and gym. They have Free WiFi but make sure to bring your own in case you would need a faster connection for video streaming and the like. 😉
The adventure continues! Jump off to port for Island hopping! 🙂
A moment of silence for this majestic place. Perfect time to relax and reminisce!
A day of island hopping is not enough to visit all the islands and sand bars of Caramoan. Each islands have unique features you will really be amazed with. This is a view from Matukad Island. It has an enchanting secret lagoon, rock formations and polvoron-like sand.
Lahos Island. a back to back beach Island.
Our lady of the Most Holy Rosary – Mother of Peace Grotto, Caglago Mountain, Brgy. Tagbon. Photo by Cheska Marie France.
We survived the 527 steps to the grotto!
More than enjoying the wonderful and majestic place of Caramoan, I had a great time reminiscing the moments I’ve spent with our company and looking forward on the life ahead of me. I will truly miss Caramoan and the people I am with during the trip. Indeed, it was a wonderful 3 days and 2 nights of escapade. Thank you so much, C360 Team and of course, Caramoan Islands! 🙂
Caramoan Island is located in the lower eastern part of Camarines Sur in the Bicol region of the Philippines.