Camiguin will always be associated with its volcanic activities and aftermaths. And one historical site that also adds up to Camiguin unique reputation is the Sunken Cemetery. A remnant of a volcanic eruption, the sunken cemetery is unlike any other burial grounds in the world. You need to ride a small banca to get to the huge cross, which was said to be a chapel before the plague that almost swept the island’s existence. If you have a braver heart, then swim to the surrounding waters and explore the tombs underwater that are now in unison with vibrant corals and fish species.