Camaya Coast: What You See is What You Get

I found out about Camaya Coast in Facebook while I was searching for a beach to complete my summer 2016.  I checked its website and I was captivated b the pictures in its gallery. So I booked the 2nd trip for my family on my chosen date. There were only 2 trips that time, 8 AM and 10 AM.  This was my first time to go to beach using a ferry  so I was excited.
1 hour before departure, we already at  One Esplanade Seaside where the ferry was stationed. We paid 30 pesos each for terminal fee, and chose our seats.  Choose the back seats where the windows are clear.
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Photo by Bernard Testa, InterAksyon.com.
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credit to https://smtickets.com/
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The interior of the ferry was very comfortable, and air conditioned.
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photo credit to Mailovestoeatandtravel.wordpress.com
After almost 2 hours of sea adventure, we arrived at Camaya Coast.  The dock was not concrete, and made of floating cubes so it was shaky.  Be careful when you are crossing it.
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From the dock, we could see the coastline of Camaya. I noticed that water was really clear. The sand was white and fine as well.

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Floating Slides with other activities.
We had our lunch at Max's Restaurant.  There are other restaurants in Camaya e.g. Figaro, Shakey's.  You can pay cash or use your major credit cards.
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Max's Restaurant
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Hotel

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Just sit and relax and watch the sunset
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They have infinity pool you can enjoy and kiddie pool for your kids.
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Camaya Coast Resort is a family friendly one.  What you see in the site is what you get.

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