Camiguin Island

Philippines' incomparable Camiguin island

Are you dreaming of a perfect beach with clear blue water, rich history, a beautiful natural landscape and enjoying great seafoods? If there are all things you want, go to Camiguin right now. Because Cammiguin is not only proud of the natural abundance, interesting cultural destinations and dishes, but there are also many exciting attractions with the week-long Lanzones festival held every year.

Let's see why, you should not miss this fascinating place!!!!

  • For nature lovers: There will be lots of exciting activities for you to mingle with nature such as: Soaking in Ardent Hibok-Hibok hot spring, experiencing the feeling of diving at White Island / Sandbar, walking on the challenging road to Tuasan Waterfall, swimming at Katibawasan waterfall, Plunge Into the Refreshing Waters of Sto. Niño Cold Spring, relaxing in the Soda pool, visiting Hibok-Hibok volcano observatory, ect.

In which, the most special and attractive is White Island. Depending on the ocean tide, the island has different shapes. The picturesque, White Island is outstanding with Hibok – Hibok and Old Vulcan mountains. This is an ideal destination for swimming and sunbathing.

  • For cultural lovers:

Camiguin is not only proud of its natural richness, but it also displays interesting cultural spots: admire the Sunken Cemetery, Hike up the Old Volcano and Stations of the Cross, Visit the Old Church Ruins... are attractive destinations for cultural lovers.

  • For gourmets

Camiguin has a lot of dishes worthy trying once in a lifetime: taste the best Halo-Halo at Café 1914, Try the Brick Oven Pizza at Luna Restorante, Get Your Coffee Fix at La Isla Cocina, Bring Home the Original Pastel de Camiguin or Delight Your Taste Buds with Camiguin’s Most Popular Fruit: Lanzones… Everything is very interesting.

When should coming here?

It’s best to visit Camiguin during the Lanzones Festival on the 4th week of October so you can witness the grand celebration of the bountiful lanzones harvest.đến đó:

You can get around the island by hiring a multipurpose taxi, but the price is quite expensive, so go with a team to save. There are also motorellas which are the most popular transport on the island.

You can fly from Manila to Cebu and continuous flying to Camiguin via a connecting flight or fly from Manila to Cagayan de Oro city, and then take a jeep or taxi from here to Camiguin.

Whether these above reasons is enough to convince you to Camiguin? Plan your travel from now to experience the beauty of this beautiful volcanic island.

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