- #1. Limestone Formations of the Archipelago
- #2. Panoramic View at the Grotto
- #3. Spelunking at Kalupnit Cave
- #4 Enough Appreciation Time of Mayon Volcano
- #5. Modeling at Lajos Island
- #6. Risking Life For A Mystical Fish
- #7. Enjoying Black Fine Sand of Busdak Beach
- #8. Jumpshot at Cotivas Sandbar
- #9. Bum in Floating Huts During High Tide
- #10. Pay Visit to St. Michael Archangel Church
You learned about Caramoan Islands most likely because of the regular filming of the reality TV hit show, Survivor, in the archipelago in Camarines Sur. But probably you haven’t heard the challenges that you will face in surviving the tours within and around the islands. The survival series will start at the two-hour boat trip from Sabang. Your mind and body will be continuously tested in spelunking, in taking hundreds of steps in reaching the Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Grotto, in staying away from sea urchins, in climbing limestones for a mystical milkfish that is believed to have a curse, and in eating allergy-triggering seafood feast every meal. If you got what it takes to survive all these things, then Caramoan is a place for a castaway like you.
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Tags: Busdak Beach, Camarines Sur, Caramoan Islands, Cotivas Island, Kalupnit Cave, Kulapnit Cave, Lajos Island, Matukad Island, Mystical Milkfish, Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary Grotto, reality show, Sabang, St. Michael Archangel Parish Church, Survivor
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