Boracay Pleasure Paradise

Camiguin Hot Spots

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Camiguin island is a one of an island that popular to visit the tourist and vacationers because of the unique wonderful nature and beauty, and so many beautiful places or hot spots that you enjoy or explore and filipino residents are so polite and hospitality to the tourist, many exotic food and delicous food you can avail, so we start to introduce to you a beautiful places resides in camiguin.


1. Catarman Church Ruins

famous for the name Ruins of Gui-ob Church located in Barangay Bonbon, 16 kilometers from the center of Catarman town. What remains are ruins of adobe walls, belfry and convent that are testimonials to the devastating 1871 earthquake and volcanic eruption which wiped out the illustrious town of Catarman established earlier as a Spanish settlement in 1697.
Available Transport: Jeepneys and rented vans/multicabs

2. Sunken Cemetery

sunken cemetryA large white cross marks a cemetery swept into the sea by Old Vulcan Daan's eruption in 1871. From here it is a perfect place to watch the glorious sunset over the ocean. It is also an ideal place for snorkeling and diving. An annual fluvial procession is held by townsfolk in honor of the sunken graves of their forefathers and as a thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest.

16 kilometers from Catarman proper.A fluvial procession, usually organized by the townsfolk of Barangay Bonbon, is held to honor the sunken graves of their forefathers, usually done on the month of November.
Available Transport: Jeepneys and rented vans/multicabs.

3. Old Sto. Rosario Church of 1882 now restored to its former glory in Sagay, Camiguin

Old Sto. Rosario Church

4. Via Cruzes - Old Volcano Slope

Via Cruzes - Old Volcano SlopeIt is where life-size statues depicting the passion, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ - the 14 Stations of the Cross that dot a trail to Old Volcano's peak are found. At the last station is a sepulcher carefully carved and chiseled out of volcanic rocks. The pilgrims congregate here to pray during Lenten Season.


5. Ancestral House in Los Libertadores St., Mambajao now dwelled by the Francisco Family and built in 1800's

6. Centennial House in Lakas, Mambajao owned by Corrales Family and built in 1800's

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