Katibawasan Falls is located on Camiguin Island 5 km southeast of Mambajao, the Katibawasan Falls cascades 76m down to a pool surrounded by orchids and ferns. An invigorating dip on the pool is popular especially on warmer days and several hiking trails are within the park. This is also the favorite jump-off point for trekkers and mountaineers in search of adventure on the slopes of Mt. Timpoong.< ...
Camiguin is an island province of the Philippines located in the Bohol Sea, about 10 kilometres off the northern coast of Mindanao. It is politically part of the Northern Mindanao Region of the country and formerly a part of Misamis Oriental province. Wiki
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To say Camiguin is a beautiful island would be an understatement. True, most tourists and locals love the beautiful beaches the rich marine life, refreshing waterfalls, hot and cold springs and all of Camiguins tourist spots. However, theres more to Camiguin than meets the eye.
This years holidays have already been announced, so its time to start planning for your vacations. We spoke to travel experts (and gave our own inputs, as well) on local destinations we simply must visit this year.
5. Camiguin in Northern Mindanao- Just under 30,000 hectares, the pear-shaped island province has seven volcanoes dominated by the still-active Mount Hibok-Hibok; no wonder its been called the "Island Born of Fire." Other popular attractions include White Island, actually a sandbar that disappears during high tide; the breathtaking Katibawasan Falls, which drops fro ...
Camiguin is an island province located in the northern part of Mindanao. It is dubbed as Isla del Fuego or Island of Fire as this island was born through the series of volcanic activities of Mt. Hibok-Hibok long time ago.
Copra is the islands main and biggest produce, but having the sweetest lanzones makes Camiguin a destination by itself. Celebrated every 3rd week of October, the Lanzones Festival is a fete to give thanks for the abundance of the sacarrine fruit which Camiguin is known for, and for the prosperity the island is blessed with over the years.
This is the pilot episode of Escape Manila Vlog featuring the beautiful island province of Camiguin.
A tourism video made the news when it went viral last week, surprising even its makers.
In it, a young woman arrives on the island of Camiguin in Northeastern Mindanao and starts a litany of complaints. She is welcomed by a tourist guide, who turns out to be mute. He takes her around the place. She is, quite literally, dumbfounded by what she has seen and experienced.
Video producer James de la Vega, whos from Cagayan de Oro City in Misamis Oriental across the channel of Bohol Sea, reveals they conceptualized the film only recently.
After he and former classmate Camiguin Rep. Xavier J ...