Thursday, July 24, 2014


4,950.00 PHP
- Trek to Bomod-ok Falls
- Spelunking in Sumaguing and Lumiang Caves
- Tour of the town
- Foo trip

Day 0
Assembly time at 09:00 PM

Day 1

Arrival in Banaue
Breakfast at Banaue
Sidetrip at Banaue Rice Terraces
Arrival at Sagada
Banga-an Rice Terraces, Trekking and Swimming Bomod-ok Big Falls
Sunset at Lake Danum
Overnight in Sagada

Day 2

Wake up early
Sunrise at Kiltepan Viewpoint
Cave Connection Adventure
Overnight in Sagada

Day 3

Walking Tour: St. Mary’s Episcopal church, Calvary Hills, Echo Valley, Hanging Coffins, Sagada Weaving, Pasalubong shopping Free time
Travel back to Banaue
Travel back to Manila

Day 4

ETA Manila at 03:30 AM
* Roundtrip Aircon Bus: Manila – Banaue – Manila
* Roundtrip Chartered Jeep : Banaue – Sagada – Banaue
* 3D/2N accommodation in Sagada
* Day 1 – lunch
* Day 2 – breakfast, lunch
* Day 3 – breakfast
* Private Jeepney during tours around Sagada (see itinerary)
* Cave Connection Adventure (Sumaguing and Lumiang Cave)
* Environment permits and entrance fees
* Service of the Local Guides & Cave Guides with lamps
* Service of the tour director

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Tuesday, July 8, 2014

CWC Bicol

Caramoan is a first-class municipality in the province of Camarines Sur, Bicol Region, Philippines. It is located at the tip of the Caramoan Peninsula, a rugged place of land extending into the waters of the Maqueda Channel on the north and east and Lagonoy Gulf on the south.
the name Caramoan has been officially used since 1619, the year it was named by a Spanish missionary friar, Francisco de la Cruz Y Oropesa. Fr. Oropesa penetrated the thick virgin forest of the Caramoan Peninsula and founded a small settlement in a place called Baluarte. This settlement was subsequently turned over to the administration of the Holy Bishopric in 1696.

Prior to the arrival of the Spaniards, it was determined that the place was once called Guta de Leche, which was given by Dutch traders who operated a gold mine in Lahuy Island and who frequented the area to trade with the natives. The name was perhaps derived from the milkdrop stalagmites found among the rocks of Guta Port. Upon the arrival of the Spaniards, the place came to be called "Carahan" for the sea turtle, which was at that time to be found in great number along the shores of the Peninsula.

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