Information about Beehive Driftwood Cafe
Beehive Driftwood Cafe
This bee farm turned café is popular for tourists who wanted to taste the sweetness of what Camiguin has to offer. It offers a sweet and homey ambiance to its customers who are looking for a short but sweet treat while staying in Camiguin.
Architectural Structure and Location
Before turning into a café, beehive was only a bee farm founded by a Belgian expat who settled in the Philippines for almost 2 years already. Honey are being naturally produced in this farm, and the owner was resourceful enough to create a space to that will eventually turn out to be a café.
The place is also famous because made out of driftwoods that had been collected by the shore that added an extra homey and relaxing ambiance to it. Aside from the delicious treats, guests can also learn how honey is being made. Beehive Driftwood Café is located near the sea of Catibac in Camiguin.
What they offer
The restaurant offers a wide variety of meals from breakfast to dinner and they make sure that whatever they are serving to their guests are healthy. They also offer dishes that are vegetarian and non-vegetarian friendly, as well as some dishes are cooked with organic ingredients.
For the sweet treats, different combinations of fruit shakes and ice creams are also being offered to help the guests cool themselves down especially during the hot weather. Since the café is by the beach, guests can also enjoy a short rest by the shore and they can even ask to have their meals served to them by the beach!
If not, the restaurant has many seats for guests who only wanted to have a quick bite while enjoying a European-inspired yet locally made dishes in the province.
The café is a perfect stop for travelers who are exploring the island on their own. As most travelers spends a few hours in the café to grab a bite or take a short break from their activities. Otherwise, after visiting the café, guests will either go ahead to nearby tourist locations such as the Sunken Cemetery and the Gui-Ob Church Ruins.