Philippines - Camiguin

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Seascape Resort (recommended), Bug-Ong, Mambajao, 9100 Camiguin Island,Telephone +63 (0) 88-387-9534, Cottage from PHP 400.- per Room/Night, Mobile +63 (0) 91-092-06152

Camiguin Action Geckos, Dive & Adventure Resort, Agoho, Mambajao, 9100 Camiguin Island, Telephone +63 (0) 88-387-9146

By boat/ferry

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Super Shuttle Ferry is serving Cebu – Camiguin vice – versa. It leaves Cebu City every Friday at 8:00pm at Pier 8. It will also leave Camiguin back to Cebu City every Sunday at 8.00pm.

Cagayan de Oro-Camiguin

via ferry boat

From Cagayan de Oro, you may also take a bus or van from Agora Market to Balingoan Port, this is 88 km away or a two and a half bus ride. The Balingoan ferry bound for Camiguin makes a one-hour crossing. It will arrive at Benoni Wharf.

via fast craft

From Cagayan de Oro you can take a jeep or a taxi to Macabalan port. The Fast Craft to Camiguin will leave at 8.30am daily. This is a two hour sea travel. It will arrive at Benoni Wharf at 10.30am.

Ferries cross from Balingoan (PHP 70, one hour), about 80km north of Cagayan de Oro, to Benoni. Boats run about hourly from early morning to 4.30pm.

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via ferry boat

SUPER SHUTTLE FERRY will leave Jagna Bohol daily at 1.00pm and arrives Balbagon Port at 5.00pm. It will also depart Camiguin from Balbagon Port at 8.00am bound for Jagna Bohol and will arrive at 1.00pm in the afternoon.

via fast craft

The fast craft will leave Jagna Bohol at 1.00pm every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. This is a two hour sea travel arriving Benoni port at 4.00pm. The Sea Craft will also depart Camiguin from Benoni port every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday at 11.00am and will arrive Jagna Bohol at 1:00pm.

By airplane

Cebu Pacific Air (www.cebupacificair.com) flys from Cebu to Camiguin on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

As an alternative you can fly from Manila/Cebu to Cagayan de Oro. Read Cagayan de Oro-Camiguin (by boat/ferry section) for further instructions.

Camiguin Tourism Association (www.camiguintourismassociation.com)

 

Area

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Camiguin (Tagalog pronunciation: [kami’gin], (Cebuano: Lalawigan sa Camiguin), (Tagalog: Lalawigan ng Camiguin) is an island province of the Philippines located in the Bohol Sea, about 10 km (6.2 mi) off the northern coast of Mindanao. It is politically part of the Northern Mindanao Region of the country and formerly a part of Misamis Oriental province. Camiguin is the second-smallest in the country both in population and land area after Batanes. Mambajao is the capital of the province and its largest municipality both in area and population. Wikipedia

White Island

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Mantigue Island

Philippines-Camiguin-SnorkelingSnorkeling and swimming.

You can rent a boat at the port next to the island.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Snorkeling and swimming at the Giant Clams Sanctuary

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