The island of your imagination.
"Camiguin almost defies description and is said to be the country’s most peaceful island-paradise. It is a tiny island of lush forests, volcanic splendor, eternal springs, pristine patches of black and white beaches, majestic waterfalls, year-round festivals, exotic marine life, a glorious past, serene sorroundings, idyllic lifestyle and jovial people. Camiguin beckons you to come and discover the many ways one can unwind, joyfully dwell, taste, touch and feel on the island’s cdfa. The truth is, Camiguin is best experienced than described as one gets enchanted by her mystical charm. "
Hosting a variety of aquatic life, one of the most awe-inspiring part of your Camiguin experiences, lies underwater. There are beautiful corals, sea turtles, a myriad of fishes, performing their wondrous routines in the pristine aquatic habitats. The shores and underwater bounties of Camiguin are multi-faceted, all marvelous, tantalizing and inviting. Diver’s paradise is what it is. It is also beachlover and snorkeler’s haven.
The ruins of Gui-on Church is a relic of the Christianity in the island. Belfry, adobe walls and convent are the remnants after the devastating volcanic eruption on May 1, 1871 which wiped out the illustrious town of Catarman established earlier as Spanish settlement in 1679.
One of the most dramatic spectacles in Camiguin happens in the evening, when the stars and the planet appears above our heads. Camiguin has created the first stargazing park in an active volcano, where you can discover the universe surrounding by volcanos with no light pollution.
It is one of the active volcanoes in the country and part of the Pacific ring of fire. Hibok-Hibok has erupted five times in modern history. The first recorded eruption occurred in 1827 and a similar activity followed in 1862. The latest recorded eruption was in 1951.
The province claims to have the sweetest lanzones in the country today and it is for the annual harvest that they celebrate this thanks giving day. Houses, carriages, street poles and even people are decorated with lanzones and lanzones leaves. Towns folk dance in joy abandon in commemoration of the legend that a beautiful, unknown maiden took from the its former bitter flavor to leave only its luscious, sweet taste