Information about Beehive Driftwood Cafe
Beehive Driftwood Cafe
Beehive Driftwood Café in Camiguin, originally a bee farm, has become a popular tourist spot offering a sweet and cozy atmosphere for visitors seeking a delightful treat during their stay. The café is mainly made out of driftwood collected along the shore, hence its name. Started by a Belgian expat, the bee farm now serves as a café, where visitors can enjoy a cup of coffee and even get a glimpse into honey production.
Situated near the Catibac sea, the café offers a range of healthy meals from breakfast to dinner, including vegetarian and non-vegetarian options made with organic ingredients. Refreshing fruit shakes and ice creams are also a great option for beachgoers enjoying a day under the sun.
The café also serves as an ideal pitstop for travelers exploring the island, providing a European-inspired dining experience with local flavors. From the café, guests can visit nearby attractions like the Sunken Cemetery and Gui-Ob Church Ruins as well.
Best time to visit
The café is open every day from 8 AM to 6 PM.