People tend to check in during these times:
No entrance fee. There are souvenir shops so you can pick up your souvenirs before you go.
I assure you that this is the most accessible snorkeling site in the province. Spot for the old cross, tombstones and nemo. Snokel gears are available at the tourism center across the road for 50php.
So lucky to catch sunset here
Look for the guy named jeffery he is the best tour guide with his aylabet, perfect moment, perfect drama! This is the best ever ever ever snokeling spot ever!!!!!🌋🌋🌋🌋
you should look kuya jeffrey when you decided to go diving.
Look for Kuya Romnick Sagada. Amazing guide, amazing boatman!
For lovers of the sun, it's a must see.. Just something picturesque about the cross and its war against the sun! Sunset or pre-sunset is a great time to shoot! 💙
At the right side of the cross is a dive site with sharp features due to lava flows and has various species thriving such as manta rays, clownfish, etc.
Take the "bangka" to the cross and let the locals take your photos! They know how to take creative & fun shots!
Perfect for picture taking
Awesome sunset from the viewing deck!
Found in Camiguin, there used to be a town underneath it. Now the remains of the Cross on top of the town's Church can only be seen. It feels creepy seeing it but the view is so awesome.
Kuya Jeffrey will rock your world with his insightful history 101 and impeccable knowledge in Picture Illusion.
look for the guide/boatman named Jeffrey. He rocks.
Try climbing the cross. It has broken steps though. But you'll be rewarded with a great view from above :)
20 pesos/person fir a boatride to the sunken cemetery cross