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Top Choice Southeast Asian in Camiguin

Guerrera

Camiguin's culinary profile is given a big boost by this restaurant housed in a large yellow villa on an isolated bit of waterfront. The culinary-school-trained Filipino owner-chef focuses mostly on versions of Thai…
Top Choice Cafe in Camiguin

Beehive

Made from recycled wood, shells, rocks and a hotchpotch of other materials a la Robinson Crusoe, this eccentrically designed oceanfront cafe is a good place for a pit stop on a round-the-island motorbike tour. Healt…
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…
Seafood in Camiguin

J&A Fishpen

Seafood (such as bangus P60 per 100g) comes straight from the pens on the Benoni lagoon, which this restaurant overlooks; popular with large groups on weekends. You can pay an additional P150 for the little shelters…
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…
Italian in Camiguin

La Dolce Vita

Allesandro, the Italian owner-chef at this open-air place across from the airport, fires up delicious thin-crust brick-oven pies using only high-quality imported ingredients. Locals say the quality isn't up to snuff…
Italian in Camiguin

Luna Ristorante

Luna does excellent thin-crust brick-oven pizza, a mean mixed-seafood grill and good-value breakfasts. Pasta dishes are of uneven quality. Tables are spread out on a lawn, some with shade from the elements, on the m…
Cultural in Camiguin

Lanzones Festival

The annual paean to this delicacy, a small yellow fruit that tastes like a mix of lemons and lychees, takes place around the third week of October. Gluttony is encouraged during a week of parades, pageants and danci…
Religious in Camiguin

Panaad

During Holy Week, the Panaad involves a 64km walk around the island, an expression of devotees’ penitence and commitment. Stations of the Cross are placed on the route, ending with ‘Tabo’ on Easter Sunday in Mambaja…