Mt. Hibok Hibok is one of the 7 volcanoes in Camiguin Island located off Mindanao’s northern shores.
Being the only active volcano in the island its slopes can pose a challenge for the mountain climber to reach its crater-lake. The major eruptions in the 19th century and 1951 can be attributed for the island’s dark sand in most of its beaches.
Standing at the island’s second highest peak at over 5000 feet high, one could see the nearby island-provinces of Cebu, Negros, and Bohol.
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