Camiguin attractions

Waterfall in Camiguin

Binangawan Falls

At 15m or so this is the shortest of the falls on Camiguin and one of the most difficult to reach. You can go on your own or with a guide arranged through your accommodation. Do not try this hike during or soon afte…
Beach in Camiguin

White Island

Uninhabited White Island (Medano Island), a pure white-sand bar a few hundred metres offshore, is accessible by boats (P500, up to six people) that leave from a spot next to Paras Beach Resort in Yumbing. At any tim…
Waterfall in Camiguin

Katibawasan Falls

A beautiful clear stream of water dropping more than 70m to a plunge pool where you can swim and picnic. The few souvenir kiosks and concrete walkway mean it doesn’t feel like a natural refuge. A special trip by jee…
Landmark in Camiguin

Sunken Cemetery

Between the hillside and Bonbon you’ll see an enormous white cross floating on a pontoon in the bay, marking the spot of the Sunken Cemetery, which slipped into the sea following the earthquake of 1871; it’s a popul…
Waterfall in Camiguin

Tuwasan Falls

This previously unspoiled and beautiful spot has been disfigured by the construction of a large parking lot and paved road (part of the all-asphalt cross-island road) up and over the falls, which once thundered belo…
Viewpoint in Camiguin

Stations of the Cross

Heading west from Mambajao, just before Bonbon, you’ll pass the Old Camiguin Volcano, whose slopes have been turned into a steep and beautiful Stations of the Cross. There are great views from the top and a few souv…
Historic Site in Camiguin

Spanish Watchtower

In Guinsiliban, behind the elementary school by the pier, are the remains of this centuries-old sight, which used to guard against possible Moro attacks from the mainland. A pretty shrine is maintained here.
Volcano in Camiguin

Philippine Institute of Volcanology & Seismology (Philvolcs) Station

Monitors activity of the Hibok-Hibok Volcano. A hired motorcycle or multicab will take you there to see the lacklustre equipment and memorabilia of past eruptions.