It's a place where you can pitch a tent just a few meters from your jetski. But I go there mostly for Lake Caliraya's sunrise, as I yet have to get my hands on a jetski (which could take a lifetime hehe). You have a good view of the sunrise from the campsite. So far I have never been disappointed, all the 4:00AM wake ups always paid off.
I've seen the place changed shape for the past years, new trees were planted, old ones were cut down. The ones that Typhoon Milenyo had ravaged have recovered. There are huts now where a group of 4-5 persons can comfortably sleep in thus eliminating the need for tents.
Electricity have slowly invaded the place. The CR/bath area now has lighting, so do a couple of huts. And with electricity comes karaoke! Gone are the quiet evenings...
I have never been so pissed off in a trip. I can take mud, rain, mosquito bites and still relish the sound of crickets as dusk falls. But not loud karaoke music with bad singing that could easily put William Hung to shame. The torture ended at 4:14:06 AM with the song "Banyo Queen" by the rapper Andrew E.
Will I go back there? Hmm, maybe I won't, maybe I will. But one thing's for sure: I'm a sucker for sunrises/sunsets :).