How to Get Here
Airline companies flying to Naga Airport are the following:
Cebu Pacific – flies 3 to 4 times a day
PAL Express – flies 2 times a day
Air Philippines – flies 2 times a day
Zest Air – flies once a day
Travel time from Manila airport to Naga Airport takes 45 minutes. Air fare starts from Php 3,000.00 to Php 6,000.00 depending on the time of travel.
There are several buses serving the province of Camarines Sur which leaves Manila on a daily basis. Travel time is around 9-12 hours with bus fare of Php 600.00 – Php 1, 300.00. There are ordinary and air-conditioned buses to choose from; and some of these buses offer lazy boy seats, comfort room and WIFI for a more comfortable travel.
Buses plying the route of Manila-Naga have terminals in Cubao, Quezon City and in Pasay City:
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Best Time to Go
BEST TIME TO GO
Slowly gaining a niche in the tourism industry, Camarines Sur gets its share of visitors all year round. Aside from the summer months of March to May, and long weekends, CamSur packs hordes of visitors in the month of September when the famous Penafrancia Festival is held.
November to December are also good months to explore the province as the weather is cold and chances of heavy rains are minimal. Put on sunblock, bring bottled water and wear light clothing. Flip flops or sandals are great for outdoor activities especially on warm weather.
What to Do
Indulge in action-packed adventures
There’s the CWS or the CamSur Watersports Complex or the ATV Adventure in Mt. Isarog National Park that equates with adrenaline rush; CamSur is home to such exciting activities for all the thrill-seeking visitors.
Sample the local food
Bicolandia offers gastronomic treat like no other. From the peculiar chilli ice cream, to sinarapan, to a number of other tasty coconut-and-chilli based eats, Bicol’s cuisine is intriguing and exciting to discover in every bite.
Relax on the beaches
Just like the many parts of the country, Camarines Sur offers stunning and untouched beaches with with stretches of fine sand, gorgeous coral formations and rock formations and home to a wide numbers of marine life. Besides the Caramoan Peninsula National Park, there are other beaches worth visiting like the Atulayan Island (a setting of the French-Italian movie “Mutiny in the Sea”), Bagolatao Beach, Balogo beaches, to name a few.
Discover scenic bike trails
If you’re into biking, CamSur is a good place to practise it. Explore the bike trails of Mt. Isarog Natural Park using an ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle or MTB (mountain bike). Mt. Isarog is one of the most grand mountains in Bicol and has dense rainforest that have grown around it, making the area a perfect ground for a quiet “bike in the woods” moment.
Naga City is the center of business industries and functions as the embarkation point of the whole Bicol Region. From here, one can wander around the area by walking. But of course, there are cabs, jeepneys and tricycles as the main transportation in the area. There are also buses and vans for going to another town/s. Minimum fare rate for a jeepney ride is Php 8.00.00.
Budget – Php 599.00 – Php 700.00
Reasonable – Php 1,000.00 – Php 1,300.00
Expensive – Php 3,000.00
Php 120.00 – Php 300.00
Tourist Attraction Entrance Fee
Starts at Php 10.00
Average price per day
Php 1,500.00 – Php 1,800.00