Discover the beauty of the Camotes IslandsFast craft Cebu to the Camotes Islands begins again. Fare for Cebu-Camotes or v.v. P380.00 one-way tourist class P 330.00 one-way open-air P280.00 one-way tourist (first 80 pax only). The fast craft operate twice daily from Cebu City. Fares are subject to change without prior notice. Check http://www.asiatravel.com/en-us/promotions/philippines/ocean_jet.htmlfor full terms and conditions.If the 1st Spanish explorers were to arrive on the Camotes Islands today they would observe not a lot has changed in 500 years. Why would you want to change anything when you have amazing unspoilt white sandy beaches and tropical forests all surrounded by blue tropical waters the locals feel blessed already. It’s so easy to forget all the modern comforts of home when you’re staying on a paradise like this. No wonder the locals are so friendly and happy; they know they are on a good thing.Many call it Camotes Island, when in fact the Camotes is made up of a number of islands, with the two main islands of Pacijan and Poro being the most popular. If you’re a regular traveller, you’ll know that it is expensive to stay on a tropical paradise, not so with Camotes. Surprisingly it is affordable to stay in a beautiful island like this; sometimes you just need to know where to find hidden gems. Away from the crowds and mainstream tourism, Camotes is only a couple of hours away from Cebu City. Enjoy a piece of seclusion and delight in one of the world’s most undiscovered paradises, home to some of the Philippines best beaches.