The Caramoan National Park is a 347-hectare (860-acre) national park and protected area in Camarines Sur, Philippines. It was established in 1938. The park has caves, limestone formations, white sandy beaches, an islet lake and a subterranean river, make it popular with tourists. It is accessible by public transport from the municipality of Caramoan, and local people have established trails in the park for visitors.
|Caramoan National Park
|Camarines Sur, Bicol Region, Philippines
|347 ha (860 acres)
The national park is located in the Caramoan Peninsula, a hilly peninsula in north-east Camarines Sur, Bicol Region, Philippines with deep gorges and a rough, rocky terrain. It is also an Important Bird Area with habitat for the green racket-tail (Prioniturus luconensis).
National parks of the Philippines
Protected areas in the Bicol Region
|Protected landscapes and seascapes
|Watershed forest reserves
|Natural biotic areas
Protected areas of the Philippines