Secret Cove & Spots in Camiguin

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.

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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?

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Mantigue Island
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Usual view from Habal Habal
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Katibawasan Falls
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Sunken Cemetery (A dive site too!)
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Old Church Ruins
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Locals still do mass inside
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The view outside the old church
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Soda Swimming Pool
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You can actually drink the soda water!
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Tuasan Falls
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Cold Spring

There’s a lot to do here, so next time my agenda will be:

  1. White Island
  2. Hot spring
  3. And dive to see turtles, seahorses, sharks, and manta rays!

Till the next adventure!

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