A family whose ancestor is entombed there visit the sunken cemetery in Camiguin, engulfed following a volcanic eruption in 1871. Photo: James Wendlinger

48 hours on Camiguin, Philippine ‘island born of fire’: beaches, ruins, lush forest, waterfalls, natural springs

  • Seven volcanoes dominate island off northern Mindanao and have shaped its form and history; their lush slopes hide waterfalls and hot and cold natural springs
  • A paradise for hikers, divers, history buffs and nature lovers, the island is an 80-minute flight from Manila and compact enough to see in two days
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A family whose ancestor is entombed there visit the sunken cemetery in Camiguin, engulfed following a volcanic eruption in 1871. Photo: James Wendlinger
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