Top Tourist Spots in Camiguin Island

Our list of must-visit tourist spots in Camiguin, Philippines – one of the best islands to explore in Mindanao.

An island province about 714 kilometers south of Manila and 120 kilometers southeast of Cebu, Camiguin is a pear-shaped volcanic Island filled with natural wonders from white sand beaches, majestic waterfalls, and relaxing hot and cold springs. Here are the top tourist spots in Camiguin:

tourist spots in Camiguin

White Island

White Island is an uninhabited white sandbar located about 1.4 kilometers off the northern shore of the capital town of Mambajao. There is no vegetation of any kind in the area so it is the best time to go there early in the morning or late in the afternoon as it gets too hot when the sun is up. [Check out our list of 5 Best Beach Resorts in Camiguin]

White Island

Mantigue Island Nature Park

Mantigue Island is a 6-hectare marine protected area with white sandy beaches and lush vegetation ideal for swimming and snorkeling.

Mantigue Island Nature Park

Katibawasan Falls

Katibawasan Falls is an enchanting waterfall in Camiguin situated at the foot of Mt. Timpoong, Barangay Upper Pandan, about five kilometers southeast of the Municipality of Mambajao.

Katibawasan Falls
Katibawasan Falls | Photo by Yojrel under creative commons

Tuasan Falls

Tuasan Falls is another majestic waterfall in Camiguin located in Barangay Mainit, in the town of Catarman. It’s about an hour away from Mambajao. The road leading to Tuasan Falls is paved so it is pretty much accessible.

Balai sa Baybay / Komunidad sa Baybay / Camiguin Sea Glass Jewelry

This is where the Sea Glass jewelry of Camiguin is made. Sea glasses washed, shaped and polished by the sea are recycled and transformed into beautiful necklace pendants and rings.  

Mt. Hibok Hibok

Camiguin is composed of 11 volcanoes mostly dormant, except Mt. Hibok-Hibok. It’s the only active volcano in Camiguin. A trek to the volcano is one of the most popular activities in the province.

Gui-ob Church Ruins

Located in the town of Catarman, Gui-ob Church Ruins is a century-old heritage site in Camiguin. It was submerged in late 1871 during the eruption of Mt. Vulcan

Sunken Cemetery

Just a few hundred meters away from Gui-ob Church Ruins, the Sunken Cemetery is marked with a huge cross and is one of the top tourist attractions in Camiguin. 

Sto. Niño Cold Spring / Ardent Hibok Hibok Spring / Soda Water Park

Camiguin has three interesting natural springs that you can enjoy.  Sto. Niño Cold Spring is a cold spring which has a temperature of around 20 degrees Celsius. Ardent Hibok Hibok Spring on the contrary has a water temperature of around 40 degrees Celsius. Soda Water Park on the other hand is a pool filled with natural streaming soda water.

Ardent Hot Spring | Photo by 3dom under creative commons

Walkway to the Old Volcano / Camiguin’s Stations of the Cross

Walkway to the Old Volcano and Stations of the Cross is another attraction in Camiguin usually filled with devotees during the Lenten season. It is located in Barangay Bonbon in the town of Catarman.

View from the Old Volcano Walkway | Photo by: Yidian Cheow under creative commons

This blog post is part of our absolutely free CAMIGUIN TRAVEL GUIDE. You no longer need to spend a lot of time researching, we already did it for you. All you need is just a click away!

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