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White Island, Camiguin

White Island is a sandbar in Camiguin Island.  It really is just a sandbar with nothing but sand (no trees, boulders, etc.).  It is quite near the shore but you still need to ride a P450 boat o shuttle you back and forth from the main island to the sandbar.  41 more words


Katibawasan Falls

Katibawasan Falls is another falls we saw on our last trip. It is located on the island province of Camiguin and I believe is the most easily accessible falls on the island.  50 more words


Enigmata Treehouse Ecolodge, Camiguin

When we went to Camiguin last August 24-25, my friend and I steered away from the beachfront and decided to find an accommodation somewhere near the forest and found the Enigmata Treehouse Ecolodge. 53 more words


Water District Workers Association turns over P2.1M to Mambajao associations

MAMBAJAO, Camiguin, November 13 – The Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Camiguin witnessed the formal turnover ceremony of the seven livelihood projects for seven associations from the Accredited-co-Partner (ACP) Mambajao Water District Workers Association (MWDWA) at the Sangguniang Bayan Session Hall on October 22, 2014. 283 more words


I have been to Camiguin! (Day 2)

You might wanna read my first day in the majestic island of Camiguin: http://wp.me/p3S9Ez-8p 

According to the blogs I’ve read and Kuya Ron’s tip, Camiguin’s White Island is best visited during sunrise or sunset.  628 more words


I have been to Camiguin! (Day 1)

It’s been a while since I have last written here. I feel a bit selfish for not sharing my adventures to you. But now I am feeling the need to write about my last trip because I am sure all of you will love this B-E-A-U-TIFUL place. 808 more words



The best of everything in one island – waterfall, hot and cold springs, islet-hopping, volcano, sunken cemeteries, exotic seafood, and the famous “vanishing islands”. I don’t mind the 10 hours road trip from where I live if this is where I’m headed.

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