Experience your own CamSur Adventure

Home to pristine waters and environmental wonders, it's no surprise that Camarines Sur has been named the Sports and Adventure Capital of the Philippines. A playground for adrenaline-pumping activities, enjoying magnificent views, and getting lost in exotic nature, CamSur offers something special for every kind of traveler.

But getting to paradise comes with hassles that get in the way of booking your next vacation. So let us do all the planning for you with tour packages that provide everything you need.

ACTIVITIES

spelunking
CAVING

CAVING

biking
BIKING

BIKING

cliffdiving
CLIFF JUMPING

CLIFF JUMPING

deer farm
DEER FARM

DEER FARM

paddleboarding
PADDLEBOARD

PADDLEBOARD

camping
CAMPING

CAMPING

waterfall adventure
WATERFALL ADVENTURE

WATERFALL ADVENTURE

kayaking
KAYAKING

KAYAKING

rock climbing
ROCK CLIMBING

ROCK CLIMBING

ADVENTURE MEDIA

ADVENTURE TOUR PACKAGES

1 Day Package
Adventure for Thrill
Seekers
(1 DAY TOUR)
From ₱3,399
2 Day Package
One with Wilderness
(2 DAY TOUR)
From ₱2,899
3 Day Package
Epic Sea and Road
Exploration
(3 DAY TOUR)
From ₱3,299
4 Day Package
Survivor for Trail Blazers
(4 DAY TOUR)
From ₱3,499
5 Day Package
Extreme for Supreme Adventurers
(5 DAY TOUR)
From ₱3,199

HOW TO GET THERE

PLANE

You can take a 45-minute plane ride to CamSur from Manila. There are daily flights from Ninoy Aquino International Airport to Naga Airport in Pili. Airlines serving this route include Philippine Airlines and Cebu Pacific.

CAR

You can drive to CamSur for an average travel time of 6-8 hours from Manila. Make sure that you pick up a map and follow the scenic Pan-Pacific Highway. No car? No problem! Vehicle rental services for provincial trips are offered by majority of car rental companies.

BUS

You can take an 8 to 10-hour bus ride from Manila to Naga. Bus companies like Isarog, Penafrancia, and RSL, as well as DLTB and Philtranco ply the Manila-Naga route. Isarog Bus lines luxury coaches allow you to relax in La-Z Boy-type reclines or bunk beds while you travel.

TRAIN

You can travel via rail and see the countryside unfold its beauty, The Philippine National Railway operates the Bicol Express, a cross-province train connecting Manila to Southern Luzon all the way to Naga. Choose between reclining seats or sleeper coaches with bunk beds.