Camiguin Tours & Activities

Camiguin Tours & Activities

Explore exciting Camiguin Island tourist attractions when you book these Camiguin tours and activities. Go on Camiguin island hopping adventures to White Island, Mantigue Island, visit the Sunken Cemetery, and relax at hot and cold springs.
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Frequently asked questions

What is Camiguin Island famous for?

Camiguin is known as the "Island Born of Fire" due to its numerous volcanoes. It is also famous for its natural attractions, such as hot springs, waterfalls, and the Sunken Cemetery. Camiguin is also one of the most beautiful islands in the Philippines, with its pristine white sand beaches captivating the hearts of all who visit.

How do I get to Camiguin Island?

You can reach Camiguin by taking a flight to Cagayan de Oro (Laguindingan Airport) and then making a ferry booking in the Philippines from Balingoan Port to Camiguin.

What are the must-visit tourist spots in Camiguin?

Some of the must-visit Camiguin tourist spots include Mantigue Island and White Island in Camiguin. Aside from the islands, it is also highly recommended to add Katibawasan Falls, Ardent Hot Spring, Tuasan Falls, Sunken Cemetery, and the Old Church Ruins in Catarman to your Camiguin itinerary.

If you’re booking a Philippine tour or a Philippine travel package, most of the tourist spots above are part of a Camiguin tour.

Are there any diving or snorkeling spots in Camiguin?

Aside from island hopping in the Philippines, Camiguin offers excellent diving and snorkeling places in the Philippines. Among the popular spots are the Sunken Cemetery Marine Sanctuary and the marine sanctuaries near Mantigue Island.

Is it possible to tour Camiguin in one day?

While it's possible to visit a few Philippine tourist spots while in Camiguin in one day, it is highly recommended to spend at least two to three days to fully enjoy Camiguin island tour spots and exploring its natural wonders.

Are there hiking opportunities in Camiguin?

Yes, there are hiking opportunities on the island. You can hike to the summit of Mount Hibok-Hibok, an active stratovolcano, but it is advisable to do so with a local guide due to safety concerns.

When is the best time to visit Camiguin?

The best time to visit Camiguin is during the dry season, which typically runs from March to June. The weather is generally more predictable during these months, and you can enjoy Camiguin island hopping and outdoor activities without much rain.

Can I rent a motorcycle or bicycle to explore the island?

Yes, renting a motorcycle or bicycle is a popular way to explore Camiguin. It gives you the flexibility to visit various attractions at your own pace.

Are there any local delicacies or food specialties to try in Camiguin?

Yes, aside from having some of the top Mindanao tourist spots, Camiguin offers some unique local delicacies worth trying, such as "pastel" (a sweet bun filled with yema or custard), "lansiao" (a soup made from boiled beef tripe), and "binaki" (steamed corn tamales).

Is Camiguin safe for travelers?

Camiguin is generally safe for travelers, and it is less crowded because it is one of the underrated tourist spots in the Philippines. However, as with any travel destination, it's essential to exercise standard precautions, like keeping your belongings secure and being aware of your surroundings. It is also advisable to follow COVID-19 rules and safety guidelines provided by your tour guide or accommodation.
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