Camiguin's The Beehive Is Probably The Sweetest Spot In The Island Born Of Fire
Ida Damo | Aug 07, 2017
Camiguin’s white and black sand beaches, active volcanoes, waterfalls, sunken cemetery, lanzones, pastel, and other popular attractions make you want to go to the island not just once. Through time, it has come up with new and exciting things to do like Camiguin Aviations’s sightseeing and aerobatics tour and a new pasalubong to take home to your family.
Now there is another place to go to in Camiguin along the seashore of Catarman. The Beehive or Camiguin Bee Farm is a place where one can see how honey is produced. You can dine on dishes that have honey as one of the ingredients, drink coffee sweetened with honey, and try other organic treats like the very refreshing dragon fruit shake.
As you enter the establishment, its interiors would charm you as it is made from driftwood collected from the shore. A bee box is placed at the entrance which is opened every 14 days so as not to disturb the bees that much.
Its counter has different types of coffee that they can brew for you. They also have different products like jams and cookies that is freshly baked.
There you order the fresh fish catch of the day to be grilled and they serve it on a sizzling plate with gravy, carrots and sayote and topped with cheese.
Or have a bowl of fresh vegetable salad with their dragon fruit shavings.
Order their fruit shakes. Highly recommended is the dragon fruit shake.
You can eat under the store’s canopy or out under the shade of the trees facing the sea. Wherever you take you eat your meal, it is going to be delicious.
Next time you are in Camiguin, checkout The Beehive in Catibac Seaside, Catarman, Camiguin.
Price Range per dish is from PhP100-300.
How to get there:
Cebu Pacific has direct flights to Camiguin from Manila.
By land from Cagayan de Oro City, take the bus to Balingoan port, ride the ferry to Benoni port in Camiguin.