Five Reasons You’ll Get High With Caramoan

I updated the photos to share with you fellow bloggers and travel enthusiasts the islands I have had the opportunity to visit in my second and third visits in the peninsula. Hope you’ll enjoy the photos!

390184_305038222859162_1617991800_n    Preview of Caramoan

Caramoan is considered as Bicol’s best kept paradise. Even if there have been man-made changes in some islands, the rest remained unspoiled.

Paniman is one of the jump-off sites for island hopping in Caramoan.                     Paniman is one of the jump-off sites for island hopping in Caramoan.

Like the tourists that flock to the peninsula all-year round, here are five reasons you’ll love Caramoan, too.

1. It offers unparalleled coastal exploration opportunities. Whether you visit the nearest islands or those farthest from Paniman, you’ll discover that every island is an ideal spot for endless outdoor adventures. Island hopping is the big drawcard, but travelers can also experience Caramoan through snorkeling, rock climbing, trekking, as well as spelunking, mountain biking and camping.

activities caramoan

When beach hopping, visitors can choose whether to explore the nearest islands or opt for the islands located farthest from Paniman. The islands near Paniman – namely Matukad, Hunongan, Lahos, Tinago and Gota Beach –…

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7 thoughts on “Five Reasons You’ll Get High With Caramoan

  1. I remember my last visit (few days before Yolanda hit the country). The place is lovely and very appealing. My visit is for business of course. Glad to stay at Guijalo in a house of a new found friend.

    Nice content. Thanks for sharing. Clifford.

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