Mantigue Island Nature Park and Marine Sanctuary is a small island located about 3.5 km off the coast of volcanic island province of Camiguin province in the Philippines. Also known as Magsaysay Island, it is about 4 hectares of greenery fringed with a gleaming white beach of powdery coral sand.
A fishing village is located in the northern side of the island. One side of the island ...
is a white sand beach with corals offshore, and the opposite side provides a deep drop-off for snorkeling and diving. Mantigue Island can be reached by light water craft in 25??"30 minutes from Brgy. San Roque in the town of Mahinog. Wiki
Mantigue Island Nature Park and Marine Sanctuary News
I thought I'd break this blog down into a few parts. The reason being, we did so much that it would be an overwhelmingly long blog. Due to living in Vietnam we had decided that we needed to spend a Christmas away from home and experience a new place we'd always wanted to go. We were weighing up between Australia and the Philippines, however Philippines won us over when we knew our friends living in Oz weren't going to be around. We booked flights and started planning back in October, however our original plan and route we had decided to take took a different turn a couple of weeks before we we ...
We love traveling in the Philippines and one of our favorite destinations in the Philippines is Mantigue Island in Camiguin. Mantigue Island is a paradise to discover and its not crowded yet!
Mindanao also has a place where you can see or even swim with turtles. Camiguin is a small province with plenty to offer visitors; one of the places to add to your itinerary to see a turtle or two is Mantigue Island. It is a turtle sanctuary wherein the local government declared the habitat of these sea creatures a nature park.
I quit my job and went on a spiritual healing in Camiguin island and it was beautiful. I regret nothing.
*It is the island "Born of Fire" with 7 volcanoes and part of "The Pacific Ring of Fire".
Mantigue is a small island located about 3.5 kilometres off the coast of volcanic island province of Camiguin province in the Philippines. Also known as Magsaysay Island, it is about 4 hectares of greenery fringed with a gleaming white beach of powdery coral sand. Wikipedia