Camotes Island Getaway - Summary and Expenses (8/8)

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We had an unplanned journey last August 6-7, 2011 to Camotes Island with my friend, Angeli and her boyfriend, Kris. We were four, including me and Jerson. 


Angeli and Kris stayed at Santiago Bay Garden and Resort while Jerson and I stayed at Masamayor's Resort. It would be better if you would book ahead for your stay in Camotes for a hassle-free stay.


Summary:


Day 1


Rode Jomalia Shipping from Danao City to Camotes Island
Lunch at Pito Sutukil in Santiago Beach
Swimming in Santiago Beach
Dinner at Santiago Bay Garden and Resort










Day 2


Rode to Lake Danao
Nature tripping at Lake Danao
Wet caving at Timubo Cave
Lunch at Baywalk
Beach exploration at Buho Rock
Rode Jomalia Shipping's last trip back to Danao City








Expenses:


Jeepney fare to Danao City from Mandaue City     - 30 pesos each
Jomalia Shipping                                                - 180 pesos each
Motorcycle from Camotes port to Santiago           - 40 pesos each
Lunch for 2 at Pito Sutukil                                  - 260 pesos shared by Jerson and I
Dinner for 4 at Santiago Bay Garden and Resort    - 325 pesos shared by Jerson and I


Breakfast for 1 at Masamayor's                            - 140 pesos
Room Accommodation for 2 at Masamayor's          - 1000 pesos shared by Jerson and I
Gasoline for the motorcycle we hired                 - 100 pesos shared by Jerson and I
Lake Danao entrance                                         - 10 pesos each
Timubo Cave entrance                                      - 15 pesos each
Lunch for 6 at Baywalk                                      - 150 pesos shared by Jerson and I 
Buho Rock entrance                                          - 10 pesos each
Tour Expense for 2                                           - 400 pesos shared by Jerson and I
Jomalia Shipping                                              - 180 pesos each
Jeepney fare from Danao City to Mandaue City   - 30 pesos each


Total : 2670 pesos (including the shared payments)


From the inexpensive experience to fulfilling enjoyment, surely Camotes Island is definitely an island you would keep coming back. :D