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Captivating Camiguin

The island of Camiguin is said to be “born of fire,” pertaining to the seven volcanos located on this 238 sq. km. patch of land sits across the provinces of Misamis Oriental and Cagayan de Oro. In 1953, Mt. Hibok-Hin=bok erupted violently enough to spew bith lava and land that later cooled down to form an extended part of the province. A circumferential raod now runs through the entire land, embracing the parts that created the “underwater cemetery” and forming underwater canyons now inhabited by a wealth of marine life.

Camiguin is an island where nature runs aplenty. It boasts an impressive list of tourist attractions and activities, and it is an inviting escape for a nature lover who can escape for a nature lover who can trek to waterfalls, bike to springs (hot and cold), lounge on a sand bar, dive, climb, and just breathe in the fresh mountain air.

The entire island is inhabited by about 80,000 people, and it takes just one and a half hours to go around the island on a well-paved road that takes you from architectural relics rife with history to lush clearings facing the open sea. Small and developed just enough to be comfortable, Camiguin could very well be the perfect island to travel to for a few days of adventure and exploration.

How to Get There

Camiguin is accessible by plane, but only if you’re leaving from Cebu. SEAir files direct to Camiguin three times a week. Planes to Camiguin are 14-seaters, and the flight takes only 30 minutes.

Most people get to Camiguin by land and sea travel. Slow boats leave from Cebu and travel overnight. Another option is take a hired van or bus from Cagayan de Oro city to Misamis Oriental, where you can take a ferry to Camiguin. Leaving from Cagayan de Oro City takes three hours to get to Camiguin. Ferries from Misamis Oriental leave hourly.

How to Get Around

Getting around the 64-kilometer circumferential road of Camiguin is easiest by hiring a van and driver from the resort you are staying in. Motorcycles for hire, called habal-habal, are another way of exploring the island.

You can opt to get a motorcycle driver to show you around, or you can hire the motorcycle for P200/day, fuel not included. Getting hold of a bicycle is another great way to get around.

Camiguin has five towns, with Brgy. Mambajao as its capital and main center of commerce. Banks, a market, the airport, and small shops are located in Mambajao.

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