(3rd weekend of October) - a two day grand festival of agri-cottage
industry product exhibits, barangay beautification, indigenous
sports, tableau of local culture, grand parade of the golden
fruit found prolific and extra sweet in the entire province.
The festival is Camiguin’s contribution to Mindanao
as cultural destination.
Camiguin celebrates year-round festivals
like Lanzones Festival held every third week of October when
sweet Camiguin lazones is proudly displayed. Highlights of
the festival include agri-trade fair and street dancing contest
that feature traditional dance, drum circles and colorful
Dawit- dawit ta Buahan,
Bonbon Church Ruins (3rd Week of October) a ceremony that
serve as a prelude to the lanzones festival perform by the
locales during sundown.
San Juan Hibok-hibok
(June 24) is annually held to honor St. John the Baptist.
Venues of the festival are usually Cabua-an and/or Agohay
Beaches. Watersports like boatraces, aqua palo sebo, fluvial
parade/procession and search for Miss Hibok-Hibokan are conducted.
Celebrated in the entire province, residents go to the nearest
Panaad (Holy Week)
- a pilgrim’s yearly trek around the island in observance
of the Lenten season. Thousands of visitors make this island
a Mecca as they converge at the Walkway to the Old Volcano
where the Stations of the Cross are situated for rituals or
just getting together.
Holy Week observance when tens of thousands
of Christians come to the island to walk around the 64 kilometer
circumferential highway as a form of sacrifice, either to
fulfill a vow or to do penance for the remission of sins.
The pilgrims congregate either at the Old
Vulcan or Mt. Ilihan to pray; Camiguin Christmas Festival
when choral competition, pastorales contest, parol sa barangay
and belen sa barangay are conducted during Yuletide Season;
and May Festival when notable fiesta celebrations of almost
all barangays in Camiguin are celebrated.