Camiguin Island, Philippines
Camiguin is a small volcanic island off the coast of Northern Mindanao. It is known as The Island Born of Fire because of the number of active and dormant volcanoes that it house. Eight volcanoes: one active and the rest are inactive. Volcanic activities and land movements shaped the island into a natural wonder with a unique ecosystem.
Camiguin prides itself with kilometers of virgin coastlines, with coconut and talisay trees. Tourists can treat themselves to a wide variety of tropical delights: crystal clear waters, springs (hot, cold and soda), beaches (white, black, gray and rocky) and falls. Enjoy the deliciously sweet fruit of buwahan (lanzones) or enjoy wild raspberries in the highlands of the island.
We invite you to visit Camiguin Island now.
Latest Blog Posts
You might have noticed the lack of updates on Camiguin Guide for about a year now. I have been very busy working on several projects to visit and write about Camiguin. As the end of my other projects draw near, updates & guides will start pouring in.
In the town square (locally referred to as "quadrangle") of Sagay Camiguin is an early 18th-century British Cannon.
Camiguin Guide has been running for more than two years! What's in store for our 3rd year?
Camiguin Guide just turned one! Join us as we celebrate the site's outstanding first year and promising start of another year.