Sensory overload! And I mean the positive kind.

This is what tourists of all stripes  — nature lovers, sunseekers, holidaymakers, excursionists and backpackers — will experience in the island of Camiguin, the second smallest province in the Philippines after Batanes (read one of my stories about this one-of-a-kind travel destination here) both in population and land area.

It’s like SM — they’ve got it all for you! Whether you fancy snowy white sands, a refreshing trek to the summit of Mount Hibok-Hibok, a dip in a therapeutic hot or cold spring, or a relaxing swim under the falls, you will be spoiled for choice.  And it’s a Christian pilgrimage destination too!

White Island

Mount Hibok-Hibok

Boat to Salvation

Katibawasan Falls

If you wish to pamper and spoil yourself a bit more after a fun-filled day of activities, then Bahay Bakasyunan sa Camiguin is the right place for you.

And I will not belabor the point.

I will let the pictures do the talking 🙂

Welcome Drinks & a Fruit Platter

Comfy Bed


Are you game?

Table Tennis and Billiards

How many balls do we have here?

Coco Shop

Take your pick!

Need a soothing, relaxing massage?

The BBC Pool

A quiet nook to read a book or to just simply snooze.

Sunset in Camiguin

Want to explore the island of Camiguin, DIY-style?


Bahay Bakasyunan sa Camiguin

Camiguin Island, Balbagon, Mambajao, Philippines



Related story: Triple S


5 thoughts on “Vacacion Grande

  1. I agree in your “we’ve got it all for you” label for Camiguin. I fell in love with this island so much that I went twice in the same year – on my own account! By the way, have you gone to Enigmata Ecolodge? That’s also one other reason I fell in love with the island.

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