Camiguin is an island province located off the northern coast of Mindanao and is the second smallest province in terms of both population and land area after Batanes.
It is home to many volcanoes, such as Mt. Hibok-Hibok, an active volcano that is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, and Mt. Vulcan, which caused a cemetery (now known as the Sunken Cemetery) to sink below sea level after it erupted in 1871.
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Camiguin is known to many as the home of the sweetest lanzones in the Philippines, made possible by its rich volcanic soils. To celebrate the bountiful harvest of the fruit, the province holds a vibrant festival annually in October.
The skin of the lanzones is a distinct yellow color with a slight brown undertone. This is contrasted by dark brown freckle-like spots on its skin and the pearl white hue of its flesh.
Camiguin color Collection
*Colors shown on this page are the closest representation possible. For color accuracy, please refer to the color chips availabe in DIY and hardware stores.