Extreme Sports

Canyoneering

Suspend yourself on ropes and slowly descend parallel to a waterfall. Canyoneering is an extreme sport for the traveler who wants a thrilling experience. The rush of waters provides that extra difficulty to make this activity exciting. The height of the waterfall also provides a technical challenge for the daredevil in you.

Rappelling

Rappelling is so much better when done on real cliffs. A 15 min., 359-m. trek from Gota will bring you to G-Peak, where you can rappel 65-m. down. You might not exactly want to go all the way down though because the view of Caramoan from G-Peak is so heavenly, you’ll think you’re already in paradise. If you’re looking for additional thrill, the high walls of Omang-cave awaits you. It does not have G-Peak’s view but if you only seek the adrenaline rush, then it’s the perfect spot.

Cliff Jumping

Feel the thrill as you jump off cliffs and into the sea. Seize the moment of that few seconds of free fall with nothing but the wind on your face. That lack of air in your lungs. There’s probably nothing more exhilarating than cliff diving. The Cagliog Cliff, a 45-50 foot tall cliff, and The Langkipaw Cliff, standing 17-23 feet depending on the tide are the perfect spots to experience this.

Rock Climbing

CamSur aspires to be the top adventure destination in the country, and the best climbing area in Aisa. For that reason, the province took rock climbing to another level by using titanium bolts in Caramoan's already impressive rock formations, the only one of its kind in the Philippines. All rock climbing routes in Caramoan are bolted with titanium glue-ins and Hilti RE-500 glue. Not only that, the national park's rock climbing guides underwent rigid training under the International Mountaineering and Climbing Federation (IMCF). They will stretch your limits, but will make sure you are safe at all times.