Island Born of Fire
Camiguin is an island off the coast of Southern Philippines formed through centuries of volcanic activity. Today, fourteen volcanoes define its heights as well as an abundance of natural sites from hot, cold, and soda springs to white-sand islets, waterfalls, coral reefs, forests, and fertile soil attributed to sweetest lanzones in the Philippines.
Heritage and Culture
Ancestral homes, age-old landmarks, traditions and rituals celebrate time and life
Farm and Nature
“Pristine”, “robust” and “green” define the Camiguin experience of sustainable harvests and quiet adventure
Panaad Sa Camiguin
April 5, 2020
Thousands of devotees partake in the annual “Panaad”, a journey of faith and discovery. The pilgrim...
Holy Week Heritage
April 6, 2020
During the Lenten Season, visitors can expect a profound experience visiting the 19th century Guiob Church Rui...find out more
Oct. 20, 2020
Happening Oct. 20 - 27, this a four-day celebration which includes cultural shows, street dancing, and a beauty...find out more