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    Beach Resorts Camiguin Hotels Inn

    Where to Stay in Camiguin:

    List of Camiguin Beach resorts, hotels, inns and pension houses for your reference:

    Abu Nature Camp

    Ardent Springs
    Telephone No: +63.88.387.0948

    Bahay Bakasyunan sa Camiguin
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.1057
    Fax: +63.88.387.0278

    Cabua-an Beach Resort
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.2103

    Camiguin Beach Club
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.9028

    Camiguin Highlands Resort

    Camiguin Seaside Lodge
    Telephone Number: +63.88.3879031

    Casa Grande
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.0077

    Caves Dive Resort
    Telephone Number: +63.88.3871044,
    Fax: +63.88.387.0077

    Dayon Cabu-an Beach Resort

    Eagle’s Nest Guest House
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.4020

    Enigmata Treehouse (Tarzan’s Nest Resort),
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.0273

    GV Pensione House
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.1041

    Islet Beach Resort
    Telephone Number: +63.88.3874005

    J & A Fishpen and Resort
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.4008

    Jasmin by the Sea Beach Resort
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.9015

    Mambajao Beach Resort,
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.1059

    Paras Beach Resort
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.9008

    R.J. Pension House
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.0089

    Secret Cove Beach Resort
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.9084

    Shoreline Cottages

    SRJ - Balhon Beach Resort
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.7026

    Tia’s Beach Cottages
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.1045

    Tia’s Pension House
    Telephone Number: +63.88.387.1045

    Turtle’s Nest Beach Cottages
    Telephone Number: +63.88.3879056,
    Fax: +63.88.387.1009

    Pictures/photos to follow once available. Reviews and recommended resorts hotels, inns, pension house, homestay, and other lodging and accommodations on the island to follow. Please leave comments about the places mentioned also as well as official websites if any.

    UPDATED: May 13, 2008

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    posted by GingGoy @ 8:08 PM,


    At Oct 9, 2008, 1:42:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Abu nature camp is non functional camp...SRJ beach resort is now the CORAL dive beach resort.(refer to

    At Sep 12, 2009, 3:32:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi im looking for the cheapest room accommodation in camiguin island.. my bf and i are planning to go there for a 2nights/3days vacation and we are working on our budget,,, so anyone who can help me please email me @ thaks so much.... please include also the best spots in camiguin...

    At Sep 16, 2010, 6:01:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    It's no longer Camiguin Seaside Lodge. The new name is Agohay Villa Forte Beach Resort and Restaurant. It was opened to business last July 15, 2010. It's your home away from home, vibrant and cozy, native but modern, elegant and spacious. It's like dwelling in a 5star hotel along the sea, facing the famous white Island. The restaurant is offering Japanese, American, Europian and of course the native Filipino dishes. The foods are the best in town!

    At Jul 8, 2011, 8:21:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Anyone can help me finding a cheap but good accommodation for 3days nd 2nghts in camiguin. please email me at thanks! :)

    At Sep 28, 2011, 7:36:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi, i'm planning a solo backpacking to camiguin... can you please email me good cheap stays and must see places.. thanks..

    At Nov 4, 2011, 1:53:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    i am going to camigiun this week end , i need cheap accomodations for 3 days and 2 nights. please email me

    At Nov 6, 2011, 12:49:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    hi we want 2 spend our xmas break at camiguin island jas 4 2 days nd 1 nyt can you pls email us the cheap stays and the nice places to be visited der. tnx

    At Jan 29, 2012, 12:09:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

    There are 14 of us. Anyone can give me an idea where to spend a night for a very reasonable price? considering the safety of the place and the availability of food.
    how much a van for hire per day in Camiguin? any available? please call text/ call at 09103402136. Thanks....Marlyn


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