Toured around Camiguin island for a bit. We'll be back for more.
I'm sharing our Camiguin Trip. Hope you like it.
From Butuan City we traveled all the way to Balingoan municipality in the province of Misamis Oriental for almost 5hrs then sailed to the stunning Camiguin Island for almost an hour.
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Watch out for our Camiguin Day2 in my next video.
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Lots of love and prayer,
Trip Date: April 28-29 2017
Camiguin Island with an area of approximately 238 square kilometers is an ideal place to be explored.
The place is famous for its diving spots and great underwater life which is great for snorkeling.
Visitors who had experienced Camiguin were in love with its beautiful beaches. However, the place also offers a wide array of "things to do" such as mountain climbing, jungle trekking, rappelling and much more. The island's natural springs will surely be a great option after basking on the beach for many days.
We have outlined in this travel guide several tourist spots, the list of resor ...
This video will take you to the Paradise of Camiguin Island.
Tourist spots visited are the following:
1. White Island
2. Walkway to the Old Volcano and Stations of the Cross
3. Tuasan Falls
4. Ardent Hibok-Hibok Hot Spring
5. Sunken Cemetery
6. Giant Clam Sanctuary
7. Sto. Nino Cold Spring
8. Mantegue Island
I have been to a number of dive spots around the Philippines. However, Sunken Cemetery in Camiguin gives me nostalgia and sensational flashbacks from time to time.
Sunken Cemetery used to be a graveyard above the sea but because of the eruption of Mt. Vulcan in 1980, it was destroyed and its remnants are found underwater.
Only the vibrant colors of the coral would be seen.
Stopping by this location was quite spontaneous. Upon arriving at the site, my friend and I was strongly curious on what we could set our eyes on. The water is not that clear. There was not a single soul swimming— ...
Camiguin Island, the country's second-smallest province, may just be a tiny dot on the map, but this island is packed with adventure ecotourism that has made it the fifth-most visited province in the Philippines.
Five hours away from Northern Mindanao's capital of Cagayan de Oro, Camiguin is the getaway capital of the region, and has drawn 578,364 tourists in 2015 and 629,613 in 2016.
In 2014, at least 300,000 tourists visited the province, Department of Tourism records show.
Camiguin, with a circumferential road of just 64 kilometers, offers a lot of ecotourism sites—from the ice-c ...