Camiguin is an island province in the Philippines located in the Bohol Sea. Camiguin is the second smallest province in the country in both in population and land are after Batanes. The provincial capital is Mambajao, which is also the province’s largest municipality both in area and population.
HOW TO GO CAMIGUIN ISLAND: Ride a bus or van from Cagayan De Oro to Balingoan, fare is 100 pesos. In Balingoan Port, ride a ferry heading to Benoni Port, fare is 145 pesos + 5 pesos terminal fee. Travel hour is 2 hours
- White Island
- Mantigue Island
- Ardent Hot Spring
- Sto.Nino Cold Spring
- Tangub View
- Sunken Cemetery
- Katibawasan Falls
- Tuasan Falls
Where we stay: Pabua Cottages, Yumbing, Mambajao: 2500pesos/2nights
- TANGUB VIEW
- OLD CHURCH RUINS
- SUNKEN CEMETERY
- ARDENT HIBOK-HIBOK HOT SPRING
The Old Church Ruins
The Sunken Cemetery of Camiguin Island marks the swept remains of the island’s rested locals. Driven underwater when Mt. Vulcan Daan erupted in 1870’s, the large cross has served the town’s people, as well as the tourists, a scenic spot to memorialize the departed buried there.
ARDENT HIBOK-HIBOK HOT SPRING
- WHITE ISLAND
- STO.NINO COLD SPRING
WHITE ISLAND CAMIGUIN: The Vanishing Island
If you wish to go to White Island, my number 1 tip is to go early bc there’s no any trees out there they only offer big umbrellas and it’s quite expensive, its 200 pesos.
STO.NINO COLD SPRING
LIST OF FEES:
I forgot to record all our expenses, but 3,500 thousand pesos per person budget will do.
- If you want to have sa safe and comfortable tour in Camiguin Island, I can recommend you a tricycle driver. He is kind and good and by the way his name is Kuya Oliver, #09068988706 that’s his contact number