One of the ecotourism gems of Region 10 is the Province of Camiguin. Named the "Island Born of Fire", as it was shaped by 14 volcanoes that the island has. While it is fondly visited by tourists, it still keeps its pristine state as it strongly adheres to environmental protection. Camiguin offers thrill-seekers to climb its volcanoes, explore its waterfalls such as Katibawasan, Binawangan and Tuasan. There are also hot and cold springs like Ardent Hot Spring and the Santo Niño Cold Spring.
Camiguin is also famous for its white sand beaches and wonderful underwater world that are perfect for snorkeling and diving. Mt. Timpoong rises at 1,580 meters above sea level and Mt. Hibok-Hibok, an active volcano stands at 1,200 meters above sea level form the ASEAN Heritage Park called the Mt. Timpoong and Mt. Hibok-Hibok National Monument (MTHNM). It is a well-protected landscape because of its high density of endemic of flora and fauna. Among them are the Camiguin Hawk Owl, Hanging Parrot, Forest Mouse, Narrow-Mouthed Frog and medicinal trees like Kalingag and Duguan.