Camiguin: The island and its people

Camiguin is a lush tropical island off the northern coast of Mindanao, blessed with varying geographical formations which include pristine sandy beaches, a collection of mineral-rich hot springs, 4 young volcanoes and a number of beautiful waterfalls, the island province of  Camiguin is a tourism gem which is fast gaining the notice of tourists both local and foreign.

The island is divided into five municipalities: Catarman, Guinsiliban, Mahinog, Mambajao and Sagay. We explore these towns and find different tourist spots for you to enjoy.

Sagay

Published on November 3, 2012   |   Last updated

Sagay Camiguin Philippines. Binangawan Falls, Pamonglo Spring and peaceful community are some of Sagay's finest treasures.

Guinsiliban

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The port municipality of Guinsiliban is home to the antiquated Moro tower - built by the Spaniards to guard against raids from the Moro people of Mindanao.

Mambajao

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Mambajao is the capital of Camiguin island. This simple town is home to most hotels, beach resorts and inns in the island and provides direct access to every corner of Camiguin.

Catarman

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Catarman Camiguin offers a rare view of colonial Camiguin. It used to be called Katagman or Katadman. Learn more about Catarman

Mahinog

Published on November 3, 2012   |   Last updated

Mahinog literally translates to ripen. Embark on an exciting tour to Mantigue island through Mahinog.