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Come home to paradise. come home to camiguin


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Come home to paradise. come home to camiguin


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Maupay na Pagdini!


We welcome you to our slice of paradise on Camiguin, one that we are happy to share with you.


Balai sa Baibai is a Bisayan phrase that literally means “house by the beach” it also plays on the Thai term “sabai-sabai” which means to relax and chill out. Put together Balai sa Baibai means your relaxing home by the sea, a place to rest, and recover from your busy lives. And this is exactly what we the owners, Cocoy and Elden, want you to do – sit back, relax, enjoy Camiguin and let the staff of Balai sa Baibai take care of you.

Be inspired by Camiguin and what it has to offer - watch the video below

(and play spot Balai sa Baibai, the owners and their friends).

 

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Maupay na Pagdini!


We welcome you to our slice of paradise on Camiguin, one that we are happy to share with you.


Balai sa Baibai is a Bisayan phrase that literally means “house by the beach” it also plays on the Thai term “sabai-sabai” which means to relax and chill out. Put together Balai sa Baibai means your relaxing home by the sea, a place to rest, and recover from your busy lives. And this is exactly what we the owners, Cocoy and Elden, want you to do – sit back, relax, enjoy Camiguin and let the staff of Balai sa Baibai take care of you.

Be inspired by Camiguin and what it has to offer - watch the video below

(and play spot Balai sa Baibai, the owners and their friends).

 

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Join us in Paradise


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Join us in Paradise


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The Owners


Cocoy Bajuyo, a Philippine native from nearby Cagayan de Oro, is an artist and photographer and has extensive marketing and communications experience in the travel/tourist industry in South East Asia.
 
His British Husband, Elden Chamberlain, has worked in international public health and HIV/AIDS for over 25 years -  work he still does. 

Both have traveled extensively around the globe and have lived and worked in the Philippines, Thailand, UK, USA, Australia and Malaysia.

In 2012 they relocated to Camiguin, a place where Cocoy has family connections and is a place they both love. They now want to share their slice of  paradise with others by offering bespoke, quality accommodation.

Cocoy & Elden aim to serve a diverse adult clientele from the Philippines and beyond who are looking for the opportunity to immerse themselves in the local culture and have time for indulgent relaxation. 

In their commitment to preserving the environment, the resort aims to generate over 50% of its power needs from solar energy and almost 75% of building materials were sourced from either Camiguin itself or within a 100km radius.

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The Owners


Cocoy Bajuyo, a Philippine native from nearby Cagayan de Oro, is an artist and photographer and has extensive marketing and communications experience in the travel/tourist industry in South East Asia.
 
His British Husband, Elden Chamberlain, has worked in international public health and HIV/AIDS for over 25 years -  work he still does. 

Both have traveled extensively around the globe and have lived and worked in the Philippines, Thailand, UK, USA, Australia and Malaysia.

In 2012 they relocated to Camiguin, a place where Cocoy has family connections and is a place they both love. They now want to share their slice of  paradise with others by offering bespoke, quality accommodation.

Cocoy & Elden aim to serve a diverse adult clientele from the Philippines and beyond who are looking for the opportunity to immerse themselves in the local culture and have time for indulgent relaxation. 

In their commitment to preserving the environment, the resort aims to generate over 50% of its power needs from solar energy and almost 75% of building materials were sourced from either Camiguin itself or within a 100km radius.