Last updated: Sep 19, 2019

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Overview | Flight | Ferry

 

How To Get From Cebu to Camiguin?

Planning a trip from Cebu to Camiguin? This gorgeous island features pristine beaches, hot/cold springs, and stunning waterfalls. Camiguin is one of the smallest islands in the Philippines, but it’s worth adding 2 or 3 days of exploring it to your itinerary.

For the Cebu to Camiguin route, you have two options. You can either take a 1-hour flight, or you can take the more adventurous route, an 11-hour trip which involves two ferries and a bus.

Transport modeDurationCostsAvailability
Flight40m - 1h 20m1,950 PHP - 2,950 PHP ($37-$57)Check Available Flights
Ferry11h1,400 PHP ($27)Check ferry tickets

 

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Flight

Cebu to Camiguin by Flight


Duration: 1 hour
Costs: 1,950 PHP – 2,950 PHP ($37 – $57)

Flying from Cebu to Camiguin is the fastest option. However, you may have to spend more, as flights aren’t always that cheap. Prices range from 1,950 PHP – 2,950 PHP ($37 – $57) for a regular one-way ticket.

Cebgo and Philippine Airlines (PAL) operate 1 daily flight from Cebu to Camiguin. CebGo flights depart at 11:25, while PAL flights depart at 10:30. Planes disembark from the Mactan-Cebu International Airport and arrive at Camiguin Airport. Flight time is 1 hour.

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Tip: Cebu Pacific, which operates Cebgo, has multiple “piso fare promotions” annually. Keep an eye out for these promotions so you can book a cheaper flight for this route!
 

Cebu to Camiguin by Ferry

Route: Cebu  Tagbilaran Jagna Camiguin


Duration: 8 hours
Costs: 1,100 PHP ($20.50)

Traveling via ferry from Cebu to Camiguin requires you to pass through Bohol. It can get a bit tricky, as the final leg to Camiguin only has 1 daily departure.  It’s a good idea to explore Tagbilaran and Panglao for a day and then venture on to Camiguin.

Step 1: Cebu to Tagbilaran by Ferry

Duration: 2 hours
Costs: 500 PHP ($9.50) + 50 PHP ($0.90)

Oceanjet, 2Go and Weesam Express are the three ferry companies you can book with when heading to Tagbilaran. They operate ‘fastcrafts’, so the journey takes about 2 hours. These trips are operated daily. You may have to pay additional charges such as port fees, but they’re minimal. See the ferry schedule below.

Ferry OperatorDisembarkation PortScheduleDurationCosts
OceanjetPier 107:00-09:00
10:40-12:40
15:20-17:20
2h500 PHP ($9.50)
2Go (Supercat)Pier 408:15-10:15
13:15-15:15
18:00-20:00
2h500 PHP ($9.50)
Weesam ExpressPier 409:00-11:00
14:00-16:00
18:30-20:30
2h500 PHP ($9.50)

Once you arrive in Tagbilaran, hop on a jeepney or tricycle and head to Dao Integrated Bus Terminal near the Island City Mall. This mall is about 4km away from the port and should take you about 10-15 minutes to reach. The fare is less than 50 PHP (€0,80).

You can book tickets through the ferry company’s website or through the button below.

You can also go from Cebu to Tubigon, Bohol by ferry. However, if you opt for this route, you’ll need to arrange for a car to take you to Jagna Port, which can be costly.

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Step 2: Tagbilaran to Jagna Port by Bus

Duration: 2 hours
Costs: 100 PHP ($1.90)

The signboards for buses heading to Jagna are easy to spot. Ceres Bus and Dory Transit operate most of the trips. The bus takes about 2 hours, and the fare is around 100 PHP ($1.90). Inform the driver that you want to be dropped off at Jagna Port, as these buses have onward destinations.

The first trip departs at 4:00, and the last trip departs at 21:00. The buses are usually not air-conditioned, but the route isn’t very polluted, and it has a beautiful coastal view.

Step 3: Jagna Port to Camiguin by Ferry

Duration: 4 hours
Costs: 430 PHP ($8.50)

Super Shuttle Ferry operates the ferry heading to Camiguin. However, there is only 1 departure every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and it leaves at 13:00. If you’re coming all the way from Cebu, it might be hard to make it in time for the ferry departure. Map out your trip accordingly so you don’t end up missing the ferry to Camiguin.

The journey takes about 4 hours, and you can expect to pay 430 PHP ($8.50) for the ferry. It departs from Jagna Port and docks at Balbagon Ferry Terminal.

 
 

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