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No one leaves Camiguin island without a box of the famous and home-grown Pastel de Camiguin.
The backdrop of every angle of the Camiguin Island features the majestic Mt. Timpoong and Mt. Hibok-Hibok in grand colors at every hour of every day.
Just below the cerulean waters of Camiguin lies a vast aquamarine paradise which was famously hailed by the Asian Dive Magazine as the 6th Best Dive Site in Asia.
Hailed as a national heritage treasure, the church was bult in 1623 as the parish church of San Roque and was made with coral and stone before it was half-covered by lava in the eventful eruption of Mt. Vulcan in 1871.
The volcanoes that shaped the island of Camiguin not only brought about the beginnings of this island-paradise but also formed the pool of springs that are present in its every corner.
This pristine sandbar off the coast of Yumbing is the cherry on top of every trip to Camiguin where you could go snorkeling or sunbathing to your heart’s content.
Mantigue Island is a four-hectare slice of tropical wonderland with a lush mini forest at the center.
The eruption of Mt. Vulcan in 1871 transformed this old cemetery into a pristine marine sanctuary below the waves.
Camiguin Aviation takes Camiguin escapades to greater heights! This CAAP-certified flying organization will allow tourists to experience a bird’s eye view of the whole Camiguin island.