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For those looking for a tour of the twin lakes of Caliraya and Lumot, there are boat rentals offered near the road side where Caliraya Lake Resort (Caliraya Recreation Center) can be seen.
Boat rental rate is P1,200/hour; price is P1,800.00/hour if you rent it from Caliraya Recreation Center (Caliraya Lake Resort). There's a sign there saying it's Caliraya Country Club but it didn't seem to be a formal country club, no website nor contact number and email address information for reservations.
a fisherman in Lake Lumot
Why are there only two pictures? Tutubi didn't join his family on the boat ride and remained instead with Tutubi, Jr. in the car. If you're looking for more pictures, you can check out THIS post.