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Getting here is easy!
Whether you arrive by plane at Mambajao Airport or boat in Benoni or Balbagon, simply head west on the national highway past Yumbing to the next community of Naasag. We are located right off the highway in Naasag approximately 1.4 Km past Yumbing. Look for our sign on the right...and zebra stripes on the gate!
We are pleased to announce that you can now fly directly to Camiguin Island. Cebu Pacific Air now offers daily flights from Cebu to Camiguin at very affordable prices. It's about a 25 minute flight and on a clear day offers an amazing view of the Island! It's really the best way to get here!
Call us at +63-88-387-9500 and we can arrange a pick up for you. Cost is P200 and you pay the driver directly.
By Sea To Camiguin Island!
Balingoan to Benoni Port:
Boats run daily/hourly from Balingoan (mainland Mindanao) to Benoni Port) First boat is usually 5 a.m. Last boat is usually 4:30 p.m.
Jagna to Balbagon:
Effective April 15, 2016
The Bohol - Camiguin boat runs DAILY!!!!
Departs Balbagon (Camiguin) at 8:00 a.m. and arrives Jagna (Bohol) 12 noon.
Departs Jagna 1p.m. and arrives Camiguin 4:30 p.m.
Benoni to Mambajao/Casa Roca Inn (Naasag):
It is approximately 30 minutes from the port at Benoni to Mambajao which is the jump off point to the north west shore of the island. (Where most of the resorts are!) On arrival in Benoni, take a “Van” or “Jeepney” P30/each to Mambajao. Once in Mambajao take a Tricycle to Naasag…tell the driver Casa Roca Inn, Baring Naasag…it takes about 15 minutes and costs P30 each.
**** CAUTION**** Please be careful when dealing with the Van/Multicab drivers…They will try and sell you a “special trip” for anywhere from P300 and higher!!!! This is not allowed and is not the right price! They will also try to take you to other “resorts” where they get a “Commission”! Also not allowed! Unfortunately this is a common problem throughout the Philippines.