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South Asia - Camiguin

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Bahay Bakasyunan sa Camiguin

Balbagon, Mambajao
Camiguin, Philippines
Email: camiguinbbc[at]gmail.com
Phone: (088) 387-0131
Website: http://www.bahaybakasyunan.com/
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9.241547, 124.738123

Overview of Bahay Bakasyunan sa Camiguin

Bahay-Bakasyunan sa Camiguin is a tropical resort nestled in one of the Philippines' most captivating islands. Camiguin's natural heart is revealed in the unique setting of the resort, which highlights its quaintness and unparalleled beauty.

A place where you can go for quietude and privacy, enjoying the unique landscapes and breathtaking seascapes, soaking in the sand, sea and sun, Bahay-Bakasyunan is for those who want to revitalize their bodies and nurture their souls. This isolated island haven is perfect for getting away from it all.

Once may opt to flex their muscles in our world class gym facilities. The beauty of the tropics engulfs you as you take in the view of a secluded waterfall, look to the spectacular Mindanao Sea, or feel the soft pristine sands under your feet. Stay in your very own cabana, with all the modern amenities to keep you comfortable while in paradise. Enjoy a bottle of great wine and fresh seafood at our bar and grill. The resort also offers many fun activities to engage in, like diving and other watersports. The beauty of neighboring White Island and Mantigue Island are just a boat ride away. One is never far from spiritual bliss as one visits our cabana spa. Find your own personal oasis and be pampered by our gentle therapists. End the day with a relaxing massage as you enjoy the romantic seascape at dusk.

Discover Camiguin with us, find paradise in our natural oasis.

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Vera H. wrote about Boiling Lake:

"This is rated as a difficult/strenuous hike. It's about 7 hours round trip. There are a lot of steep steps going up & down. I consider myself to be mildly in shape. My quads were definitely burning going up the steps & my knees grumbled going down the steps. I was able to make the entire hike but I did have to stop a couple times to rest & catch my breath. It also rained during our hike which made the steps muddy & slippery. I slipped on the hike back & tweaked my wrists, so be careful! There was one person in our group that had to stop before they got to the Boiling Lake, their legs started cramping up. But we saw a bunch of younger kids just running up the steep steps and they didn't even look tired. Definitely take a guide with you on this one. Our guide showed us where to get the sulphur mud to put on our faces & arms like a mud-mask. He even boiled us some eggs in the hot pools! Also, take a couple changes of clothes (rain jacket, long sleeve shirt, bathing suit & a towel). It was VERY windy in some spots & after it rained on us, it didn't feel good to be cold & wet. But we did get to soak in the warm pools on the way down, it warmed us up & got us relaxed. Made it hard to continue on the hike, haha. I only recommend going if you are in decent shape & not afraid of heights.

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