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Getting to Camiguin Island
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Camiguin Island Resorts

1. Patsada Cottages
2. The Treehouse Camiguin
3. Caves Dive Resort
4. Catarman Coral Resort
5. Secret Cove Beach Resort
6. Villa Paraiso Resort
7. Camiguin Roof Top Hotel
8. Camiguin Highland Resort

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Camiguin Islands Philippines
Camiguin Island Hotels & Resorts Accommodation

Bahay-Bakasyunan sa Camiguin, a 1.2-hectare resort right along the northern shores of the Mindanao Sea.
Cabua-an Beach Resort, all cottages are airconditioned with cable TV and individual toilet and bath.
Camiguin Action Geckos Dive and Beach Resort, sits on 3000 square meters of sandy beach and is integrating flawlessly in the surrounding nature.
Camiguin Highland Resort, aesthetically carves out an 8 hectare parcel out of Camiguin Island and develops it into a facility that can cater to the vacation needs and requirements of its valued guest and clients.
Camiguin Island Golden Sunset Beach Club, offer reasonably priced accommodations and good fresh wholesome food selections with one of the best views you could find anywhere.
Camiguin Roof Top Hotel & Bar, centrally located in the heart of greater downtown Mambajao. We offer the finest in hotel and restaurant accommodation, one of the greatest in the Philippine Islands.
Catarman Coral Dive Resort, located just twenty (20) meters away from its beach front, has greatly influenced the christening of the project.
Caves Dive Resort, a beachfront property located in Agoho Beach across the famous White Island in Camiguin and Bohol sea. The resort's unique location and beautiful surroundings offer guests a chance to enjoy the sea, sand, and sun in a natural, relaxing and serene environment.
Enigmata Treehouse Ecolodge, originally known as Tarzan's Nest Resort, is nestled among the greens and hills of the enchanting Camiguin Island in Mindanao, Philippines, home to a hundred waterfalls.
Ferrabrel Beach Resort, rooms are air-conditioned, special discounted rates are available for those who prefer fresh sea breeze.
Jasmin By the Sea,
situated directly on the beach in Bug-ong. It is composed of bungalows, rooms and a restaurant. All rooms and bungalows have their private bathroom with shower. The rooms can accomodate 2 persons, the bungalows are good for 3. They have comfortable beds and fans.
Paras Beach Resort, originally built as a private beach house of the Paras family, it has become a landmark of comfort and convenience in the island paradise of Camiguin.
Patsada Cottages, a real tropical hillside paradise, more than 8.000sqm of lush flower, fruit & palm gardens, the luxury of selected privacy, proudly overlooking the unique gem of White Island, with a 180° Visayan Sea view until the island of Bohol on the horizon.
The Treehouse Camiguin, conveniently situated just over the runway of Mambajao airport.
Secret Cove Beach Resort, is Filipino & Canadian owned and managed. Opened the 2nd Week of November, 1998 and are very pleased to offer you.
Villa Paraiso Resort, offers 21 western type accommodations or rooms and suites.


Main Dishes Philippine Cuisine

Adobo is one of the most popular Filipino dishes and is considered unofficially by many as the national dish. It usually consists of pork or chicken, sometimes both, stewed or braised in a sauce usually made from vinegar, cooking oil, garlic, bay leaf, peppercorns, and soy sauce. It can also be prepared "dry" by cooking out the liquid and concentrating the flavor. Bistek, also known as "Filipino beef steak," consists of thinly sliced beef marinated in soy sauce and calamansi and then fried in a skillet that is typically served with onions.

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