Where is Bohol Sea?
Camiguin is an island province of the Philippines in the southern part of the country and is located in the Bohol Sea.
The island is located 10 kilometers north of Mindanao, the southernmost island of the Philippines. From the north coast of Camiguin you can see the Silhouette of the island of Bohol, 54 kilometers away, lying to the northwest.
Camiguin’s widest dimensions are 33 and 14 kilometers. The island is surrounded by a 64.2 km long Ring Road, which is continuously concreted with the exception of a 240 m long asphalt section. The construction of the road was supported by the Spanish government with 600 million Pesos (about 10 million euros in 2005).
The island has a population of about 88,500 Camigueños  in an area of 238.6 km2. The island’s name is derived from the indigenous word Kamagong, which refers to a tree belonging to the Ebony family. Almost 10% of Camiguin’s area is protected by nature and forms the 22.27 km2 protected area Timpoong and Hibok-hibok Natural Monument.
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