Camiguin Island in the Philippines
The Camiguin Island of the Philippines
Where does all lanzones come in the Philippines? Yup, major lanzones productions or lanzones farms come from Camiguin Island Philippines. For Camiguin Island Philippines is the lanzones capital of the Philippines. Every October, this island held a Lanzones Festival at the town of Mambajao where there are street dancing and parade and beauty contests.
Although there are lanzones fruit throughout the Philippine archipelago, Camiguin Island Philippines is the major producers of it. Its lanzones proves to be more tasty and sweet than other lanzones in other regions of the Philippines. That is why more tourists flock at Mambajao Camiguin during October or during the Lanzones festival.
However, lanzones is not entirely the main tourist destination at Camiguin Island. There are also places that really stunning, like the sunken cemetery and the cross marker erected there. This place is like a sea having a cross above it. This Sunken cemetery is located at Bonbon Catarman. This cemetery was sunken by a great volcanic holocaust at 1871. Speaking of Volcano, Camiguin Island has an active volcano – the Mt. Hibok-Hibok. Thus, there is a PHILVOCS Observatory Station there to monitor the Mt. Hibok-Hibok’s seismic movement. Furthermore, from a volcanic devastation, aside from the sunken cemetery you can see at Catarman, there is also this Gui-Ob church ruins that has not been sunken but rather have been volcanically devastated and its remains become a tourist spot at Catarman. This church ruins is a Spanish-old church during 1871.
Camiguin Island Philippines has also a lot of water treasuries a tourist could admire, namely, the Katibawasan Falls, Tuasan Falls, The Taguines Lagoon, The Tangub Hot Spring, the Macao Cold Spring, the Ardent Hot Spring, the Jicduf Shoal, the Burias Shoal, the Sto.Nino Cold Spring, and the White Island. These water treasures of Camiguin Island can be enjoy while feasting on their sweet lanzones fruit. For example, after bathing of Camiguin Island Springs, you take a pick of lanzones, while relaxing. What a relaxing mood is not it?
The Two Falls of Camiguin Island Philippines, namely, the Katibawasan and Tuasan, have majestic beauty wherein beside these falls you could make picnics while swimming in their ice-cold water which is perfect for summer, for there are rock picnic tables and seats at these falls.
The Taguines Lagoon is a man-made lagoon where visitors could relax with its serene ambience and nature picturesque.
The two hot springs of Camiguin Island, namely the Tangub Hot Spring and the Ardent Hot Spring are volcanic springs by the sea. However, the Ardent Hot Spring is the hotter for it is 40 degrees centigrade hot. This is so because this spring springs out from the depths of Mount Hibok-Hibok.
The two cold springs of Camiguin Island, namely the Macao Cold Spring and the Sto.Nino Cold Spring. However, the Macao Cold Spring is the one more refreshing and has cold feeling for it has cool crystal clear blue-colored water with school of fish swimming together with you under huge century-old trees. Wow a cold and refreshing swimming experienced.
The two shoal of Camiguin Island, namely the Jicduf and Burias Shoal are best diving spots in Camiguin.
Anyway, Camiguin Island Philippines is small province in Northern Mindanao. It is 90 kilometers away from Cagayan De Oro City Philippines.!>!>![endif]-->![endif]-->