Retire on $985 Month in Camiguin Island Philippines
Camiguin Island Philippines Cost of Living
Best Cheap Food, Accommodations, Flights
Best White Sand Beaches on Camiguin Island Philippines
Best Things to Do Camiguin Island Philippines
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Here are the best things to do Camiguin Island Philippines. Watch the above video of the best things to do in Camiguin Island. If the above video looks fun, click ==>this link<== or the below map to take this scooter tour. We rented a scooter at our accommodations (See links above) for $7 USD per day. The police waved us over and accepted my US driver’s license.
Best White Sand Beaches in Camiguin Island Philippines: Since we cover so much detail on white-sand beaches, it has its own video and interactive Google Map.
Mambajao City Main Market: You can visit a traditional Filipino market where locals go to save money on fruits, vegetables, and meats. There is also a modern mall across the street from the main market if you are curious.
Katibawasan Falls: This is a beautiful waterfall that lands in a pond surrounded by lush greenery. We recommend visiting early in the morning if you want to have the falls all to yourself. 50 Pesos per person.
Ardent Hot Springs: I would call this room temperature springs. But it is a beautiful setting and definitely worth a visit and swim. Make sure to walk around the grounds and see all the beautiful flowers. 50 Pesos per person.
Sunken Cemetery: The same volcanic activity that destroyed this side of the island submerged the former graveyard about 1 meter below the surface of the water. The environmental fee, guide fee, and snorkel equipment fee is about $6 USD per person.
Old Spanish Church Ruins: A volcano that erupted in 1871 destroyed the former town on this side of the island, the Church, and hundreds of people. 20 Pesos per person.
The BeeHive Driftwood Cafe: This is not officially on the tour, but stop here and have a nice lunch and view on the ocean side between the church ruins and the
50 Pesos person.
Tuasan Falls: This is a beautiful drive up the mountain to another gorgeous waterfall.
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