Camiguin Island Beach Resorts, Hotel Accommodations and Attractions

Summer is definitely here in the Philippines. And one way to enjoy the summer vacation with your friends and family is to experience the beautiful island of Camiguin. The Camiguin Island or the island Born of Fire is known to be a famous tourist spot in the Philippines. The pear-shaped volcanic island with seven volcanoes and a total land area of 238 sq. kilometers lies just 10 kilometers off the coast of the Province of Misamis Oriental. If you are planning to go on a week long vacation, then Camiguin Island will definitely be a great place to spend your summer vacation, as it prides itself of its beautiful beaches, beach resorts, world class accommodations, historic scenery, and natural cold and hot springs.

Below is a list of some of Camiguin Island Beach Resorts that you can choose for your lodging and hotel accommodations if you plan to stay longer for your family vacation and holidays in the beautiful paradise island.

Camiguin Island Beach Resorts and Hotels

Paras Beach Resort
Camiguin Island Golden Sunset Beach Club
Secret Cove Beach Resort
Bahay Bakasyunan sa Camiguin
Agohay Villa Forte Beach Resort
Camiguin Highland Resort
Caves Dive Resort
Camiguin Rooftop Hotel
Catarman Coral Dive Resort
Algen’s Dive Resort

Here’s a list of Camiguin Tourist Attractions that you may be interested in:

Ardent Hot Springs – Swimming pool situated in the mountain of Hibok-Hibok with 6 different mineral pools varying temperatures up to 40C.

Katibawasan Falls – Situated 6kms in the secluded area of Mambajao, a 60m high waterfall.

Macao Cold Spring – Known as the Blue Lagoon by the locals, a natural cold spring pool with crystal blue-colored water.

Mantigue Island – a 4 hectare forested island, accessible by pump boat ideal for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Santo Niño Cold Spring – Located 4 kms. uphill of Catarman in the west coast of Camiguin. A crystal clear and fresh water pool landscaped in natural stones.

Gui-ob Church Ruins – Is a historical site in Camiguin, the church ruins is the remnants of the 1871 eruption of Vulcan Daan.

Sunken Cemetery – situated just across the Gui-ob Church Ruins, a scenic and historical spot with a cemetery deep below sea level, and a huge cross standing in the middle.

White Island – one of the most popular attractions to visit in Camiguin, an uninhabited white sandbar just two kilometers off the shore of Agoho district in Camiguin Island accessible by pump boats. Camiguin’s white island is frequently visited by tourists who wants to simply enjoy the summer heat and see a panoramic view of the volcanic island.

How to Get To Camiguin via Cagayan de Oro route:

Cagayan de Oro to Camiguin via Fast Craft
From Cagayan de Oro, take a jeep or a taxi to Macabalan port. The Fast Craft (Paras SeaCat) bound for Camiguin will leave at 8:30 o’clock in the morning daily. This will be a two hour sea travel. It will arrive at Benoni Wharf at 10:30 am.

Cagayan de Oro to Camiguin via Ferry
From Cagayan de Oro, take a bus or van from Agora Market Terminal to Balingoan Port, this is a two and a half hour bus ride. The Balingoan ferry bound for Camiguin makes a one-hour crossing. It will arrive at Benoni Wharf.

Touring Camiguin Island

If you’re with a group and you’re planning to tour the Camiguin Island, then you should definitely hire a multicab (a mode of transportation used by the locals). Drivers usually charge 1,500-2,000 pesos for a whole day trip and will take you to popular tourist spots and attractions around the island.






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