Friday, June 4, 2010
Camiguin Island is known for the blue clear water Island it is very small Island province of the Philippines located in Northern Coast of Mindanao Region. Camiguin Island has a very historical contribution of the Philippines. This Island is not only bless from the white sand, clear blue water and historical contribution but bless also by the nature surrounded of this Island where attract to all vacationer foreign and local. The Camiguin Island is composed of four young stratovolcanoes overlying older volcanic structures. One of these, Hibok-Hibok, last erupted in 1953 and is still considered active. The other major volcanic edifices are Mt. Vulcan (671 meters (2,201 ft), northwest of Hibok-Hibok), Mt. Mambajao (1,552 meters (5,092 ft), in central Camiguin), Mt. Ginsiliban (581 meters (1,906 ft), southernmost Camiguin), and Mt. Uhay (north of Mount Ginsiliban). There are also domes and cones at Campana Hill, Minokol Hill, Tres Marias Hill, Mt. Carling, Mt. Tibane, and Piyakong Hill. The historical contribution of this Island are : The time of Spanish Colonial Era, American Colonial Era, World War II the Japanese Imperial Army landed in Camiguin and set up a government in Mambajao, The Independence of the Philippines where Camiguin have a part of it. This all historical asset of Camiguin is the one reason also why a lot of foreign people wanting to visit here and check the area.