Province of Camiguin Transportation

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  • Transportation
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  • Transportation
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Province of Camiguin Transportation

  • RORO to Camiguin (Ship)

    -The Ferry leaves Balingoan Port to Benoni Port, Camiguin every morning -Super Shuttle Ferry mobile contact number: +63922-880-2513

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  • Van Airport Transfers

    You need a van to transfer you from the CDO airport to the Balingoan port to take a ferry.I have a friend that have a van that can transport you from airport to balingoan port. This is his facebook account - Managers TravelTours

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  • Multicab

    It is best to hire a multicab for going around camiguin. they have a tarrif at the port that they follow. it costs 1500pesos to tour the recommended tourist spots. Depending on the multicab, about 8-10 people can fit one.

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  • Hassle-Free Ride to Camiguin

    Riding Paras Seacat from Cagayan de Oro to Camiguin took only 2 hours and 30 minutes when we tried it. it leaves CDO at 8.30am and Camiguin at 4pm daily. Now, it's just one ride from CDO to Camiguin. View deck and Main deck have the same price. View deck is open air and Main deck is airconditioned. Students and Senior Citizens get discounts but...

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  • Bus Balingoan to CDO

    You can also take a bus from Balingoan Port to Cagayan de Oro City. This is safer than taking a van. The trip takes more than 2 hours. Costs P110 for aircon buses & cheaper at P65 for non-aircon. The bus can make frequent stops along the way for passenger pick-up & drop-off. From Balingoan Port, you have to head out and walk towards the highway...

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  • Van in Balingoan to CDO

    In Balingoan Port, you can take a van to Cagayan de Oro City that will take 2 hrs. This is said to be quicker than the bus which stops frequently along the way. The van will take you direct to your destination if it is full already upon taking off. You may tell the driver in advance if you wish to alight before the final stop. The driver will pick...

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  • Pumpboat to Mantigue Island

    You will have to take a pumpboat ride to Mantigue Island for a price of P550 roundtrip. The ride takes 20 minutes from the main island. It was a very enjoyable ride with the cool sea breeze. The banca we took was way better than the one going to White Island coz it has a shade to protect us against the heat of the sun & is also bigger & cleaner....

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  • Benoni Pier

    I took shots of Benoni Pier in Camiguin Island. This is where you will take a ferry going to Balingoan Port in Misamis Oriental for your trip back to Cagayan de Oro City. Benoni is about 45 minutes ride from Yumbing, Mambajao where the famous Paras Resort is located. Ferry ride costs P135.

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  • Benoni Ferry to CDO

    Benoni Port in Camiguin Island is where you will take a ferry going to Balingoan Port in Misamis Oriental for your trip back to Cagayan de Oro City. The ferry ride takes over an hour & costs P135. Just ask beforehand for the the schedules of the ferry trips. Balingoan Port to CDO takes about 2 hours by bus or van.

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  • Multicab with Mr. Frank Pojas

    I highly recommend Mr. Frank Pojas as your guide/driver in Camiguin Island. He drives around a multicab & also knows how to fix car troubles in case the need arise. What I like most about him is he doesn't mind if you exceed the 8 hours limit. He's also very knowledgeable about the island & knows what he is doing. A nice guy, he doesn't take...

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  • Pumpboat to White Island

    You will take a pumpboat ride to White Island from Paras Resort. Cost P400 roundtrip. This is only a 5-minute ride to the island. You can inquire at Paras Resort. The pumpboat can accommodate 8 pax.

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  • Balingoan Pier

    I took shots of Balingoan Pier located in Misamis Oriental. This is where you will take a ferry to Benoni Port in Camiguin Island. Balingoan Port is about 2 hrs from Cagayan de Oro City by land. Ferry ride takes more than an hour. Costs P135.

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  • Ferry to Camiguin Island

    Take a ferry to Camiguin Island from Balingoan Port in Misamis Oriental. You can reach this port by land trip of about 2 hours from Cagayan de Oro City. Ferry ride takes over an hour. This will take you to Benoni Port in Camiguin Island. Ferry ride costs P135.

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  • BEST IS TO TAKE A MOTORCYCLE...ANDREW...

    Motorelas and Multicabs are fine although expensive. If you are traveling in pairs of 2. I suggest you take the Habal Habal(Motorcycle). It is only P600 for 2 people for the whole day. Plus the fact that it can go anywhere you want. But you can bring the price down to P500 if it is not during the summer peak. Multicabs charge a lot but only go to...

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  • How to Get to Camiguin Island?

    How to get to Camiguin IslandFrom Lumbia Airport Cagayan de Oro City to Balingoan Port: 1.Ride a taxi (best and fastest way) to Agora terminal at Lapasan Cagayan de Oro city.2.At agora, ride a bus bound to Butuan City. (Rural Transit-Yellow buses).3.Stop at Balingoan Terminal. (Fare = P110.00)4.The Balingoan Port is about 300 meters from the...

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  • Tatay Junior's Green Multicab

    The best way to tour around Camiguin is by utilizing a Multicab, this is a great choice for families, students, or a group of friends with a maximum of a dozen members. It costs P1500 (subject to change), for a whole day.Aside from a convenient ride, it's great to have a patient and cool driver who knows where the hot spots are and whose time frame...

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  • I recommend driver DINDO BOLO

    Call DINDO BOLO: 09197447938$1500/day on multi-cab to tour around the island.I revisited Camiguin this month and I'm glad to have found Dindo thru Rosalie of Enigmata. Very very happy with Dindo's service. Professional, informative and courteous...and helpful too. At one stop, I realized I dropped something at the beach just as we're pulling off...

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  • motorbikes riding

    honda xrm, automatic clutch,........php500/days,honda xr200 .........800/day,island tour through all spots....php 800.( serving to someone in the best way is our primary concern to make your vacation happier and unforgetable.

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  • Boat to White Island & Mantigue

    Boat hire to White Island is P400, return. Too expensive if you're alone in a boat so it pays to do networking. Boats can be found at the jetty next to Paras Resort.Boat hire to Mantigue Island is P500, return. Our driver arranged it for us.

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  • Manila to Camiguin

    To get to Camiguin from Manila, you will basically spend the whole day travelling. Try to be in Balingoan Port by 2pm. Here's the ABCs of getting to Camiguin: 1. Fly in to Cagayan De Oro (1.5 hr, by Cebu Pacific, Air Philippines or PAL)2. Cab from airport to Agora Bus Station. About 30min. Sorry, I dont have the rate.3. Yellow Bachelor a/c bus from...

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  • multicab for 11

    we contacted mang archie for 3 days tour of camiguin(included is the pick up and to bring us again to the port upon departure).benoni port is far away from mambajao it is located in mahinog.his brother jun2 was the one who guided us around riding in a multicab for 11 persons.we paid 2,500 plus tips for the good services they rendered. they really...

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  • RORO to Camiguin 2

    Part Two of RORO Ship To Camiguin. The earliest ship leaves Balingoan Port at 7:15 am and the last ship sails at 5:00 pm. The price of a RORO ride to Camiguin is 120 pesos for a round trip ride. Travel time is about 1 hour and the waves are not rough. Once in Camiguin, the ferry and RORO seats are limites so there is a first come first served...

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  • Multicab Around Camiguin

    Kuya Archie arranged for our multicab and also served as our tour guide on the side. He only charged us P2500 for our entire stay in Camiguin. For that fee he was able to:1.) pick us up from Benoni Port on the first day and took us to key spots such as Sto. Nino Cold Spring, Soda Water Pool, and Sunken Cemetery. He also waited while we checked in...

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  • RORO to Camiguin

    Going to Camiguin from cagayan de oro city means a 2 hour jeepney or car ride to Balingoan Port in Mahinog town in Misamis oriental (about 84 kilometers from Cagayan De Oro), the pier servicing RORO (roll on roll off) Ships and ordinary small craft that ferry passengers to camiguin in 1 hour intervals to Benoni, Guinsalban and Balbagon ports. the...

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  • Van and Jeepney Rates

    Van RatesAround the Island P 2,500.00Benoni – Mambajao (pakyaw) P 400.00Benoni – Mambajao (vice versa) P 30.00Guinsiliban – Mambajao P 40.00Van Special TripBahay Bakasyonan P 400.00Ferrabrel P 400.00Cabua-an P 450.00Tia Beach Resort P 400.00Camiguin Highland Resort P 600.00Villa Paraiso Apartelle P 450.00Caves Beach Resort P 500.00Paras Beach...

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  • MULTICAB Rates

    At Camiguin:1.Upon arrival at Benoni, you would need a vehicle to bring you to your destination.Multicab Rental Tour around the islandCovering all tourist spots P 1,500.00Mambajao – Katibawasan P 300.00Mambajao – Benoni P 250.00Mambajao – Guinsiliban P 300.00Mambajao – Sto. Niño Cold Spring P 600.00Mambajao – Soda Water Swimming Pool P 500.00

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  • MULTICAB Rates

    At Camiguin:1.Upon arrival at Benoni, you would need a vehicle to bring you to your destination.Multicab Rental Tour around the islandCovering all tourist spots P 1,500.00Mambajao – Katibawasan P 300.00Mambajao – Benoni P 250.00Mambajao – Guinsiliban P 300.00Mambajao – Sto. Niño Cold Spring P 600.00Mambajao – Soda Water Swimming Pool P 500.00

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  • Getting to Camiguin

    Seeing that you'd be quite pressed with time in this visit to Camiguin, you'd be wise to rent a taxi to get to the coastal town of Balingoan quick to catch the ferry to the island. The buses from Cagayan de Oro are readily accessible and frequent but they allow for many local stops along the way. Paras Resort Hotel near Mambajao is a good hotel and...

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  • Frank Pojas' Multi-cab

    We hired Frank Pojas as our driver for Camiguin, and he also doubles as a tour guide. He knows his way around and can help get you great deals. We were staying for 3 days in Camiguin. His initial quotation was P1500 per day, but since I explained that for our first day we'd be arriving in the afternoon, and in our last day we'd be leaving at almost...

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  • Pimp my ride

    To get to Camiguin, we rented a van to take us to Balingoan port thru Kuya Adonis (09053619223) for 2200Php. The road trip from CDO to Balingoan takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes. From Balingoan, we took the 1 hour ferry ride to Camiguin (120Php). Once we arrived at Camiguin, we met up with our rented multicab driver - Kuya Frank (09164592874) -...

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  • Hire a Suzuki Carry

    While in Camiguin, the most convenient and reasonable mode of transportation would be hiring a Suzuki Carry (multi-cab as the locals call it) for the duration of your stay. Many roads are unpaved so expect a bumpy ride. Though it may seem to be difficult to get around, many multi-cab drivers and friendly and they definitely know their way around...

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  • Transpo from Cagayan de Oro to Camiguin

    If you're coming from Cagayan de Oro airport:a. Taxi going to Agora bus terminal - P150 to P200 (metered taxi outside the airport) depending on the traffic situation. P350 minimum (taxis inside the airport) and someone even told me that others charge P150/head. Travel time is 30-45 minsb. Bus going to Balingoan - P110 airconditioned bus. They also...

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  • Promo Fare to Camiguin

    It is always best to book earlier than the planned trip to avail of the promo rates. Cebu pacific, PAL and Air Philippines usually announces promo fares going to Cagayan de Oro. You can also take direct flight from Cebu via Asian Spirit.

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  • Getting to Camiguin

    From Nature's Pensionne in the center of Cagayan De Oro A) hire any of the 2 vehicles(Taxi, Motorela[an expanded tricycle that seats 6]) Taxi is more expensive (Flag down is P30.00 plus the rest of the trip) Motorela(After haggling with the driver I brought it down to P30.00 and I gave P10.00 as tip for being honest)Destination is Agora...

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  • Ferry: Passenger Type

    Better take the Ferry FOR PASSENGERS like MV Yuhum or Hijos coz its waaaay faster than the Roro Type. Everyone could use a little breeze during the trip!

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  • Getting to Camiguin

    There are three ports operating in the province of Camiguin. The main port of entry is in Benoni, with minor ports at Balbagon and Guinsiliban. Balbagon Port links Cagayan de Oro and Cebu, Benoni Port links with Balingoan and Cagayan de Oro, and Guinsiliban Port which also has a roro landing facility links with Balingoan and Cagayan de Oro.Camiguin...

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  • How to explore Camiguin

    Transportation in Camiguin is limited to multi-cabs and tricycles. A tricycle is a motorcycle with an attached passenger cab with roof, while a multi-cab is a small vehicle where back passengers seat across each other. It seats about 7. To maximize your trip, hire a multi-cab for a day or 2 to take you round the sights in Camiguin. We hired a...

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  • jeep n motorela

    benoni port-jeep to mambajao(45 mins-php23)-yumbing (special trip php 50-60 10-15 mins)or call frank pojas +639205405582 for specail trip or day tour

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  • jeep or motorela

    for a day tour at camiguin (katibawasan fall,ardent hot spring,sto.nino cold spring,ruin old church,sunken semetery ,station of the cross...you can hire a motorcyle or a motorela but for us we chose the small jeep ....php1000-1800...we get the day tour for php 1000

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  • Multicab

    The best mode of transportation in Camiguin is the multicab. You can easily hire one to take you around the province. It costs P1500 for an entire day, including gasoline. This is a cheap option if you are traveling in a group.I ran into an officemate in White Island and found out that they paid P1200 for the day, but there were only 2 of them.

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  • Motorela

    The Camiguin equivalent of a tricycle, cyclo, becak or tuktuk is the motorela. In Mambajao town, motorelas operate on either westbound or eastbound direction, the sign is clearly posted on the body of the moto. Westbound motos cannot go to the east side of town unless it's on a special trip (moto wont stop for other people), and vice versa. Minimum...

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  • Going around

    You can visit tourist spots in Camiguin all in one day. We hired a multicab for P1200. We were told that it should be only 600 but considering the current price increases in petrol, we agreed on P1200. Its well worth it anyway....oh yeah, remember when i said Camiguin is laid back...here's proof...just had to take a photo of this.....thought this...

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