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Flying

FLYING TO CAMIGUIN
The easiest way to come to Camiguin is by airplane. Cebu Pacific Airlines flies to Camiguin every day, leaving from Cebu city 6.35am. Cebu city is connected to Manila, and internationally to Hong Kong, Singapore, Dubai and L.A. to name a few (check also Philippine Airlines for international flights to Cebu).

FLYING TO CAGAYAN DE ORO
Another option is to fly to Cagayan de Oro, which has a bigger airport and more daily flights directly from Manila. From Cagayan de Oro you can take a bus to Balingoan (+/- 3hrs), and a ferry to Camiguin (1hr). Read more detailed instructions below.

If you choose this option, make sure you land to Cagayan de Oro lates around 11am to make it to the last ferry, leaving 4.30pm from Balingoan

Taking the ferry

FERRY FROM BOHOL
Currently there is a ferry connection with Jagna, Bohol during Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays only. The ferry leaves Camiguin 8am, and returns back leaving Jagna 1pm.

FERRY FROM MINDANAO
The ferries between Balingoan, Mindanao and Benoni, Camiguin run daily between 4.30am – 4.30pm. The trip takes about 1hr 15 minutes.

NIGHT FERRY FROM CEBU -> Cagayan de Oro
There is a night ferry from Cebu city to Cagayan de Oro. You can read more on schedules from TransAsia Shipping, 2GO, and Schedule.ph

 

NOTE: We do our best to keep you informed and up-to-date. But since the ferry connections are schedules are subject to change, Reconnect Discover cannot be help responsible for any outdated information. 

Coming from Cagayan de Oro

Whether you fly to Cagayan de Oro, or take the night ferry, your first step is to go to Agora bus terminal in Cagayan de Oro city. From here you can take an aircon bus to Balingoan port.

The busses leave every 30 minutes, and take approximately 2 hours. Cost is 120php / passanger, and you can buy the ticket on the bus, someone will come to collect the money.

The bus stops at the bus terminal in Balingoan, and you can just walk to the port in 5 minutes. Go back to the main road, and continue on the road (so not from where the bus came from), and follow the locals. Few hundred meters on your left hand side is a road down to the port (200m).

You’ll have to pay small fees for terminal fee 30php. The ferry ticket is 180php. If you are lucky, you can walk straight into the ferry. If not, you’ll have to wait at the terminal for max 1hr.