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Guiob Church Ruins, Camiguin
(3.5/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
Guiob Church Ruins is located in Camiguin. Guiob Church Ruins is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Camiguin Edition.
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  • It is along the national road so it is worth a quick stop over. We saw 3 ruins. The first was the church. At the back is the bell tower and monastery (?). Have your tour guide tell you the history of ...  more »
  • Must visit place for everyone. Its magnific to see this big old church and beautiful surroundings. Every driver knows it so only ask and they stop here. 
  • You could not imagine how the church was built during that rime wirh no cement but just stones and rocks. The church ruins remains still for the visitors and tourists ro witness the manifestarions of ...  more »
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  • Astounding place! You can just imagine the history it holds. Must visit when in camiguin, even for a short while.
  • This is a solemn and beautiful site! Very romantic and not at all eerie. Entrance fee is free but you can make a donation for its maintenance. The remaining structure is amazing and awe-inspiring, very beautifully built.
  • An old church that was destroyed by the volcano eruption. The remaining structures combined with the luscious trees around makes the view more astounding! The remaining walls are made of corals and apog, as per guide, no metal is inserted the wall when it was constructed. The tour guide also takes amazing photos and very well guided at using mobile cam features such as panorama. Her shots are like pro and captures jumpshots very well! 😃 I forgot her name though. 😞
  • Ruins are quite fascinating to look at it's a gain when you learn history and culture about the region as the folk story was told before when the volcano erupted people stormed in the large floor area of this church to take refuge. Talk about great view of Mindanao Sea.
  • Old Ruins, it is what it is. It can be seen that it was a big church. Now ruins next to the ocean.