Your home and your needs, shelter and cutlery, will be provided by Jacques Dagnot
and Philippine family, Joy, his wife and his son Hugo.
In a friendly atmosphere, you will be accommodated in a camp bed with mattress, bedding
... The old equipment and landscaping were destroyed during the 2013 typhoon, the
bungalows are being built. (Available as of December 1)
The room and board are provided when the island is devoid of any material , no electricity,
unsafe water. Electricity will be available via a generator, and you will have access
to wifi, whose signal is limited but existing. As for drinking water and eating food,
these will be sent daily by boat.
You will have the opportunity to taste the fresh seafood directly from Cantilan,
not Ayoki, the area is classified protected areas.
And in the evening you can watch the sunset in the western part, and discover the
joys of karaoke, activities which are highly motivated for Filipinos sipping local
rum, activity which is outside the camp stay to the east side.