Sunken Cemetery

Sunken Cemetery used to be a graveyard above the sea but because of the eruption of Mt. Vulcan in 1980, it was destroyed and its remnants are found underwater. A place of reverence and reflection, the site is accessible by boat and visitors can stand on its small base while it remains above water. Many take the small boat ride in order to take photos and soak in the view of Mt. Vulcan, the volcano that sacrificed the people of Camiguin to the sea when it came into being. At present, the site is promoted through the Coastal Resource Management Project (CRMP) making it into an enterprise providing fees for tourists who wants to enjoy wet activities. The enterprise is a collaboration of the Fisherfolks Association, LGU and the Barangay.

Entrance Fee: None.

Other Activities: Snorkeling, Diving, Picture-taking. Fees are subject to Municipal Ordinance No. 01, series of 2014

Managed by the LGU-Catarman


Old Church Ruins

16th century church destroyed in 1871 when Vulcan Daan in Camiguin erupted. These ruins survived the eruption and one can see corals interspersed on its walls as one of its foundations.

Entrance Fee: None

Activities: Picnic, Picture-taking, Sunset watching. Special activities such as wedding ceremonies may be allowed.

Managed by the Provincial Government of Camiguin


Tuasan Falls

Tuasan Falls is a pristine waterfalls situated located in a forest. This spot is purely formed by nature, the pool where the water cascades consists of natural rock formation. Tuasan waterfalls is an ideal destination for adventurists and Mountaineers who would like the unique untouch beauty of this falls. The route and settings going to this falls is very fascinating and greatly suitable for those who are searching for adventures.

Entrance Fee: P50.00

Activities: Swimming, Picnic, Picture-taking

Managed by the Provincial Government of Camiguin


Walkway to the Old Volcano

The slope of Mount Vulcan gets filled with prayers especially during Holy Week when the Panaad Festival happens. Devotees and tourists alike climb a series of steps which eventually becomes a mildly difficult hike. Along the way are statues depicting the 14 Stations of the Cross. These figures are about life-size and painted white, very easy to spot. 

Entrance Fee:

Activities: Hiking, Picture-taking

Managed by the Provincial Government of Camiguin


Sto. Niño Cold Spring Resort

Sto. Niño Cold Spring is a cool getaway to escape the summer’s heat. It’s an oasis to Camiguin‘s visitors who have endured a long and hot day-tour. It’s definitely not being subtle about how cool it is based on the resort’s name itself. Abundant in constantly flowing water that’s clean and fresh—this all-natural resort provides a swimming pleasure on a different level. Free from chlorine and its constant changing of its pool water clearly makes it ahead of your typical resort.

Entrance Fee:

Activities: Swimming, Picture-taking

Managed by the Provincial Government of Camiguin


Bura Soda Water Park

Entrance Fee:

Activities: Swimming, Picture-taking

Managed by the Provincial Government of Camiguin