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Things to do in Camiguin

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From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Natural Feature
“Off the coast of Camiguin, you can spot White Island. This small white sandbar sits 1.4 kilometers from the shore surrounded by reef. As the tides shift, the sandbar takes different shapes but always leave a nice runway of sand where you can play. You can hire a boat to take you out there. Spend a couple hours swimming in the warm shallow water, lying on the soft sand, or bring a volley ball to play some games. There is no area for shade or buying drinks, so make sure to bring whatever you need with you. HOW TO GET TO CAMIGUIN FROM CDO. Via Balingoan Cheapest option but longer way. From CDO Airport, take a taxi or van to Agora Bus Terminal. Fare should be around P200 per person. From your hotel within the city center, you can take a taxi or motorela to Agora Bus Terminal. Take a Butuan-bound bus (P143) or van from Agora Bus Terminal to Balingoan Port. Travel time is about 2-3 hours. If you're taking the bus, get off at Balingoan Bus Terminal and rent a tricycle or motorela (P8) to the Balingoan Ferry Port. Alternatively, you can just walk towards the port. For vans, you can ask to be dropped off at Balingoan Port. RORO and ferry boats (P170) leave hourly from Balingoan Port to Benoni Port (Camiguin). Early trip is 5:00 AM (but ours was 5:20 AM). Travel time takes about 1 hour. Via Fastcraft in Macabalan Port This is the expensive option but fastest way. From CDO Airport, take a taxi or van to Macabalan Port in Cagayan de Oro City. From your hotel within the city center, you can rent a motorela or take a jeepney (with "Pier" sign) to Macabalan Port. Take the Ocean Jet ferry from Macabalan Port to Benoni Port (Camiguin). Fare is P550 per person and travel time is about 2 hours. Take note that Ocean Jet has only one trip per day (8:30 AM). ”
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Point of Interest
“If you are into snorkeling, the Giant Clams Sanctuary may be just right for you.”
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Natural Feature
“Mantigue offers corrals, fresh fish and great views of Camiguin Island. Aboard the ferry, this is the Island that you will see from a distance surrounded by white sand and lush greeneries. Highly recommended!”
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Point of Interest
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Establishment
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Natural Feature
“Beautiful white sandbar. Clear water, beautiful backdrop of Camiguin island”
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Bar
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“chill. We run this bar so if you book through us you can have a welcome drink for free :)”
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Bakery
“Maker of the famous Pastel - a Camiguin especialty made of soft dough coffee bun with yema inside. ”
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Filipino Restaurant
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Route
“Tuasan Falls is one natural wonder which Camiguin can offer its many visitors. ”
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Natural Feature
“Soothe the aching muscles and what nots at Ardent hot spring. It is best to go during the evening and enjoy the warm water to best profit from a good nights sleep afterwards.”
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Premise
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