Camiguin Island, located in Mindanao, is what many people regard as the Philippine’s equivalent of the Garden of Eden. It is a volcanic island that is splendidly beautiful and it has a virgin jungle where exotic orchids and other flora can be found. It also boasts of hot and cold springs, majestic waterfalls and black, as well as white sandy beaches.
Bonbon, the site fo the massive eruption of Mt. Vulcan Daan in 1871 is the center of historical tourist attractions in Camiguin. The ruins of the old Catholic Church and the sunken cemetery, just off shore, are results of the fury of the volcanic explosion. A walkway leads to the peak of the old volcano.
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Natural Attractions in Camiguin
One of the natural attractions in Camiguin Island is Mt. Hibok-Hibok, the only remaining active volcano. The other natural tourist attractions are the Katibawasan and Tuasan falls, the Tangub and Ardent Hot Springs and the Sto. Niño and Macao Cold Springs.
Beaches in Camiguin
A white sand beach that offers a superb view of Mt. Hibok-Hibok is White Island. This is a popular tourist destination and it is an island that is small and has sugar-fine, white sand. The other attractions with white sand beaches are Mantigue Island and Guinsiliban Cove. The best dive site in Camiguin is Jidcup. The man-made Benoni Lagoon also attracts visitors in Camiguin, Mindanao.