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-Year 2012: Php800 to Php1,100 / pax / way, depends on class
-Around 8 - 10 hours travel time
-Stop overs in Laguna and Quezon provinces to eat and use the toilet
-One Cagsawa Bus Terminal is located in Ermita Manila, walking distance from Robinsons Place, Malate
Written Jun 7, 2012
The usual van/taxi rental rate from Legazpi to Naga (CamSur) is around P2,500-P3,000 which is too much if there are less than 10 people in your group. A cheaper alternative is to get a jeep from your hotel to the Terminal then get a GT Van from there to Naga which costs around P150 each. Senior citizens and students get a discount if an ID is presented. Just tell the driver that you are going to CWC and he will drop you off at the entrance of CWC (Camsur Watersports Complex). From there, get a tricycle (P10 each) to go to the clubhouse if you want to go straight to the wake park or to the lobby to check in.
If you intend to go back to Legazpi, just go to the GT Terminal in front of SM Naga. You can go to SM Naga by boarding a tricycle from inside CWC then board a jeep in front of the CWC compound. Ask the jeep driver if he will pass by SM.
Written Sep 27, 2010
If you want to go to ecovillage from the sports complex or vice versa, just ask the front desk and their shuttle can pick you up.
If you want to go to the city for dining / shopping and whathaveyous, just ask for the schedule of the shuttle going to the city and they can always give you a lift. Shuttle waits for one hours and goes back to the complex.
These are all free of charge.
Written Jan 25, 2009
Manila to Naga City
Transportation: Bus (Cubao Bus Terminal - Peñafrancia Travel & Tours, check for the trip schedules, they have a few in the morning but it's mostly at night)
No. of hours: 8
Fare: Php700 (around US$15) as of September 2008
Naga City to Sabang Pier
Transportation: Bus/Van/Jeep (Trip schedules: 4am-7am)
No. of hours: 2
Fare: Php50 (around US$1) as of September 2008
Sabang Pier to Guijalo Port, Caramoan
Transportation: Motorized boat (Trip schedules: 6am, 8am, 11am)
No. of hours: 2
Fare: Php120 (around US$2-3) as of September 2008
Tip: During low tide, boats are unable to drop off the passengers directly at the port. You need to hire a small boat to bring you to the port and pay around Php20-50 (it will take less than 5 minutes). So don't panic if you see boatmen excitedly moving towards your boat... it's lowtide and that becomes an opportunity for them to earn extra money.
Guijalo Port, Caramoan to Town proper (aka Centro)
No. of hours: 15-20 minutes
Fare: Php10-50 (around US$1) as of September 2008 (try to haggle)
Tricycle is the main transportation in Caramoan. You may stick to one tricycle driver for the rest of your trip and just negotiate for all your travel fares.
*** Same way going back to Manila ***
Updated Sep 26, 2008
From Manila you have a lot of transpo means to choose from. You can reach the province via plane or bus. If you decided to take a bus try the Philtranco bus line. They offer different accomodations for your comfort. Fare ranges from 400 - 800 depending on the accomodation you've choosen.
Written Apr 29, 2005
Phone: (632) 8518077; (632) 8518078