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Where to stay in Camiguin Island: HillTop Camiguin

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I have said it time and again. Camiguin Island remains to be one of my super favorite destinations in the Philippines. Camiguin is like a refuge – where I can enjoy peace, quiet, sun,…

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Where to stay in Camiguin Island: HillTop Camiguin

The post Where to stay in Camiguin Island: HillTop Camiguin appeared first on Mindanaoan.

I have said it time and again. Camiguin Island remains to be one of my super favorite destinations in the Philippines. Camiguin is like a refuge – where I can enjoy peace, quiet, sun,…

The post Where to stay in Camiguin Island: HillTop Camiguin appeared first on Mindanaoan.

Eating sea urchins at White Island Camiguin

Living sea urchins don’t look appetizing at all – what with their scary looking spines. But mind you, sea urchins or “tuyom” as they are locally known are actually considered culinary delicacies in many parts of the world. In fact, a kilo of sea urchin roe fetches hundreds of dollars. …

Travel: Camiguin Sto. Nino Cold Spring Resort

Have you been following my Camiguin Island posts? You may have come across my Ardent Hibok Hibok Spring Resort post where I shared that it’s where you can find pools with hot sulfuric flowing water. Now if in Ardent Resort Camiguin you’ll find natural hot springs, there’s another Camiguin Island …

Old Church Ruins in Camiguin Island Mindanao

Have you been following my series of Camiguin Island posts? Here’s another historical place you should not miss when you visit the Island Born Of Fire. The Old Church Ruins, also known as Gui-ob Church, features the remains of an old Spanish church. Gui-ob Church was destroyed and partly submerged …

Sunken Cemetery at Camiguin Island

Yes, you read that right. There’s a Sunken Cemetery at Camiguin Island and although many people might find it a little creepy, this Camiguin tourist spot is actually a popular diving and snorkeling spot. Located at Barangay Bonbon, Municipality of Catarman, Camiguin Island, the Sunken Cemetery came about after Mt. …

The Paradise That Is White Island Camiguin

I think no trip to Camiguin Island will ever be complete without a visit to the popular, uninhabited sand bar called White Island. It is nothing but paradise! Crystal clear water, white sand and lovely view of Mt. Hibok Hibok. Located about 10 minutes away from the shore of Barangay …