The island of Camiguin is one of the most beautiful islands in the Philippines. The advantage of Camiguin versus other local tourist destinations lies in the "completeness" of its natural environment and the high diversity of the ecosystem. The Provincial Government of Camiguin, together with the Local Government Units work hand in hand in the improvement the delivery of its services and the meticulous sustainable enhancement of the island's resources to attract more visitors as well as investors.
The Regional Development Plan recognizes Camiguin's role as the leading Tourism destination for Northern Mindanao. The Northern Mindanao Development Plan (1993-1998) envisions the region to the south linking resource-rich Mindanao to the rest of the country and the world.
Camiguinons prize their cultural heritage. This is reflected by the renewed interested in their traditional arts and crafts. Folk dances such as Spanish Dance, Pandanggo sa Ilaw, and Tinikling, all of which are showcased during annual events such as the Lanzones Festival, have become a major tourist attraction.
Camiguin is also famous for its craftworks. Blessed with a natural artistry and abundance of a variety of handicraft materials, the people have long been making baskets, pottery, metal works and other products.