Guiob Church Ruins

Guiob Church Ruins, Camiguin

Guiob Church Ruins
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dianne c
68 contributions
4 walls of the old church and monastery?
Feb 2020
It is basically a huge church with no ceiling and only the 4 walls, and the small house/monastery? with 4 walls and a division. The trees are huge though, so if you like nature, you may like this place. The view of the sea is calming too/
Written 8 March 2020
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trickcel
Bocaue, Philippines14 contributions
San Roque Church Ruins
Jan 2020 • Couples
We are so lucky because we met a volunteer at the entrance who explained to us the history and tragedy of the town. She also explains each locations and even volunteer to become our photohraper (she took a very nice IG photos). A must visit place
Written 4 January 2020
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Apple Caballes-Suntay
Manila, Philippines100 contributions
Loved this place
Nov 2019 • Couples
Old tall trees
Lansones sold outside
Quiet place
Overlooking the sea
10 php entrance fee
Scenic spot
Must visit
Written 13 November 2019
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Steven S
Pattaya, Thailand476 contributions
Old Church Ruins
Sep 2019
Fairly basic experience but it's free and you can take some nice photos. It's worth calling in for a short visit.
Written 7 November 2019
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Marielle D
216 contributions
Ruins turned into Magical Attraction
Mar 2019 • Family
After Sunken Cemetery, it was time to visit the "sunken" church which due to volcanic eruption was ruined and only some parts were visible.

No entrance fee required for this place. Also, there are locals who can take your photos artistically since some of them are studying photography.

This one is a good activity for photo-op. Get your cameras ready for some picture tricks.

P.S. The photos below were photographed by said locals. Well, the subject is nonetheless exceptional as well since it's my mother.
Written 8 May 2019
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filipin0traveller
Luzon, Philippines235 contributions
Interesting Guides
Mar 2019 • Friends
Its actually just church ruins. What makes it unique are the "interesting " guides. They are boys aged 8 to 16 volunteering to take your pictures. They are making panoramic pictures and are knowledgeable of the church's history. The boys did not charge anything but appreciated it when given some donation
Written 23 March 2019
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Kapkapim
El Salvador, Philippines27 contributions
Cool place
Feb 2019 • Couples
Nice people. Great photos. There’s a dude which will take amazing photos for you. Tip the guy. Bring a long and lay on the grass, atmosphere is very nice.
Written 19 February 2019
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Tommo
Melbourne, Australia44,274 contributions
Ruins after a volcanic eruption.
Dec 2018 • Couples
This old church was one of the structures that remained standing after a volcanic eruption. The church lost its roof, ,but the walls and columns still stand today.

We found the ruins interesting and we found many great photo opportunities.
Written 9 January 2019
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FaithTheXplorer
San Mateo, Philippines186 contributions
The Ruins
Oct 2018 • Friends
i hope the locals can protect and preserve this place.
There are kids who were good at photo shoot and will shot your best in the good/nice view. Trust them.
Written 7 January 2019
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Cruiser26405153286
9 contributions
A memento of Vulcan's dark and violent past
Oct 2018 • Friends
As we entered into the ruins, 2 teenagers courteously greeted us and fluently narrated to us the history of the of the old ruined church. If you face front, to your left is Vulcan (beside Vulcan is Mt. Hibok-Hibok) which authored the catastrophe of the old church. Outside the ruins, trees were lined up parallel to the tough columns alongside ruined walls.
Moving right side and passing through what seemed to be a door, is a ruined bell tower and moving further on is what seemed to be a ruined convent. Beside the convent, there stood a century old Camel Tree which we commonly called Doldol. Farther on from the tree is a cliff which offered a stunning view of the sea.
The area is peaceful and properly well kept.
Written 30 October 2018
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