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Timetables in the Philippines

Traveling from Cebu to Camotes Island

Camotes can be reached from Cebu port sailing with OceanJet. The ticket price is 500 pesos for an open-air/tourist class and 800 pesos for business class.
The ferries depart daily from Pier 1.

Or you travel to Danao port.

That is a little bit more complicated. You can use a taxi but they will charge you maximum for it is outside the city and they go back empty.
If you can convince a rider to use the meter, it also will be expensive due to heavy traffic on the highway.

Better travel from the North bus terminal, taking any bus passing by Danao (direction of Maya)
Tell the ticket man that you need to get to Danao Port, they will drop you off in the right place.
It should be before reaching the Danao public market, once you are there, you have gone too far.

From the bus stop at the port area, it is only a small ride, you can stop a tricycle and ask them to take you to the passenger terminal.

Here are the ferry times for both Cebu port and Danao port:

Shipping LineDeparture Cebunotifications
Super Shuttle Ferry05.00Danao Port, daily
Jomalia Shipping05.30 Danao Port, daily
OceanJet06.00Pier 1, daily
Jomalia Shipping08.30Danao Port, daily
Golden Shipping Fastcraft09.00pier 1, daily
Jomalia Shipping11.00Danao Port, daily
Jomalia Shipping14.00Danao Port, daily
OceanJet15.00Pier 1, daily
Golden Shipping Fastcraft17.30Pier 1, daily
Jomalia Shipping17.30Danao Port, daily
Jomalia Shipping21.00Danao port, daily

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*Please note that time schedules can change due to weather conditions, 
maintenance or new port regulations, or sometimes with no clear reason at all.

Jeanette, a Dutch female nomad, started to travel the world at the age of 17. Walker of beaches, shell searcher, and iPhone photographer. Always horizon bound preferably on a motorcycle. Currently, she lives in a desert village in Baja California Sur in Mexico. She is an emigration coach and works online.