Transportation in Camiguin is limited to
multi-cabs and tricycles. A tricycle is a motorcycle with
an attached passenger cab with roof, while a multi-cab is
a small vehicle where back passengers seat across each other.
It seats about 7.
To maximize your trip, hire a multi-cab for
a day or 2 to take you round the sights in Camiguin. Also
available hired a multi-cab from the port for transfers to/from
hotel and to take us around. This already included the wait
at the shore while we frolick at the white sand bar, 2 kms
away from shore, and while we swam at the pool at the bottom
of the Katibawasan falls. All for P2000 something.
The Camiguin equivalent of a tricycle, cyclo,
becak or tuktuk is the motorela. In Mambajao town, motorelas
operate on either westbound or eastbound direction, the sign
is clearly posted on the body of the moto.
Westbound motos cannot go to the east side
of town unless it's on a special trip (moto wont stop for
other people), and vice versa. Minimum fare is 6 pesos. Make
sure you agree on the fare for a special trip before getting
in the moto.
For a day tour at camiguin (katibawasan fall,
ardent hot spring, sto.nino cold spring, ruin old church,
sunken semetery , station of the cross...you can hire a motorcyle
or a motorela but for other hired vehicle they chose the small
jeep ....php1000-1800 something.