On Good Friday, pilgrims embark on a 64-kilometer walk along the circumference of the island of Camiguin, either as an act of penance or in fulfillment of a promise to God for an answered prayer.
Some pilgrims climb up the steps of Mt. Old Vulcan, along a trail lined up with life-size images of the Stations of the Cross. Called “Panaad” or Promise, this tradition began as a pilgrimage of a group of Camiguingnons in the 1970s.
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