Tropical Island Paradise in Asia
... a unique combination of unspoiled beauty and old charm. Often described as the most beautiful island in the Philippines, Camiguin is a place of contrast.
Rugged majestic Volcano Mountains rise sharply to the clouds, while gentle turquoise seas lap soft white sands. Waterfall thunder down into natural pools surrounded by wild ferns and orchids.
The islands has a pristine lagoon, refreshing cod springs, invigorating hot springs and soothing, sparkling soda springs.
Camiguin is the second-smallet region in the nation in both population and land territory after Batanes. The common capital is Mambajao, which is additionally the territory's biggest district in both zone and population. The region is well known for its sweet lanzones, to which its yearly Lanzones Festival is committed, the beautiful Sunken Cemetery of Camiguin, and its inside backwoods holds, by and large known as the Mount Hibok-Hibok Protected Landscape, which has been pronounced by all Southeast Asian nations as an ASEAN Heritage Park. There have been moves to build up a dossier designation for the area to be incorporated into the UNESCO World Heritage List.