Hibok Hibok Festival is celebrated every 24th of June in the entire area of Camiguin. Exercises began as ahead of schedule as the 23rd and kept going up to the 25th. The celebration is held out of appreciation for St. John the Baptist. Amid this devour, bouleds, houses and foundations are shut and purge. Shorelines, then again, are loaded with individuals having some good times and getting a charge out of the day.
Occupants make it a point to bathe in the ocean. Being an old convention, it is viewed as a transgression or forbidden in the event that one doesn't invest energy outdoors and showering in the island's shores. Local people would state "Diri sa Camiguin, wala gyuy gutom". Being said that, one will see sightseers and local people alike going by the shorelines with hardly a penny are offered bubbled banana and sweet potato, local luxuries and other conventional nourishment.
A fluvial parade featured the festivity people sprinkled bright beautifications on their draw vessels as they circumvent the drift for the religious ritual.It's the main devour in the territory that everyone shares, local people anticipate during the current a seemingly endless amount of time, leaving relatively every shore involved with families getting a charge out of the water and nourishment they carry along to share with family and companions. One of the greatest pack is in Mambajao as the nearby government units and national line offices pool together in one zone to witness the diversions, water sports rivalry, scan for Mr. and Ms Hibok-hibokan, later topped with a shower party.