Yup, my camiguin trip deserves two articles because even if it’s a relatively small island there’s a lot to see and experience. If you want to read about my Scuba-diving adventure in Camiguin, just click here.
Where to stay?
If you are looking for a homey place with super cool hosts do book in Secret Cove powered by Kurma. Rooms are clean and the food is great especially if you are looking for a healthy one. This place is getting a make-over so expect more hip updates coming up. Oh yeah, you get to see awesome sunset as well! Perfect for solo or family travelers.
Valerie and Diggi are freedivers and also owns Kurma they are currently managing Secret Cove. I’ll definitely be back to experience this one. They also offer eco-tours, yoga sessions, and even your own retreat. Go visit their website and Facebook to know more.
Mode of Transportation
The usual mode of transportation is Habal-Habal or Tricycle. Don’t worry fresh air is abundant in this island!
What are the other things you can do in Camiguin?
There’s a lot to do here, so next time my agenda will be:
- White Island
- Hot spring
- And dive to see turtles, seahorses, sharks, and manta rays!
Till the next adventure!