White Sand Bar (Camiguin)

Since Camiguin has four stratovolcanos, you would expect the beaches to be ultra dark. Yes, my expectation was met. However, around 500 meters away was a small white sand bar. It was like a random landform lifted amidst the dark beach. It was also surprising that the water around it was really clear that you…

Mambajao at Night — Capital (Camiguin)

  Mambajao is a small town, and the capital of Camiguin. It is located at the North part of Camiguin. There was no big supermarket, and there were a few fully lit streets as well. We of course did not miss the chance to visit the original store of the infamous Vjandep Pastel which is…

Sto Nino Cold Spring (Camiguin)

Sto Nino Cold Spring is probably the least place I want to be in. It is known for its freezing cold water, and I can really attest that it was cold. After dipping for 5mins, I dried myself up immediately. It was really cold, and I could not imagine how the others managed to stay…

Sunken Cemetery (Camiguin)

The sunken cemetery is just a few meters away from the shore. Well, actually, it is part of the shore. According to the guide, when Mt Hibok-hibok errupted, Camiguin’s sea level lowered so the waters took over the cemetery and drowned it. We did not see the actual sunken cemetery, since it was a high…

Katibawasan Fall (Camiguin)

The Katibawasan Falls is more than 70m high that drops clear cold water. It is a relatively thin, but still an amazing scenery. It drops in a small “pond” that everyone can dip. The catch is its low temperature. We dipped for 10-20 mins, since it was really cold.   Outside the area, we saw…