There’s more in CamSur than watersports
October 3, 2010
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Caramoan Peninsula, which was known to only to backpackers before it was used as a location for Survivor France, boasts powdery white sand beaches and crystal blue waters, rock formations and rich flora and fauna.
There are hot springs, waterfalls, rock-climbing on limestone wall on Gota Beach; spelunking, bird-watching at Caramoan National Park; dolphin-watching for Indo-Pacific bottlenose and spotted dolphins.
Caramoan gives ‘island hopping’ a new meaning. Enjoy its beauty in many ways. Great ocean adventures for kayakers, snorkle and scuba dive to experience the diverse marine life, trek and search for the enigmatic lagoon, rock climb the limestone cliffs, explore the caves or just star gaze at night.
Images from: http://www.pbase.com/pinoyexplorer03