The Island Born of Fire - Camiguin

Home to seven volcanoes including the famous and still active Mount Hibuk- Hibuk, Camiguin is a volcanic island province in the northern tip of Mindanao . It is the region's smallest island and second smallest after Batanes if talking about all the provinces in the country as a whole. This pear-shaped island is also home to the country's beautiful beaches topped with crystal clear waters that invites everyone to plunge upon arrival.
A place gifted with nature's bountiful blessings, truly, Camiguin is a paradise island like no other. It gives a feeling of gratification upon arrival, and a sense of satisfaction upon leaving the town.
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22 comments:

  1. It's always good to see these kind of things ... promoting the Philippines is always good ... I plan to go around our country but when my kid can go with me. I want him to be well travelled.

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  2. I am amazed how clean the water is. I haven't been to Camiguin. I am adding that in my list. I think I can compare the beauty of this place from your pics to Caramoan. There are still many undiscovered paradise in the Philippines. I hope even if they get discovered, they remain as pristine as they are now.

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  3. We learn a lot from traveling!

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  4. Well, Camiguin is one of the great beauties of Mindanao and had been there many times already but as a travel blogger recently, hindi pa. Gusto ko balikan at puntahan ang white island na to.

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  5. Camiguin is a gem to Northern Mindanao.. The entire island itself is a tourist destination waiting to be discovered.. The most famous it can offer is probably the Sunken Cemetery, the Sandbar and the Katibawasan falls.

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  6. i've been here and i agree, this place is really beautiful.

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  7. wala talaga tatalo sa ganda ng pinas! sobra ganda! would love to visit Camiguin someday!!!

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  8. sorry but i was just curious, it must be spelled with an i and not e di ba?
    Camiguin.

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  9. I would love to see this place also. Ang ganda talaga ng Pilipinas. I hope they'd maintain the cleanliness... It's really beautiful! Love the pics!

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  10. Grabe ang Ganda!! Hope to explore this place too... Good subject for my photography.. Can't wait! ;-)

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  11. Camiguin is in my list. I hope I can spend a week of summer there.

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  12. I've never been to Camiguin but I love the view you posted. Parang sa Caramoan din.

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  13. The place is clean. The place is calm. The place is like a "paradise" caped with clear waters and white sands. I love to "play" in this place if time and occasion so warrants someday.

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  14. Ganda ng pictures. May iba pa ba?

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  15. Have always been wanting to visit Camiguin ever since I was a child but never had the chance to do it until now. Humanda ka Camiguin!

    Regards, Edmar @ EDMARATION

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  16. I really want to travel someday =/

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  17. The beach is beautiful, I love it

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  18. Would love to visit the place.

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  19. Wow! Those waters are so clear and the view is just so refreshing to the eyes. I wish I can visit Camiguen in the near future.. :)

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  20. wow that's a real gem...this is why it's really fun travelling in the Phils...i wish i could go there sometime...

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  21. Camuigin is really an Island Paradise.Never been there but i heard a lot about the place plus the travel blogs posts and photos. i hope to visit the place one day.

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  22. I've been there before when I was like 14. Amazing place to go to. The island itself is very small, but there are so many places to go to. There are several hot springs and if I remember right there are waterfalls in the island. It's a great experience to go there. You have great pictures too.

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