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Apart from resort and hotel accommodations, we also have Camiguin adventure activities and tours that we can include to your itinerary:
Here in the “Island Born of Fire”, natural wonders and historic riches wait the adventure tourist. Visit the following destinations:
Old Vulcan and Walkway
About 8 kilometers west of the resort. It has 70-80 meters drop off to the sea and a landmark of the “Panaad Festival”. Life-size images depicting the Stations of the Cross placed along the walkway carved by the side of Old Vulcan.
The old cemetery by the shore of Bonbon collapsed and sunk
under water during the 1871 volcano eruption. The area used to
have a cross marker and is now teeming with corals and marine life.
Old Gui-ob Church Ruins
Some 12 kilometers from the resort in Barangay Bonbon, Catarman. One can see the old belfry, convent and church walls and remnants of the 1871 Vulcan Daan eruption.
Soda Water Swimming Pool
The one and only in the country where you can swim to a pool of soda water. Picnic huts and tables are available beside the pool.
Sto Niño Cold Spring
Located in Catarman, some 25 kilometers from the resort. A terrific huge pool of cold spring water measuring 25m by 40m sprouting from the sandy bottom.
J & A Fishpen
A large fish pen near Benoni port where you can fish and select fresh sea foods and have it cooked in their restaurant.
Philvolcs Observatory Station
Set on top of the Payahan hills the observatory has great views over the Island. One can find seismograph that monitors the activity of Mt. Hibok-hibok volcano and other volcanoes of the island.
Ardent Hot Spring
In the heart of the island bubbles this mineral pool with water around 40 degrees Celsius. Mist rises from the heated waters that run down the vents in the active Hibok-hibok volcano.
A 10 minutes boat ride from the resort. An inhabited white sand bar with the picturesque Mt. Hibok-hibok and Old Vulcan as its backdrop. The picturesque island is ideal for swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling and viewing the sunrise and sunset over Camiguin.
The island is 4 hectares of evergreen forest fringed with white sandy
beaches. A fishing village is found in the north side of the island. One side
of the island is a white sand beach with coral offshore, while opposite side
provides a deep drop-off for snorkeling and diving.
Mt. Hibok-Hibok approach is through the base of Barangay Tagdo in Mambajao. It is the only active among the 6 others on the Island. The 1,250 meters slope is a challenge to climbers as the trek entails skillful maneuvers in loose rocks and boulders. There is a crater like lake and steam outlets on top of the peak.
First you go trekking to the top of the first pool of Katibawasan Falls (approximately a one hour trek), then you go rappelling, jumping, and sliding down different canyons. On this trip you will see the beautiful nature of Camiguin and enjoy the excitement of rappelling down the small waterfalls. After all the fun, a barbecue will be ready by the falls. A brief lesson on roping will be given before the start of the trip.
Cagayan de Oro Whitewater Rafting and Adventures
Experience an adventure in the natural, wild, and rugged countryside. Shoot the rapids and wrestle the waves and whirlpools down the Cagayan de Oro River.
Also Drop by the Gardens of the Malasag Eco-Tourism Village with its replicas of the region’s tribal homes, endemic plants and trees, and a panoramic view of Macajalar Bay.
Gamefishing here is best from December to August. Camiguin Island is blessed with the availability of local big gamefishing opportunities. Giant trevally (Mamsa), barracuda, and wahoo (tanigue) are found year round. Sailfish can be spotted from March to June and tuna from July to October.
Marine life is very diverse in the dive sites of Camiguin Island. Lava formations, coral gardens, drop-off reefs, steep slopes, walls, sunken sand bars, rare macro critters, schools of fish, pelagic fishes, and shells abound each site. We offer discover scuba diving lessons for those who are interested to dive without paying for a full course.