The Sunken Cemetery was created during the volcanic birth of Mt. Vulcan that lasted from 1871 to about 1875, some areas in the town of Bonbon on Camiguin Island subsided, sinking the cemetery of the town to below sea level. The place is commemorated by a huge cross erected in 1982. Since then the municipality of Bonbon transferred to now the town of Catarman. It is also known as Pasil Reef Marine ...
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The island province of Camiguin, known as the island born of fire, is a popular tourist destination in the south region of the Philippines. Known for its clear blue waters and diverse wildlife, the island draws in visitors from all over the world who are looking for an alternative to the more fast-paced vacations islands in the Philippines.
This is my most spontaneous travel, no plans, and zero itineraries. This travel should be a Siargao travel as a birthday gift for myself but it ended up that all flights are canceled because of a typhoon. I was so frustrated and sad but I don't want to ruin my long weekend travel. One of my colleagues has planned a travel with their family and her flight is same with us so I asked her if we can join her, then she said yes! It was a relief. The travel destinations are Cagayan De Oro - Bukidnon - Camiguin, and my spontaneous travel has started.
Camiguin is an island province located in the Philippines. It is lanzones capital of the Philippines.
Major Tourist Destination:
White Island (locally known as Medano Islet or Medan Island) lies just 1.4 km, about 10 minutes, off the coast of Mambajao, the capital and the largest municipality of Camiguin. It is the province's most popular tourist attraction. Powdery white sand make up this glittery bend, surrounded by sea grass. Although it usually resembles a boomerang, it changes shape according to the tides. A naked island, it is uninhabited no houses, no huts, no trees - but umbrella ...
It's nice to wander in a rich island, not with money but with God given wonders. pls watch till the end guys, cheers!
I love Camiguin! It's one of the best islands I have visited in the Philippines. If time permits, I will surely visit Camiguin again. Oh dba it rhymes with "come again". Be sure to come again at Camiguin. LOL!
Anyway, here's our DIY Itinerary Camiguin Island:
Day 1- Mahinog Area
Ostrich Breeding Farm
Giant Clams viewing
Day 2- Mambajao/Catarman Area
Sto. Nino Cold Spring
Bura Soda Water Spring
Old Spanish Church Ruins
The Walkway to the Old Volcano
Day 3- Mambajao Area
Summer is fast approaching, surely you will have an outing so soon kung dili drawing. Summer is the season wherein most of laag's are in group chat only. Drawing here, drawing there, drawing everywhere. Lol